Crevier Classic Cars is offering a 1978 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow II.
This Car has been fully maintaince and everything has been serviced. It has a full report of all the service records.
Rolls-Royce contemplated the unibody Silver Shadow design as early as 1957 in an effort to modernize the company’s product line, but the existing factory-bodied Silver Cloud was more economical to build and was selling in large numbers, so the Shadow wasn’t launched until late 1965. The model, along with its Bentley T1 twin, was the first Rolls-Royce to employ a unibody design.
The Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow was a striking change from the Silver Cloud the preceded it. It was smaller, square, and unprepossessing. There would be only 35 two-door coupes by James Young, as well as 571 coupes and 505 convertibles by Mulliner-Park Ward. In all, 16,717 factory-built standard steel saloons were built through 1976, and 2,776 long-wheelbase models were manufactured.