All interior feature and functions are fully operational including all electrics – seats, windows, gauges, clock etc. The A/C blows icy cold and heater working well. Everything is also clean and crisp. It has its original push-button radio and factory installed 8-track cassette – not many left these days.  The chrome and bright work is in good shape without any pitting and the rubber around the car is good.  Mechanically, the car is in superior condition and the presentation under the bonnet and under carriage clearly shows that. It has not been “done-up” for sale but maintained in original condition. The car has been fully work-shop inspected. All hydraulics and brakes have been thoroughly gone through. This includes accumulators, all new 6 calipers, brand new rotors, hoses, etc with the whole system inspected and tested and working well. This is some $10,000 in work alone. Exhaust is good. The car is fitted with a set of Michelin XH whitewall tires. As much as these present well with plenty of tread and are great for “showing” the car because of their period correctness, I would recommend replacement if highway and/or long range touring is contemplated. For local pottering around, they are fine. The car comes with the correct jack, tools and operating manual.  This is a 10 out of 10 driver example that needs nothing else doing. It makes for a gorgeous “weekender” that you could take to your next RR meet with pride and joy.

Location: Barrington, Illinois, United States

See listing for this 1973 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow sedan from August 8, 2016