2000 Rolls-royce Silver Seraph Highly Optioned on 2040-cars
Portal, Georgia, United States
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What you are looking at here today is something quite special. A Rolls Royce that has NOT been owned by some "under
funded" poser, but by a wealthy, British businessman that has owned multiple Rolls Royces over his 70+ years.
We have a large handicapped van manufacturing factory in the Atlanta area and as sometimes sadly happens, one of
our good customers passes away. This customer was also a personal friend who shared the British car "addiction"
with me. This 2000 Rolls Royce Silver Seraph was, in fact his "baby". He also had a very nice Corniche convertible
that he sold just before his death but he hung onto "Eleanor" to the end. This particular car has never had any
accidents...Has never seen salt or snow...Has never had any paintwork...Has never been smoked in...Has always had
the correct synthetic oil used in it and changed as it should be. What I am telling you is that this car has had
the kind of previous ownership you would want for a "keeper" Rolls Royce. In fact, just before his death he had new
hydraulic rear suspension spheres installed on the car so it has that magic carpet ride it had from new. This car
drives, runs, stops flawlessly as it should plus it has ice cold A/C that I have experienced, in traffic on several
95+ degree Atlanta days with no over heating and NO garage floor leaks.
The Silver Seraph, as you probably know, was the last Rolls built in the Crewe factory in England where they still
build Bentleys. The fit and finish, leather and woodwork is nothing short of exquisite. I can see no blemishes on
this car either on exterior or the interior. It has the optional rear reclining seats as well as the pop out rear
bar (just under the wooden rear writing tables). These BMW V12 powered Rolls are sooo.. smooth and cruise so nicely
on the highway that it is more pleasant to drive than the V8 Rolls and Bentleys.( I say that reluctantly because I
own a Bentley Brooklands coupe with the V8). Actually, if I didn't have the Bentley already and am upside down in
it, I would certainly keep this silver Seraph for myself. Anyway....This is a really Nice car and it is very fairly
priced to sell.
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Auto blogFri, 10 Oct 2014
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And, thanks in no small part to the unprecedented success of the Series I Rolls-Royce Ghost that launched in 2010, the Brit brand seems well positioned to strike that perfect balance between exclusivity and record profits. In 2003 (the year in which the first BMW-backed Rolls rolled off the line in West Sussex), the company managed to sell around 500 cars. This year, with the first run of already-back-ordered Ghost Series II models still weeks away from delivery, the marque will top 4,000 units for the first time in its history.
Considering that each one of those "units" - a somewhat unsatisfying term for motor car this special - will gross Rolls-Royce $300,000 if we're being very conservative, you'll quickly see that creating a very desirable product for one of the best brands in the world negates the need to chase volume. The rich and free-spending are chasing this Ghost, instead.
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It developed an electric version of the Phantom a couple of years ago called the 102EX and showed it to customers around the world. But people weren't interested, so Rolls-Royce killed the program. Not to be deterred, however, Rolls is now said to be working on a plug-in hybrid that would countermand some of the shortcomings - like range and recharging times - that killed the 102EX.
The technology would apparently be borrowed from parent company BMW which is developing it for the X5 eDrive and allow Rolls-Royce to reduce its carbon footprint and offer a more environmentally friendly mode of transportation to those who don't want to skimp on the luxury and prestige.
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Set to be unveiled at the Salute to Style show in July at The Hurlingham Club in London, the Aeroboat is a motor yacht that seems to blend retro and furutistic lines in equal measure that would make Jules Verne proud without going Steampunk. Inspired by the Spitfire fighter plane, the Aeroboat packs aircraft-inspired switchgear and shock-mounted seats into a long, sleek form. But what really has our interests piqued is what lies beneath the stylish decks.
Each of the dozen Aeroboats to be built will pack a reconditioned, marinized, fuel-injected Rolls-Royce Merlin V12 engine - the same 27-liter powerplant that propelled the Spitfire. With 1,100 horsepower on tap, it's expected to propel the Aeroboat up to a top speed between 75 and 95 knots, or 86-109 miles per hour by landlubber standards, which is pretty damn fast on the open water.