1985 Silver Spur LWB Was Mulliner P...

1985 Silver Spur LWB Was Mulliner Park Ward Involved?

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Brandon St James

Santa Barbara, CA

#1 Nov 23, 2011
I am thinking about buying a Silver Spur having sold my 71 Shadow. The Spurs are the LWB version of the Spirit, but was the coachwork done by Park Ward, or was it a regular production assembly job along with the Spirits? Thanks, Brandon
Jan Forrest

Rotherham, UK

#2 Nov 24, 2011
After the introduction of monocoque construction with the first Silver Shadows virtually all Rolls have left the factory as complete cars. TTBOMK only a few of the later Phantoms were re-bodied by coach builders. All that's left for them to do these days is to perhaps turn them into convertibles or refit/redesign the interiors. Although the factory would build a car to a customer's specifications later owners may become dissatisfied with them and take it to be altered to suit their preferences or just refurbished to return a worn interior to its original condition.

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