Silver Cloud II
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1961 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud II $38,000 obo
Location: Metairie, Louisiana 70003
Contact: Joe - (504) 382 2001
Beautiful Rolls Silver Cloud II hitting the market. Own a true piece of European luxury with this timeless classic.
4 door Sedan, 8-cyl. 6230 cc engine with a 2x1 barrel carburetor.
This is a RIGHT HAND DRIVE VEHICLE.
Blue and grey exterior with a grey vinyl interior. The interior is not brand new but was fully restored years back and it is in like new condition. Automatic transmission, 7 out of 10 great condition.
This vehicle is turn key and ready to go. Its perfect for any European classic collector or great for parades and cruises.
AC is functional and works well, the heater is in great condition. Extremely well maintained and always garage kept. Good tread on tires and good brakes. Clean title in hand and currently inspected, registered and insured for test drives.
Fresh fluids and ready to go.
HISTORY of the SILVER CLOUD II:
The Motor published an extensive road test of the new Silver Cloud II, with the subhead, “Effortless speed and extreme quietness with a new V-8 engine.” In September 1960, Road & Track reported, “it is a pleasure to report that there is still a company in business dedicated to the task of producing the best car in the world, regardless of cost.”
The Silver Cloud’s new V-8 engine replaced the venerable straight-six, which was originally introduced in 1907 and fitted to the Silver Ghost. The new V-8 provided about 30 percent more horsepower and cruising speed was increased by raising the rear axle ratio. Fuel consumption dropped from 16 mpg on the six-cylinder cars, to about 10 mpg on the new V-8. Chassis lubrication intervals were increased to 10,000 miles as the former one-shot “Bijur” pedal pump system was replaced by 21 grease gun fittings. The Silver Cloud I and II (and Bentley S1 and S2) from 1955 to 1961, shared the same standard body.
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