The Rolls-Royce Silver Spur hit the showroom floors for the first time in 1980. It was unveiled as the long-wheelbase version of the Silver Spirit aside from that, the Silver Spur and Silver Spirit were identical and were both immensely popular luxury automobiles during their day. The 1981 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur was the first model to be introduced to North America and Japan, where it was equipped with a fuel injection system instead of a carburetor. Additionally, Japanese and North American models also had an energy-absorbing bumper instead of a front airdam, which made the car look a bit longer and took up the space where fog lights were on the European variety. Like its counterpart, the Silver Spirit, the Silver Spur was built with an impressive 6.75-liter OHV V8 engine that helped the car reach a maximum speed of 120 mph. Other key features that helped contribute to the Silver Spurs success include a three-speed THM 400 automatic transmission, gas-charged shocks, and a self-leveling suspense system with a hydraulic control system that automatically adjusted the height of the automobile.
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Rolls-Royce designed the Silver Spur to be elegant, comfortable, and powerful, all of which was achieve with great success. This helped make the Silver Spur one of the most iconic and well-recognized luxury cars of the 1980s. If you would like to learn more about how to acquire your very own 1981 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur, reach out to the professionals at the Beverly Hills Car Club. They had a team of experts with years of experience working with classic cars, and theyre happy to assist you in any way possible. From answering questions that you have about a Rolls-Royce car to helping you find a Silver Spur model for sell, the Beverly Hills Car Club is with you the entire way. Visit their website and have a look through their online inventory of classic cars to learn more.
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