The Silver Ghost was one of Rolls Royces longest running automobiles in the early 1900s and was a fierce competitor to the Ford Model T. As one of the companys most popular pre-World War II automobiles, the Silver Ghost was able to capture the attention of buyers looking for an automobile that luxurious and classy. Its four-speed manual transmission and 7428cc straight-six engine made the car one of the most powerful automobiles during its day, and with a maximum speed of around 80 mph, its still possible to drive a Silver Ghost in modern traffic. The 1923 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost was a coveted automobile, and the model was labeled by Autocar magazine to be the worlds best automobile. This model year was the last of the Silver Ghosts to have a 143.5 wheelbase and was loved for its large, comfortable interior and beautiful coachwork crafted by Barker.
Looking to purchase a classic Rolls Royce?
Rolls Royce models made before World War II hold a special place in British history, as well as global automotive history. Because of this, theres a large market for vintage Rolls Royce models and collectors are eager to pay a pretty penny to acquire a classic Rolls Royce. With that said, with the right connections and a little bit of research, its possible that you can find a 1923 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost thats in good condition.
If you would like to get your hands on a Silver Ghost or any other vintage Rolls Royce model, contact the Beverly Hills Car Club for assistance. They have a team of professionals with a network of collectors and restorers across the country who they can reach out to. This means that they can find the Silver Ghost model that youre looking for without any problems; the Beverly Hills Car Club team will even give your prospective car an inspection to ensure that has all of its original parts. Call them today to get started on finding your coveted car!
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