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This 2005 Rolls-Royce Phantom needs no introduction as the pinnacle of luxury motoring. But what you'll really love to discover is that this symbol of rolling opulence has been treated with the utmost care and had big recent investments in proper maintenance to ensure that this example lives up to the uncompromised standard of the Spirit of Ecstasy.
The Phantom is the modern symbol of Rolls-Royce luxury. That means it was built in their most modern facility while still using craftsman standards. That's how the original Black Kirsch can a deep luster like they made a black mirror. It also helps that this example has averaged less than 2,400 miles annually, so it's likely spent more time at home in the garage than anywhere else in the world. This is a modern generation of the Phantom, but the name is steeped in tradition, and the design loves to showcase that. The large fenders, powerfully grooved hood, tall rear deck, and suicide doors are all part of the classic Rolls experience. And that tall grille and large 21-inch wheels not only keep this car in proportion, but they also provide the right amount of brightwork to give this black sedan the elegance of a tuxedo. And don't forget to look at the details. Everything from electronically raising hood ornament to the wheel's center cap that is always facing upwards are all part of the detailed package when you demand the best of everything.
The tan interior provides one of the most timeless and tasteful exterior/interior color combinations. Supple leather, real wood, and the plushest carpeting are all part of the experience, and low mileage means it all still has a look that rivals day one. You have all the best in luxury, including power windows, power locks, power seats, heated seats, dual airbags, side airbags, power adjusting steering column, cruise control, a power sunroof, a premium AM/FM/CD/XM stereo, satellite navigation, and multi-zone automatic climate control. The owners of these cars are not necessarily the drivers. That's why there's a limo's worth of legroom in the rear, as well as footrests and tray tables. So this sedan can be used for everything from business travel to a luxurious night out on the town. And a true hallmark of these Rolls-Royces is the umbrella that are built right into the doors.
Another reason why this generation of the Phantom is so desirable is because of what's under the hood. The 6.75-liter motor is a legendary displacement for Rolls-Royce, but this is a very modern motor. It's a V12 developed by BMW. This means precision engineering brought to the world of the whisper-quite Rolls. We have receipts documenting over $14,000 in maintenance over the last few years. The result is the kind of car that lives up to the consummate standard of this marque. It delivers a sedan that has a confident feeling on the road where there's always power in reserve. The six-speed automatic is smooth enough to where you don't feel the shifts; the big four-wheel power disc brakes make this car feel light in the stops; and the ride is a true cloud.
The sale comes complete with maintenance records and the owner's manual. The Phantom has no equal, and so if you want the best of everything, call today!
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