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1972 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow - ESTATE SALE

36,927 MILEAGE
Standard Saloon BODY TYPE
6.8L 6750CC 412Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated ENGINE
Gasoline FUEL

1972 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow Base Description:

Runs!! Starts on the first try. Radio, A/C, heat, fan, lights, windows, locks, etc....all work It's not a new car, but it drives great. GARAGE-KEPT its entire life!!
In 2015, the vehicle spent a year with a local Rolls-Royce expert to return it to a fine-tuned, running condition.
In 2016, $20,000+ was spent on a complete paint job, new leather for the front seats, dash and door panels, tires, etc. The rear bench and door panels have the original leather. We have documentation and receipts for everything above.
This vehicle is part of an estate. 2nd owner, purchased in 2001.
If yourequire additional information, please ask and we'll do our best to answer. We're not Rolls-Royce experts or enthusiasts. If you're reading this, you probably know more about it than we do. Sold as-is, no warranty.

On Aug-23-17 at 14:05:09 PDT, seller added the following information:

***UPDATE** Two things we noticed today while taking photographs. The seat controls don't appear to work. We couldn't get the A/C to turn on today. Not sure if it's a fuse or something else.
We've received requests for the work performed in 2015: from the receipt we have for mechanical repairs:
"Installed R.F. Hub Cap. Was missing. Still needs to be painted to match.
Repaired front suspension. Replaced left lower ball joint and both strut rod bushings. This repaired most of the noise. Any remaining noise is worn shock/struts. Ok for now.
Replaced hydraulic hoses. Bled system. This took time and we had to replace them one at a time. Note: the car still has a few old hoses, but at this time they are not failing.
Tightened steering column CVR. Found column loose. Tightened screws that hold cover. This also repaired the shifter indicator unit.
Replaced carb floats. Found that the right side carburetor would start to leak fuel from overflow hose. We checked the float and found it filling gas, causing it to be heavy. We placed both of them.
Rebuilt pressure switches. Found that the car's hydraulic system has two pressure switches and they were worn causing the dash light to come on. We rebuilt the switches and not the lights. Work like they should."
*** Mechanical, paint, leather, trim work, and tires from 2015-2016: $ 28,495.49. (Have all receipts). ***

On Aug-23-17 at 14:31:39 PDT, seller added the following information:

Features:

Item location:Savoy, Illinois, United States
Year:1972
Mileage:36,927
Make:Rolls-Royce
Model:Silver Shadow
Type:Standard Saloon
Trim:Base
Color:Light Tan / Dark Tan
Interior color:Beige
Engine:6.8L 6750CC 412Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
Cylinders:8
Fuel:Gasoline
Drive type:RWD
Vehicle Title:Clear