Motorcar Studio is pleased to offer this 1998 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur in nearly flawless condition inside and out with only 35,000 miles. The car presents as you would expect given the mileage -- original paint, no accidents or paintwork, excellent glass, grille, bumpers and chrome. Interior is likewise in exquisite original condition with practically perfect wood dash and door uppers, leather seats and door panels, and wool carpets and headliner.
At a whopping $130,000, a Silver Spur (the long wheelbase version of the Silver Spirit) was among most expensive cars you could buy in 1988. For comparison, a Ferrari Testarossa was the only production car car that cost more, at $135k -- a 1988 Mercedes-Benz 560SEL stickered for just under $70k, a BMW 7-series was a mere $53k and top-of-the-line Lincoln and Cadillac sedans could be had for around $25k. Needless to say, in the era of conspicuous consumption only the exceptionally wealthy could afford a new Rolls-Royce.
But what a fabulous car you got for your money. Featuring classic but understated styling, nothing says "you've arrived" like a Rolls. And with every interior surface wrapped in wood, leather or wool, it's certainly a luxurious and comfortable place to spend time (or to conduct business -- there are period Motorola Dyna-Tac handsets hidden in both the front and rear armrests). A set of four sheepskin rugs is also included (see photos), just in case your feet get cold while enjoying lunch on one of the wood tray tables.
Mechanically, this is a well-maintained and well-sorted car with no warning lights and no known service needs. A/C has been converted to R-134a and is blowing cold. All lights, switches, indicators, gauges, stereo, etc. are working properly. Runs and drives beautifully and is very nicely detailed under the hood. This is a lovely example of a Silver Spur suitable for any collector or enthusiast.
For more information about this 1988 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur for sale at Motorcar Studio in Atlanta, please call 404-692-5250.