Rolls Royce Silver Spur 1984 (Long wheel base)
This car has been meticulously cared for by Acme Car Service of Hayward, California. Acme Car Service is well known to Rolls Royce and Bentley owners as being among the finest service shops in the USA. Considerable restoration has been done such as replacing the A/C pump, replacing aging engine hoses replacing some aging solenoids and treating the seats' dark brown leather to restore their suppleness. We have receipts for the work done during our ownership.
Interior fabric upholstery is beige and in excellent condition. Wood trim is burl walnut. The body is in very good condition. The color is factory named Oyster with brown hard top The car is garaged.
A new blue tooth radio/audio/telephone system was installed utilizing the existing fine six speaker system.
Mileage is 78,655 and tires are in very good condition.
We have the Silver Spur hardcover owner’s manual as well as digital files of the Electrical Manual, Body Manual and access to the Rolls Royce Technical Library.
We are two older men with health issues and she needs a new owner who can use her more than we have.
We are happy to show the car by appointment. Serious buyers, please.
510 414 9121. Phil or David
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