This a 1974 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow sedan. The Silver Shadow was in production from 1965-1980 and is the most successful of all post-war Rolls Royce cars, with 2,000 hand built each year at the Crewe factory. The body style continued until 1996 as the Corniche convertible.
The Silver Shadow was powered by the venerable Rolls Royce 6.75 Liter V-8 in service from 1959 until 2000. But unlike its predecessors, was constructed on a unibody frame with four wheel disc brakes. This car is all original (paint, interior, powertrain) and has only 62,000 miles under two owners over the last 45 years.
The car’s extraordinary cosmetic and mechanical condition is a testament to the loving care and maintenance it received from its owners. It is a 10 out of 10 unrestored driver. One need look no further than the engine bay to confirm that it has been well cared for and could easily pass for a much lower mileage example of the marque.