Towards the end of the 1950s, Rolls-Royce began scaling back on their Silver Wraith production in order to focus on different endeavors. The 1958 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith, and a handful of models which were produced the following year, were the last of the Silver Wraiths to hit the showroom floor. Still, the unparalleled success of the Silver Wraith meant that Rolls-Royce defined the meaning of the ultra-luxury automotive industry for more than a decade. Owning a 1958 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith means that own a piece of this success; its a memento that you can proudly display in your automobile collection or drive around the city during a sunny day. It means that you have a piece of British elegance.
Looking to purchase a classic Rolls Royce?
The Silver Wraith has been at the top of the coveted car list for a lot of car collectors. This, combined with its limited production, means that one thats well preserved can sell for a lot of money. The 1958 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith is no exception, which is why it was the model chosen to be the Royal Dutch State Limousine and the Royal Danish Ceremonial Car, the Store Krone, or Great Crown. Driving the 58 Silver Wraith means that you get a four-door luxury car built with a 4.9-litre, inline-six engine that can easily reach 90 miles-per-hour.
If you are interested in collecting the 58 Silver Wraith, contact the helpful team at Beverly Hills Car Club for any assistance. They will be more than happy to answer any questions about the make and model that you have, and can assist you in identifying features that distinguish different model years. You can even ask them to help you find a 1958 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith. Simply tell them your preferences, like a manual or automotive transmission, and what condition you want the car in. Whatever your unique automotive needs are, their team is happy to assist you along the way. Give them a call or stop by their Los Angeles showroom!
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