Vehicles are in order by In order by year newest to oldest.
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V12 engine with automatic transmission, tilt steering, cruise control, air conditioning, power windows, power door locks with remote key-less entry, power mirrors, power memory heated seats, power heated seats, power rear seats, driver & passenger air bags, AM/FM/CD with 6 disk CD changer, phone, tinted glass, flip-down picnic tables, and floor overlays.
White exterior, Tan leather,
Manufacture’s option: hide-away flying lady hood ornament.
Only 542 Left Hand Drive Silver Seraphs made for model year 1999 (per Modern Lady Magazine page 2685).
Non-smoker, books, tool kit in trunk, service records
391 points out of 400 at 2016 Rolls-Royce Owners Club national meet in concours class.
On consignment, 3rd owner, current owner owned it since 2008.
Financing available for PA & NJ buyers for those who qualify (up to 100% financing!)
Original MSRP $216,400
Sale Price: $39,900
Left Hand Drive, VIN LSWC-362
6.23L V8, power steering, power brakes, power window, a/c, electric antenna,
Rear picnic tables, nice woodwork, seats 5 with seat belts,
Leather seats heavily creased but presentable, headliner firm but has moth holes,
Recent repaint & brake work, small and large tools, owner’s manual.
On consignment. Owned by a few Rolls-Royce Owners Club members.
Low 25k miles
Sale Price: $59,900
Special Body by Brewster & Co. New York
Three door convertible. Unusual Left hand drive
With the rear door, passengers do not have to scramble over the rear fender to get in the rear like most Piccadilly.
Rear section converts from the unusual parade seat shown (also comes with a separate soft top for the rear passenger) to a rumble seat.
Electric starter in addition to a back-up hand crank
Rear fold down luggage rack.
Straight 6 cylinder with 12 spark plugs (backup system)
Two wheel rear brakes.
12 volt electrical system
Upgraded Ghost style air cleaner
Being a roadster, there are no crank up windows.
The following changes were done at Springfield by Rolls-Royce in the late 1920’s/early30’s (per John de Campi):
Converted from right hand drive to left hand drive.
Changed from magneto to generator (12v) and dual distributors
Relocated the 4 speed gear shift from the right to the center
Added the convenience of 3 under hood lubing of the “Sphere, Torque Tube, and Clutch Trunnion.”
This is the third body that was put on the chassis in the late 1920’s.*
Engine and chassis numbers match: 353KG.
Restored around the 1980’s probably when owned by pro-golfer Gene Littler of CA.
In 1924 a Piccadilly roadster was $13,450 (price of 53 1925 Model T Fords for $250)^
In 1924 the chassis (with-out body) was $11,385 and the chassis with fenders was $11,895^
It is a wonderful tour car. It was used on driving tours with the Silver Ghost Association in
Canada 2007, IL 2009, MI 2011 & 2018, Nova Scotia 2012, 2013-2015, Ontario 2017.
3rd place winner at the RROC National Meet 8-2-14 in the Late Ghost Touring Class.
* per page 205 of Rolls-Royce in America by John Webb de Campi 1975
^ per page 28 of Rolls-Royce in America by John Webb de Campi 1975
Sale Price: $250,000
This page updated: 6/13/19