The Rolls-Royce Photo Archive

1930 Rolls-Royce Phantom II A very unusual and well-travelled Phantom II. If it doesn't look like a 1930 car, thats because its not really: It was delivered new to Juan Manuel Acevedo of Argentina at the beginning of 1930. In the 1940's the most popular Argentinean actor of that period, Luis Sandrini, owned this car and wanted it to be re-bodied, combining a typical north American style with the classical elegance of this car. This result of the Argentinean coach builder Coronal’s work is this unique and spectacular Phantom II. After a period in Buenos Aires, the car later arrived in Europe, initially in the United Kingdom and finally in Italy in the 1990's. The bodywork, chassis and interior are stated to be in extremely good condition. I only wish I'd found some photos of the interior! I did get a partial of the right side, a side and a left rear-corner view. Definitely an unusual car. The rear window looks like a period Cadillac rear-window.

1935 Rolls-Royce Phantom II This Phantom II is called a Thrupp & Maberly Tourer. It features the most unique coachwork ever done by Thrupp & Maberly, noted for their intricate designs throughout the world. This automobile was a class winner at Pebble Beach in 1982 and has been in a private collection ever since. This is the first time this car is being offered for sale in over 20 years. The seller didn't list how much they wanted. I have interior photos: Front seat and Rear seat.

1937 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Sedanca De Ville Coachwork by Inskip.

1937 Rolls-Royce 25-30 A Hooper limousine de ville, chassis #GLP31. Special thanks to André Blaize for the information! :)

1938 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Cabriolet

1939 Rolls-Royce Wraith Limousine

1947 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith Hearse An unusual Rolls to be sure. It was built by Alpe & Saunders, using Silver Cloud components, the chassis number is #WZB64. Special thanks to André Blaize for the information! :)

1948 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith Coachwork by Park Ward. This car appeared on Ebay on August 30th, 2002. By the following day it already had 24 bids and was up to $10,201. Several days later I check on it and it had 31 bids and was up to $12,620. Here is some of what the seller had to say about the car:

"The body and fenders are made of aluminum. The body is straight, solid, and in very good condition. The large, chrome radiator shell and louvers are in very good condition. The large, original headlights are chrome and accompanied by a center-mounted driving light and two headlights mounted on a light bar. The driver’s side fender-mounted mirror is missing. Parking lights are located on the front and rear fenders. Brake lights are mounted in the rear body panel with the license plate. The front and rear bumpers are chrome and in very good condition.

"The front split seats have their original gray upholstery. The rear bench seat is upholstered in leather and showing some wear. The gray carpeting is in good condition. The rear compartment has jump seats and storage compartments built into the back of the front seats. The leather door panels with storage pockets are in good condition. The wooden dashboard has a complete gauge package, including clock, water temperature, oil pressure, ampere and fuel gauges. The dashboard and wood garnish throughout the interior are in very good condition. The original and solid trunk with black carpeting is in good condition. The car has new Firestone 7.00.16 blackwall tires, black-painted aluminum wheel covers, and aluminum center caps."

Here are two interior photos of the car: Front seat and rear seat. The leather is worn but still intact as you can see. The seats, rear and front, have fabric cushions strapped to them. Here is a side shot of the car. The way the doors open is unusual by today's standards, but not so much in the 1940's. The car is right-hand drive and has an in-line 6-cylinder engine with a manual tramsmission.

1948 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith Touring Limousine I think this appeared on Ebay, but I can't remember for sure. This is what they had to say about it: Coachwork by Hooper Tavier [as it turns out they meant Teviot, which was a style that Hooper did, and there were also Teviot II and Teviot III versions as time went on] originally built for the family of Wilkenson Sword in Sheffield England. Aluminum bodied, options include sunroof, power privacy devider, personal bar with leaded crystal decanter and matching glasses pull out tables and bell telephone intercom system between driver and rear compartment. Rear interior is tan with beautiful burel wood. Comes with original mouton in perfect condition. Front compartment is burgundy leather and includes chauffer seat covers. Dash is complete including tool tray and most of the tools. Body is complete and is painted black with burgundy insert. Original license plates front and rear. New whitewall tires and brakes. Original P-100 with new OEM lamps and 2 spare lamps. Center driving light. Electrical system in in good order. Front and rear heaters both work. 4 speed transmission. Engine is complete and original with matched build serial number. Engine starts and runs first time, everytime. No. six cylinder needs valve guide replaced at somepoint and sale includes OEM decarb kit for repair. It also comes with original owners manual, RR factory build history from ordering through delivery and noted service history. A complete set of repair manuals. This car has a division window, but no folding auxilary seats, so it is a Touring Limousine.

This appeared on Ebay on December 31st, 2002. When I saw it on January first, it had 17 bids and was up to $22,600, with six days left. This is similar to the above Silver Wraith, but is about a foot and a half or so longer. It has a division window between the front and back seat, but no auxilary seats for extra passengers (there probably wouldn't be enough leg room in back for the seats anyway). Various photos: The rear of the car and the rear seat and the front seat.

1950 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith Coachwork by Park Ward. It is actually a standard wheelbase with Park Ward Touring Saloon coachwork...something of an oddity.

1950 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith...and a Side photo Coachwork is by James Young.

1951 Rolls-Royce Silver Dawn

1951 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith Coachwork by James Young.

1952 Rolls-Royce Phantom IV H.J. Mulliner Cabriolet built for Generalissimo Franco.

1952 Rolls-Royce Silver Dawn

1952 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith Limousine, Coachwork by H.J. Mulliner. This car appeared on Ebay in October of 2003, the seller wanted an opening bid of $50,000. Also, an interior photo, and another from the back seat facing forward.

1952 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith Long Wheelbase Sedan Coachwork by Park Ward. Saw it on Ebay. The seller wanted $20,000 for the opening bid. The car is one of only six long wheelbase Silver Wraith sedans Park Ward made that year. The car also had an AM/FM cassette and CD player stereo, two air conditioners (one in the front and one in the rear inside the trunk). The seller said a full frame restoration was done in March of 1997. The car does not have a division window, so it is technically not a limousine, rather a long wheelbase sedan (extra leg room for rear passengers).

1953 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith Limousine by H.J. Mulliner. The website that offered this for sale wanted £22,500 (about $37,575). The main difference between the Limousine and Touring Limousine was the Touring Limousine didn't have the folding occasional seats. Here's an interior view of the front and back seats, plus another photo of the back seat.

1953 Rolls-Royce Silver Dawn

1954 Rolls-Royce Silver Dawn

1954 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith Limousineand it's interior This car by Hooper is not just a Limousine, but a Landaulette, in that the roof over the back seat opens up.

1955 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith Touring Limousine With a division window, but no folding occasional seats. Beautiful two-tone gray... one of the best examples of this car I've ever seen. Coachwork by H.J. Mulliner.

1955 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith Touring Limousine With division window, but no folding occasional seats. Coachwork by Hooper.

1956 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud

1956 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith Limousine Coachwork by H.J. Mulliner.
Another exterior photo,
plus two interior photos:
Interior 1
Interior 2

1958 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud When I saw this on Ebay it had 10 bids and was up to $16,355. Interior photo 1 and interior photo 2.

1959 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud Estate Car A rare and interesting Silver Cloud station wagon by H.J. Mulliner. :) The advertisement for the car said "Fully restored by Rolls-Royce. Sand over Claret paint with Beige Connolly leather. Specially designed interior by Radford, including liquor cabinets and split fold down seats front and rear. Fearured in "Dalton's Rolls-Royce, the Elegance Continues," page 159 and "The Classic Elegance," page 240. Equipped with the late high compression engine, LHD steering, automatic transmission, power windows, and air conditioning. There documented owners, excellent history, and near concourse condition." Thanks to Frank Wollenberg for the photo and information! :)

1959 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud Coupe Deville An extremely rare coupe version of the Silver Cloud, this example appeared for sale in the January, 1997 issue of duPont Registry magazine. "Only two Coue Devilles were produced by James Young Ltd. on Silver Cloud I chassis. Both are fitted with left-hand drive and feature the uniquely designed sliding hide-a-way roof. This particular specimen was the prized possession of the late Dr. Erle Heath. This car was part of his vast Rolls-Royce collection. Finished in Burgundy with caneworked side panels." The headlights were also enlarged, giving the car a slightly older look. Thanks to Frank Wollenburg for the photo and information! :) In October of 2003, the car came up for sale again, this time at Vantage Motorworks of Florida, for an undisclosed price.

1960 Roll-Royce Silver Cloud II Convertible A rare and gorgeous example. In the background is a Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III Convertible, coachbuilder and year unknown, possibly H.J. Mulliner.

1961 Rolls-Royce Phantom V This car resides in the Liberace Museum in Las Vegas, and was only one of seven 1961 Phantom V's built by the coachbuilder James Young, it is the only one made with left-hand drive, making it even more rare. The entire car is covered with small faceted Austrian crystals. It is one of Liberace's most famous cars. He also had a Rolls-Royce convertible painted with an American flag design.

1962 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II LWBSpecial thanks to John Shostrom for pointing out that this car is an example of the long wheelbase version of the Cloud II! Due to the angle the photo was taken at, I was unable to see this. The car is actually about a foot longer than the regular Cloud II's.

1962 Rolls-Royce Phantom V Came up for sale on Ebay in April, 2002, starting at $87,500. I originally said I wasn't sure on the coachbuilder, but I received an email saying it is a Park Ward car.

1963 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III

1963 Rolls-Royce Phantom V Coachwork by James Young.

1964 Rolls-Royce Phantom V

1964 Rolls-Royce Phantom V Coachwork by H.J. Mulliner Park Ward. This car appeared on Ebay on July 25th, 2002, and recieved one bid at $90,000. This car is #11 of only 51 Phantom V's built in 1964. The car's small opera windows in the rear quarter panels are unusual, as I was told in an email. Here is a photo of the rear end, a photo of the interior, and another of the interior with both seats folded down.

1964 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III

1965 Rolls-Royce Phantom V once owned by John Lennon, sold at aution in the late-1980s for $2.3 million. Coachwork by Mulliner-Park Ward. One of the most famous Rolls-Royces in the world.

1965 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III When I saw this on Ebay, it had one bid and was at $18,000, with 4½ days left in the auction. The car had 61,821 miles, and right-hand drive.

1965 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III "Chinese Eye" Convertible This car was originally owned by Debbie Reynolds and then Lucille Ball, and is 1 of only 49 left-hand-drive RR Silver Cloud III convertibles H.J. Mulliner Park Ward built.

1964 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III "Chinese Eye" Coupe When I saw this on Ebay it had 12 bids and was up to $15,099, reserve not met yet. They had the Buy It Now option set for $57,500. Here's a rear ¼ shot of the car. Coachwork by Mulliner Park Ward.

1965 Rolls-Royce Flying Spur One of only 19 Mulliner Park Ward Flying Spur cars built. The car is essentially a less-formal version of the Silver Cloud III, with better visibility for the driver, I would imagine.

1966 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow Coupe This has coachwork by Mulliner Park Ward. The James Young versions were rather slab-sided and looked like the standard 4-door saloons, minus the rear doors, as I was told in an email. Not many Silver Shadow coupes in general were made.

1966 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III Convertible Coachwork by Mulliner Park Ward.

1967 Rolls-Royce Phantom V

1967 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow Coupe A rare aluminum body coupe from H.J. Mulliner Park Ward. When I saw this on Ebay, it had four days left and was up to $18,750 with 30 bids.

1969 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI and it's interior. Coachwork by H.J. Mulliner.

Rolls-Royce Phantom VII In 1969 there were ideas for a Rolls-Royce Phantom VII, but the project was dropped in 1970. The car was based on a Silver Shadow. No prototypes were built, but Rolls-Royce made a mock-up in their design studio of the interior, and it was based on Silver Shadow (extended) subframes

1970 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow

1973 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI Frua Drophead Coupe... There exists but one Drop Head Coupe on the basis of a Rolls-Royce Phantom VI. The unique body has been sculpted by the Italian designer Pietro Frua and was built by his coachbuilding company in Borgo St. Pietro - Moncalieri situated in Northern Italy. This creation on a chassis of the top model from Rolls-Royce's hierarchy had been ordered in 1971 by H.E. Consul Simon van Kempen who resided in Switzerland. In 2001 this car came up for sale in Switzerland at $750,000.
Side View and another front shot.
Another article, one from Du Pont Registry sent to me by Frank Wollenburg, reads "One of a kind. The world's only factory approved Phantom VI convertible, the epitome of luxury motoring. Bodied by the famous Italian coachbuilder Pietro Frua for the Consul of Monaco, this Phantom VI is the original Rolls-Royce show car exhibited at the 1973 Frankfurt Motor Show in Europe. This world famous 1-owner car appears in many books about Rolls-Royce history and is well known within the RREC in Europe. Meticulously maintained by chauffeur it is accompanied by a full service history, articles, books etc. This is 23-foot collector's dream makes any other Rolls-Royce look like a toy! A very special car for a special person and absolutely the most spectacular way to drive. $445,000." In 1980, the car was painted red, and then back again to its original green color in 1997. 1973 Phantom VI Frua with red paintjob

1973 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI Landaulet Limousine

1973 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI Limousine and a photo of the rear, as well as a photo of its interior. Note the TV cabinet in the middle and the holes for wine glasses under it. Coachwork by Mulliner Park Ward.

1973 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow Hearse Coachwork by Duffy.

1973 Rolls-Royce Corniche

1974 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow

1975 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow

1976 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow

1976 Rolls-Royce CornicheYou also know about several RR-models, which have all chrome-parts (in- & outside) in 24 ct-gold-plated. Today I send You a 1976 Rolls-Royce Corniche. A Norwegian architect bought the car in 1989 and paid $75,000 for it, and then $125,000 for the gold work. The finished car, like the photos it shows from 1991 in Mallorca, Spain was sold for $200,000.
The interior
Instrument cluster
Front of the car Big file - 134 KB
Special thanks to Frank Wollenberg for the information and photos! :)

1977 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI Frua Cabriolet animated icon and a still photo, plus it's interior1977 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI Frua Cabriolet Sedan, chassis# PRX4643. This is one-off design by Frua. This imposing left hand drive car with an overall length of 21'6" was the last Rolls-Royce Phantom VI motor car to be completed. Rolls-Royce had discontinued Phantom VI production in 1991, and this car was finished in 1992. It is currently owned by the Imperial Palace Auto Collection in Las Vegas. Rear view

1977 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II

1977 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI Landaulet This Phantom VI is owned by Queen Elizabeth II. The car has a high ceiling to make it easier to enter and exit, particularly while wearing tall hats.

1977 Rolls-Royce Corniche Roadster A photo Frank Wollenberg sent me of this 1997 advertisement for a very unusual Rolls-Royce... "This custom-built two-seater was commissioned by the late Dr. Erle Heath of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Dr. Heath was an avid Rolls-Royce collector and veteran Rolls-Royce Owners Club member nearly his entire life. Dr. Heath in collaboration with the designers at Niko Michael, created the concept of a modern day two-seater roadster. The car began life as a brand-new 1977 Rolls-Royce Corniche, and with just 125 miles on the odometer, the transformation began. After endless hours of brainstorming and three years of painstaking work, this masterpiece was unveiled. This very special automobile immediately gained the respect of Rolls-Royce enthusiasts around the world. Driven mainly to shows and exhibitions, it has only 25,000 miles on the odometer since new. Now this one of a kind roadster is being offered at a fraction of the original cost."

1979 Rolls-Royce Camargue

1979 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II This car sports a red RR badge, which would mean it was one of the 75th Anniversary models. It would have been repainted though, as these specials were all Georgian Silver with Grey hide piped Red and Red carpet and rugs, so I am told.

1979 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II Limousine This factory built limousine was ordered by the religious cult leader Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh at the a rumored cost of $1.6 million. Rajneesh, the self-proclaimed "Guru to the Rich" had a collection of ninety-two Rolls-Royces. His reclusiveness contradicted his selection in paint schemes for this fleet cars, but his desire for personal protection was incorporated in some of the cars, and this Silver Wraith II is probably the most extreme example. It is bomb and bullet-proof, is fitted with dual electrical systems; external speaker system; sealed windows; multiple alarm systems; oil and tear gas dispensers and gun ports. Sounds like a car straight out of a James Bond movie! Rahneesh died in the late-1980's after being deported, but many of the Rolls-Royces he owned are still used on his compound in India.

1980 Rolls-Royce Camargue This appeared on Ebay in October of 2003. When I saw it, it had 7 bids and was up to $30,000. The opening bid had been $1000.

1980 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI This appeared on Ebay in June of 2006. It reached $590,100 with two bids, and the Buy It Now price was $615,000. Here's what the seller said about the car: Rarest of the rare. This is believed to be the only last series, seventeen digit serial number, PVI-40 in this hemisphere. It is also rare because it is left hand drive. And also because it is a time warp, with only about 5000 miles from new. The chassis was begun in 1980 and not delivered until 1983 in Switzerland, from which I imported it to the United States. In the final years of the Phantom VI, Rolls-Royce incorporated contemporary to the time advances on an earlier body style. Only made by hand and strictly to order usually to governments or heads of state, the Phantom VI-40 represented the very last word on stately elegance and the finest work of the coachbuilding firm of Mulliner Park Ward. In the final years of production only a few to none at all were made per year and they were fiercely expensive. Today to build such a car would cost millions of dollars. Fitted with every extra available, this car is finished in black exterior with beige leather front and special order Savoy Beige Velvet to the rear with special back and beige Savoy Velvet curtains to the side windows. Stainless arch covers and along the bottom of the sides of the car. Television, stereo, special storage compartment, double folding picnic tables, crystal, front facing jump seats and velvet head cushions are a few of the options. You could search the world and not find another one of these PVI-40s available, much less a virtually brand new example. The condition is concours virtually as new. This offering represents a "last chance" to acquire a virtually "brand new" Phantom VI-40. The page listed the milage as being 5000. The car was being offered on Ebay by Sports Car Co. of La Jolla, California. More photos: Side view, back seat, rear view, rear area, looking forward.

1980 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II

1982 Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit

1984 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur

1984 Rolls-Royce Camargue

1984 Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit

1987 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur Limousine Billed as being the only one of its kind. Features include a wet bar, a divider window, TV, VCR, stereo, telephone, and just 7900 miles (when the photo was taken.) The owner wanted $175,000 for it. Rolls-Royce limousines like this one are uncommon. The style reminds me of the old John F. Kennedy X-100 Lincoln Continental Limousine. Special thanks to Frank Wollenberg for the information and photo! :)

1987 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur Stretch-Limo A stretched limousine for sale by Pennsylvania Motor Sport, advertised as having only 10,000 miles since new. The car started life as a regular Silver Spur sedan. The seller wants $105,000. The rear compartment has two bench seats facing each other, seating a total of six people. The entire car seats eight, including the driver. It has all the standard limousine features - A TV, VCR, bar, and stereo with a radio and cassette/CD player. Coachwork by Jankel. Special thanks to Frank Wollenberg for the information and photos! :)

1988 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur I saw this Silver Spur on Ebay when it was up to 21 bids with 1½ days left to go in the auction. It was up to $27,300.

1989 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur

1990 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur II Limousine Coachwork by Hooper. Similar to the 1992 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur II Limousine listed below. Special thanks to Frank Wollenberg for the photo! :)

1991 Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit Hooper State Landaulette...a very rare limousine, and it's interior. Note the early personal computer.

1992 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur II Touring Limousine What an amazing car! Coachwork by Mulliner Park Ward. Sort of a re-visit of the Phantom V and VI limousines. I managed to find this information about it, so I'll reprint it. Each Touring Limousine starts life as a Silver Spur II body shell minus the rear doors and roof panel. The wheelbase is extended, with all of this extra 24 inch in the rear compartment. The roof panel is raised by just over 2 inches to provide easier entry to and exit from the limousine. The longer rear doors are well ahead of the rear seats so an additional side window is provided (sometimes called an "opera window" in the US) in front of the rear quarter panels which, together with a smaller back window, provide greater privacy.

In the Touring Limousine the whole emphasis is on luxurious comfort in the rear compartment. The full width electrically-operated glass division separates owner and chauffeur who communicate via an intercom. A hide trimmed division blind can be raised at the touch of a switch to provide even greater seclusion. Concealed from view within the base of the division are two heating and air conditioning units which operate quite separately from the Silver Spur II's bi-level automatic system in the front.

The additional space in the rear compartment has enabled a television receiver with 10 inch screen to be fitted in a central walnut-veneered cabinet, which also incorporates a VCR and a radio/cassette unit. The veneered lipped top of the cabinet is raised to provide access to the top loading VCR. In addition, the multi-disk CD player unit fitted in the trunk is controlled via the radio/cassette player. An uprated in-car enterntainment package with 10 speakers for the 1990 model year but on the Touring Limousine there are 10 speakers in the rear compartment alone. A tweeter above the division on each side of the motor car looks after the high notes while a dual-cone speaker in each rear door ensures faithful reproducation of bass and middle ranges. The result is that the owner is bathed in sound. The installation has been arranged so that the audio output from the CD player, radio, cassette player, VCR or television is channelled through this high quality, multi-speaker system -- no matter what you use, it is in surround sound.

1993 Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit Coupe This Silver Spirit Coupe started life as Corniche. The rear-window was shrunk down to look like a Silver Spur II Limousine rear-window. Coachwork by Hooper. The car is actually a Corniche Coupe with Silver Spirit front and rear light units grafted on. Although Corniches are narrower than Spirits, Hooper managed to scale the front and rear end treatment down. It is seen here pictured on Burton Way, Beverly Hills, outside the old Carrol and Company store. Special thanks to Frank Wollenberg and John Shostrom for the information and photo! :)

1996 Rolls-Royce Silver/Silent Wing Landaulet
An experimental coachbuilt Rolls-Royce built in Germany in 1996. That Crailville Coaches company of Middlesex, England made them, for the Hooper & Co. Rolls-Royce Coachbuilders. (I am not sure if it was in cooperation with Hooper or simply for Hooper.) I am not sure if this is the Silver Wing or the Silent Wing -- two cars were built, the Silver Wing was an experimental variation of the Silver Spur, and the Silent Wing was a variation on the Silver Spirit. Only one car of each version was made. The price for rebuilding one of the cars was quoted at around $40,000, US currency. Here are some more concept drawings:
1996 Rolls-Royce Silver/Silent Wing Landaulet, in blue
1996 Rolls-Royce Silent Wing
1996 Rolls-Royce Silver/Silent Wings A photo of the two cars on show-tour in Germany.
Special thanks to Frank Wollenberg for the information and photos! :)

1998 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur

1999 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur Limousine Coachwork by Park Ward. Here is an interior photo. When I saw this on Ebay it had 15 bids and was up to $85,400, and then sometime later when I saw it at 24 bids, it was up to $128,500. The seller said it had a list price of $400,000. It is also one of only seven or eight 1999 Silver Spur limousines that had the raised roof, extended body, and factory entertainment divider with flat screen TV. This option alone was $24,000 plus. There aren't any folding seats in this version of the Silver Spur limousine, but the 1992 model I have listed on this page has a longer wheelbase, making the room for the folding seats.

1999 Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph I saw this on Ebay. The seller wanted $90,000 for the opening bid. The car had 32,195 miles on it.

2001 Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph Quoted at $226,000 brand new.

2001 Rolls-Royce Corniche

2002 Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph Quoted at $229,990. The 2002 Rolls-Royces will be the last year that Rolls-Royce cars will be made in Crewe, England.

2002 Rolls-Royce Corniche With right-hand drive. Here's an interior photo. The car is quoted at $363,990 brand-new. For some reason the 2002 Corniche is over $100,000 more than the other two models. The 2002 Park Ward is $262,990 and the Silver Seraph is $229,990. The price differences are similiar with the 2001 models.

Rolls-Royce Provence
Rolls-Royce Phantom Sixteen Two very unusual custom built Rolls-Royces. In the mid-1980's an Arabic monarch asked for some custom-built RR's. He wanted them to have V16 engines. These are some drawings, created for this order, published in Germany in 1986. Special thanks to Frank Wollenberg for the information and photos! :)