1952 Rolls Royce Silver Wraith

US $125,000.00
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East Palatka, Florida, United States

Features and Specifications

Make: Rolls-Royce
Model: Wraith
SubModel: Silver Wraith
Type: sedan
Year: 1952
Mileage: 54,505
Color: Burgundy
Engine: 6 cylinder
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gray
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear

1952 Rolls-Royce Wraith

Chassi # LBLW31.Ordered by the King of England in 1952 and given to Sir Christopher Warner the Ambassador to England in Brussels Belgium in Sept 1953.Left hand drive, long wheel base.Automatic transmission.Hooper Body #8330, Design # 9938,Copy of original build sheet and ownership history.Concours quality paint, New Leather interior, Beautiful chrome.Only 639 built from 1947-1959 and very few were built with LWB left hand drive and auto trans.The car is 12 volt, with solid state ignition and front and rear AC, have been added for comfort and dependability.Power glass divider, Jump seats, seats 4 in the back.Original tool kit, rear window defrost.93975 KM (54505 miles) believed to be original.All gauges and lights work except fuel gauge.Very strait flawless aluminum Hooper body.Very dependable, starts,runs and drives excellent.I drive it to town about twice a month, (70 miles) with no issues. Last week a 300 mile day trip.65 MPH no problem.The interior wood could use a new coat of varnish.I would not hesitate to drive it cross country.Hagerty value for excellent # 2 car with auto trans and Left hand drive is $134,500.00Wanted 1969 Jaguar XKE roadster.Jim9046924626Video

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[isdntekvideo] The Silver Wraith was the first post-war Rolls-Royce. It was made from 1946 to 1958 as only a chassis at Rolls-Royce's former Merlin engine plant, their Crewe factory, alongside the shorter Bentley Mark VI. The Bentley too was available as a chassis for coachbuilders but also for the first time could be bought with a Rolls-Royce built standard steel body. It was announced by Rolls-Royce in April 1946 as the 25/30 hp replacement for the 1939 Wraith in what had been their 20 hp and 20/25 hp market sector, that is to say Rolls-Royce's smaller car. The size was chosen to be in keeping with the mood of post-war austerity. Even very limited production of the chassis of the larger car, the Phantom IV, was not resumed until 1950 and then, officially, only for Heads of State. Improvements announced were: chromium-plated cylinder bores for the engine; a new more rigid chassis frame to go with new independent front suspension and a new synchromesh gearbox. Chassis lubrication was now centralized.
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