Rolls-Royce Silver Spur was in fact the final version of the beautiful history of British limousines and in the late 1980s it was, like the cars of this brand today, one of the most luxurious cars in the world. The copy offered by Classic Motors left the factory in 1987 and went to the American market. From there it was brought back in 2005. He changed ownership in 2010. The car found its way to a luxury car collector. For 10 years it has been regularly serviced and used only on warm days. The car looks great. It has no traces of any body and bodywork repairs and does not currently require any renovation work. The interior is covered with patina characteristic of British limousines.
Details of the technical condition are presented in the points below:
The car has no signs of bodywork repairs. There are currently no signs of corrosion and does not require work in this area.
The varnish, despite the passage of over 30 years, looks very good and does not require any repair or cosmetic work.
Engine and transmission:
The engine works well, starts without any problems. The gearbox works extremely lightly. We did not observe leaks.
Suspension and brakes:
The suspension works extremely soft, as befits Rolls-Royce. The brakes also show no wear at present.
The interior is complete and kept in good condition. The leather of the armchairs is covered with characteristic cracks, which only adds character to the car. The haberdashery is complete and in good condition.
Silver Spur looks very good. The car can be an extremely interesting investment, it will certainly give its future owner a lot of joy.