Seller's Description: 1964 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud III Left Hand
Drive Air Conditioned Limousine said to have been owned by Kenny
Rogers. This is an excellent rust free Californian that was first
sold in Texas therefore has a superb body and underside with just
44,367 miles on this rare beauty. The Paint and chrome are
excellent so is the Garnet Leather interior. It was owned
previously from the 1970's by a gentlemen from Newport Beach who
had it converted from its original Rolls Royce powered by a GM
Drive Line Power Disc Brakes, Powered buy a Big Block Chevrolet
with a turbo 400 4 speed auto gearbox. The brakes were also
upgraded to a vacuum booster operated system with front discs with
original drum in rear very reliable and dependable. In addition
this car was hired out on occasion to contacts of his in Hollywood
for film use. The car was maintained previously by Stanley
Garthwaite of 9017 Santa Monica Boulevard Beverley Hills. It is
equipped with air conditioning , electric windows ,tinted windows
sunroof and has the original beautiful rear wooden desk. The
mileage showing is 44, 367 although it is not known if that is
genuine. Recent work been carried out on brakes with the fitting of
a New master cylinder, booster, and rear brake cylinders so that
the car runs and drives well.
1964 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud
Location:Stratford, New Jersey
Exterior Color:Wedding White
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