1988 Rolls Royce Silver Spur on 2040-cars
Palm Beach, Florida, United States
90,024 miles, always garaged, near new condition. Paint, Wood, Carpets and Leather are all excellent. The LWB, or long wheel base model is a true pleasure to drive or be driven.
Up for your consideration is a beautiful example of a 1988 Rolls Royce Silver Spur. She has 90,024 ORIGINAL MILES! Check the Carfax reports. Wow,what a find! The lady of ecstasy emblem and grill are near pristine. The car runs very nice when started. Motor and transmission are very sturdy. The exhaust sounds good and it has plenty of power from the 6.7L original Rolls Royce engine. The body is very straight and solid. The windows and windshield wipers work. You're looking at a 26 year old classic car.
*This vehicle is being sold as-is without warranty. The winning bidder will deposit $500 within 48 hours via Paypal. Taxes are to be paid by buyer, No exceptions. Dealers welcome.*
Please ask any questions you may have prior to placing a bid or making an offer.
Shipping is preferred to be pick up only but if you are a serious buyer who wants the car shipped you will be responsible for all shipping costs and arrangements.
Please email me with any questions as I am very familiar with the car.
SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY - Thank you for looking and happy bidding!
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Auto blogThu, 20 Sep 2012
Rolls-Royce announced that it will be bringing some "art-deco inspired" cars to the 2012 Paris Motor Show, and while we really have no clue what that means just yet, we're sure the cars are going to be very expensive.
The images show what appears to be a stylized Rolls-Royce Phantom or Ghost in an artistic rendering that would look at home in South Beach. Like the cars, Rolls-Royce is going all out with the launch of these special cars with an invitation-only introduction including a champagne reception.
We only have to wait until next week to see what features and styling changes Rolls-Royce has in store for these new bespoke models, but for now, enjoy this trio of art deco goodness and check out the press release below.
There are few things quite as quintessentially British as Rolls-Royce and Paddington Bear. And now the two have come together in one glorious creation.
As part of a promotion for a new Paddington movie and to raise funds for the UK's National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC), London is decorating itself with a series of 50 sculptures reinterpreting the classic British children's character dotting the Paddington Trail across the city.
One of those installations has been created by Rolls-Royce, whose take on Paddington wears a brown leather duffel coat with a purple cravat and hat, a zebrawood suitcase and a pair of MK8 driving goggles that pay homage to the company's gentleman-racer history. He stands atop a chrome base modeled after Rolls' iconic Pantheon grille.
It's a tragic coincidence that on the same weekend the BMW M4 Coupe Concept was introduced in Monterey, one of the men most integral to BMW's M and Motorsports divisions, Karl-Heinz Kalbfell, was killed in England. Kalbfell, a vintage motorcycle enthusiast, was set to compete in the Lansdowne Classic Series at Brands Hatch and had an accident during a practice session. After going wide at Druids Corner and falling, he was hit by a competitor following close behind and died of his injuries after being transported to hospital.
Kalbfell, an engineer, began his career at BMW in 1977 in the communications department; a decade later he was chairman of BMW M GmbH, overseeing development of some of the cars responsible for the myth of M. In 1994 he was named chairman of BMW Motorsport, and his cap full of feathers includes getting the BMW V12 into the McLaren F1, getting the BMW V8 into two Morgan cars, along with developing BMW's Formula One engine and return to the sport. Not incidentally, he also assumed leadership of Project Rolls-Royce after BMW bought the British marque in 1998, which means he oversaw the Goodwood factory upfit and the creation of the Phantom.
He left Rolls-Royce for a brief stint at Fiat, heading Alfa Romeo and Maserati, then went into consulting for clients like Lotus and Paragon, who built the Artega GT. As Autocar notes, Kalbfell "had an abiding sense that customers needed to be attracted to cars by their aura and reputation, not just their engineering." He will be missed.