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No matter if you're among high society or casual enthusiasts, everyone notices when a Rolls-Royce arrives. So when a 1988 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur has such low mileage and so well maintained - and the price is this obtainable - you know this is a wonderful opportunity at opulence on wheels.
Finished in ivory with a tan padded roof, the way the colors convey instant elegance is no accident. The roof has a taut quality fit, and the glowing white paint has the kind of condition expected from a car that has averaged less than 975 miles annually. Rolls-Royce's careful dedication to craftsmanship is seen from every angle with a sedan that continues to fit together beautifully. The doors open and close with a quiet precision that has the authority of a hand-crafted machine built by craftsmen. It's this attention to detail that keeps these at the top of the luxury hierarchy. In fact, just look at the wheels. They have a creamy white insert with tan pinstripe which purposely matches the paint and pinstripe color combo on the body. It is this kind of attention that makes a Rolls-Royce command respect everywhere it goes, and it is still very present in this example today.
The low mileage means there was little time to even put a crease in the Connolly leather or lose any gloss on the burled walnut trim. So just as a proper Rolls-Royce, this feels timelessly well maintained inside. In fact, you can tell this was treated with added care by the extra protection. The steering wheel has a cover so that no rings would scratch the rim, and there are tasteful mini rugs laid down to protect the lighter factory carpeting. The preservation and attention to detail also mean the long list of luxury amenities remain intact. The driver gets power front seats, air conditioning, power locks, an AM/FM/cassette stereo, and power windows. But this is not a car strictly built for the front seat. The Silver Spur is the long-wheelbase version of the Silver Spirit, which means there's exceptional luxury in the rear seating - after all, the owners of these cars are not necessarily the drivers. Not only does the Silver Spur have more legroom than the Silver Spirit, but it also comes with footrests and tray tables so that this sedan can be used for everything from business travel to a luxurious night out on the town.
The engine bay is another reminder of how a proper Rolls should be. Bright factory tags, glossy black components, and a grease-free presentation let you know this one is ready for the main spot in your garage. But more than just a showpiece, it's a true driver. The 6.75-liter V8 has a whisper-quiet operation that solidifies the Rolls-Royce reputation. This fuel-injected motor was built to always have power in reserve. It isn't delivered like a muscle car, but instead more like an express train. The smooth-shifting three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, cruise control, and four-wheel disc brakes reinforce its long-haul comfort. Plus, the fully independent suspension was built to glide you down the road in the kind of feeling that lets this car earn its reputation.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the low-mileage status symbol that delivers on its luxury heritage. So it's time for you to grab a piece of the good life. Call now!
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