The Silver Ghost is one of Rolls Royces most iconic and recognizable classic cars, and arguably their most popular pre-World War II model built. The 1925 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost came in two versions, the 144″ wheelbase and the 150.5″ long-wheelbase version. It was the predecessor to the Phantom I and was also known as the 40/50hp model. Despite not being a top performer in modern terms, the Silver Ghost was a high-performance automobile in the 1920s. It was built with a four-speed manual transmission and straight-six 7428cc engine. It can reach a top speed of around 80mph and had some of the best handling during the era. However, it was the sleek look of the Silver Ghost that truly made it incredible. Its body style, built by the coachbuilder Barker, was so popular that the Silver Ghost’s image has become associated with cars from the 1920s.
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The Silver Ghost is one of Rolls Royces most coveted automobiles, and is a popular among historians as well as classic car collectors. Its an iconic automobile that is significant in automotive history, British history, and 20th-century history prior to World War II. Because of this, many museums across the world proudly showcase Silver Ghost models in their exhibits.
Many appraisers consider a preserved Silver Ghost with all of its original parts to be one of the most valuable automobiles in the world. This means that finding one in good condition wont be difficult, but it also means that youll have to compete with other interested buyers. If youd like to add a 1925 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost to your collection without any of the hassle of searching for serious sellers and negotiating a price, contact the Beverly Hills Car Club. Their team has years of experience in the industry and will be happy to assist you with finding the right car for you. Give them a call today to learn how you can work towards getting that car youve always wanted.
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