The Silver Spur was released in 1980, around the same time as the Silver Spirit model. With a 4 longer wheelbase, the Silver Spur served as the long wheelbase version of its Silver Spirit counterpart aside from that, both cars were virtually identical. Because the Silver Spur saw production and sales in the United States, Japan, Australia, and Europe between 1980 and 1989, it quickly became the luxury car most associated with the 1980s. This is a reputation that it easily earned, as it was one of the most comfortable and top-performing luxury models of its time. Like previous model years, the 1983 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur was built with the massive 6.75-liter OHV V8 engine, which helped the car reach a maximum speed of 120 mph despite its large size and heavy weight. The cars self-leveling suspension, automatic hydraulic height control mechanism, and gas-charged shocks all worked to ensure that the Silver Spur was one of the smoothest riding cars on the road.
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The 1983 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur was a beautifully designed car that was elegant and stylish. Rolls-Royce was praised for being able to continue their classic design, but add a new and modern twist to an already timeless automobile. For this reason, many classic car collectors are willing to pay top dollar to get their hands on a well-preserved Silver Spur or Silver Spirit.
If you would like to add the 1983 Silver Spur to your classic car collection, reach out to the Beverly Hills Car Club for assistance. They have a network of associates that they can contact to help them find a Silver Spur thats in top condition and still has all of its original parts. The staff at the Beverly Hills Car Club are friendly and able to answer any questions that you have regarding classic cars from around the world. To learn more about how you can get your hands on your own Rolls-Royce Silver Spur, give the Beverly Hills Car Club a call today!
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