1980 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II (RHD)
- Finished in Willow Gold with Beige interior
- 49,200 miles from new
- £10,000 recommission in 06/2021
The Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow was produced in the United Kingdom in various forms from 1965 to 1980 which superseded the iconic Silver Cloud. It was the first Rolls-Royce to use unitary body and chassis construction, in response to concerns that the company was falling behind in automotive innovation.
To most people, a Rolls-Royce is the ultimate status symbol: you can aspire to nothing higher. Until you drive or even ride in one, it is difficult to appreciate how much lies behind the name. There are quieter cars, there are quicker cars but none cossets its occupants in quite the same manner, none insulates them from the outside world quite so effectively, to the point where rush-hour traffic jams, inclement weather and the other irritations of day-to-day living no longer seem to matter. On top of all this is the immeasurable pleasure offered by sheer unadulterated luxury of the sort that stems only from the use of the very best materials by the very best craftsmen. That is what the Silver Shadow is about.’ – “Motor magazine”
DD Classics is pleased offer this beautiful example finished in Willow Gold with Beige interior. An extra touch of extravagance can be found adorning the grille; the stunning gold-plated Spirit of Ecstasy enhances the cars beautiful appearance.
This example was sold new by Jack Barclay on 22nd April 1980 and has been serviced with them since. Also accompanying the car is the original book pack. Our Silver Shadow II has recently completed an extensive £10,000 recommission in June 2021 (invoices on file). This car is a real pleasure to drive or be driven in, wafting along in unruffled silence with a softly undulating suspension it is a truly desirable opportunity for a discerning collector/driver.
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