If class, sophistication, and performance are what you are looking for, then look no further than the British luxury vehicle manufacturer Rolls-Royce Motors Cars Limited. Founded in 1904 as a partnership and thereafter incorporated in 1906 as Rolls-Royce Limited. Rolls-Royce's first venture into the SUV market was with their Rolls-Royce Cullinan in 2018. An extravagant ride in the form of this 2020 Rolls-Royce Cullinan with a personalized order is up for the taking as it has only 8,094 miles on the odometer.
Class, poise, and a cut above the rest are a few ways to explain the Rolls-Royce brand. Today's vehicle is a legend that set the tone for the Rolls-Royce brand in the 60s. Cruising in luxury never looked this good when behind the wheel of this 1965 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III RHD. This classic British machine is automotive art on wheels with a reported 89,700 miles on the clock.
The Rolls-Royce Cullinan is the British luxury automobile makers' first-ever response to the boom in SUVs. Some say it is controversial, while others consider it is for the visionaries who believe in the supremacy of independence. Whatever you think it may be, we can confidently say that the Cullinan significantly evolves the norms for ultra-luxury travel and may be the pinnacle of automotive excellence. Named after the largest gem-quality rough diamond ever discovered, the Cullinan is an absolute unit of a 4x4 SUV that revamps the platform known as the 'Architecture of Luxury' that lies beneath the majestic Phantom. This particular 2021 Rolls-Royce Cullinan packs everything you would expect from an ultra-expensive luxury vehicle and derives from the automaker's rich history. With just 6,000 miles on its clock, this grand SUV is yours to take.
The Phantom full-size luxury car was the first new model to be developed under current owner BMW’s stewardship. Launched in 2003, it represented the seventh time of the Phantom nameplate being used in this British pinnacle luxury car maker’s line-up. Featuring all-aluminum construction and a host of technological developments, the Phantom is credited with reviving the slumping brand, and from 2003 to 2009, was their sole model. This 2010 Rolls-Royce Phantom is thus a fine automobile to consider, even though it’s 12 years old. With just 17,500 miles, you can tell that it’s been used sparingly.
Rolls-Royce is the epitome of luxury, and for good reason. Each vehicle is bespoke, its parts hand -made, with the most premium materials and workmanship that money can buy. The same can be said about this 2016 Rolls-Royce Phantom, which has already experienced 10,100 miles on the road, but still remains and exquisite piece of automotive craftsmanship. From the Spirit of Ecstasy (which is illuminated), the RR badging on all seats, and wheel centers in the main color, and not to mention the umbrellas, this Rolls-Royce too comes with the many luxuries and conveniences you would expect from the brand. And now, it’s ready to be welcomed into a new home. If you do, you’ll reportedly get three keys, the RR Charger, books as well as the car cover to the vehicle.
When you want to reach the pinnacle of automotive luxury and own something considered the absolute crème de la crème of its time, a classic Rolls-Royce is the way to go. When we say classic, we don't necessarily mean something from the Forties, Fifties, or Sixties, for that matter. There are plenty of relatively modern classic Rolls-Royces around, such as this 1989 Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit, that offer some modern creature comforts but still shun the characterless digital domain that today's cars possess. With just 31,900 miles on the odometer, this left-hand-drive example is perfect for the discerning collector, and yes, you could use it daily if desired. The current owner says the original owner's manual is included in the sale. Also included are two keys, one of which is a valet key.
Just like every other vehicle in the Rolls-Royce lineup, the Dawn carries itself as the very definition of luxury. Originally introduced as a replacement for the Phantom Drophead Coupe, the Dawn draws most of its DNA from the Ghost and is marketed as a convertible luxury grand tourer. Perhaps Rolls Royce was aiming to appeal to a younger crowd, much like Bentley did with the Continental GT, but there's no denying its timeless class. This specific 2017 Rolls-Royce Dawn has completed just 25,000 miles and is seeking new ownership.
The ownership of a Rolls-Royce is a significant milestone in one's life. Suddenly, you are in charge of a fine example of automotive art and craftsmanship from arguably the best luxury manufacturer in the world (Bentley aficionados will challenge that, mind you). That's why cars like this 1988 Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit grow more desirable with age. What's even more alluring is that this example comes with just 24,000 miles on the clock. Read on to find out why the Silver Spirit is special and why this one deserves a place in your home and your heart.
Picture this, you’re browsing through your favorite automotive magazine and you come across a vintage car that you can’t seem to forget ever since you set your eyes on it. You decide to find one for sale, but the 1938 Rolls-Royce Wraith was in production for a mere year and only a mere 491 examples ever made, you sigh in disappointment but not all hope is lost as you browse through our site and come across this lovely 1938 Rolls-Royce Wraith 2 Door Coupe we have today. With a reported 90,564 miles on the clock this rare British piece of art can be yours to drive off in and own a true automotive unicorn.
Ghost is the name that Rolls-Royce gave to one of their earliest cars, the Silver Ghost of 1906. At the time, it embodied the spirit of Rolls-Royce that has endured to this day, namely, to slip by as silently and efficiently as possible, much like an apparition. This 2012 Rolls-Royce Ghost hails from the first generation of contemporary Ghost, which was introduced in 2009. With 33,125 miles on the clock, it’s a relatively lightly used example and totally belies its 10 years of age. That’s the thing about Rolls-Royces – they are timeless. Read on to find out why this one deserves your consideration and a space in your garage.
Turn back the clock a few years, and news of the Rolls-Royce Cullinan surfaced; what was the Cullinan? Rolls-Royce's first crack at the ever-growing SUV market, A luxury SUV with the bones of Rolls Royce Phantom VIII. With manufacturers looking to get a piece of the SUV market, vehicles we never thought would see the light of day now grace us with their presence. The Cullinan is an all-rounder; you have the golden Rolls-Royce standard of class, luxury, and drive feel as well as the practicality of an SUV. Why not tick off all the boxes on your next purchase and drive home in this 2019 Rolls-Royce Cullinan present today. With just a reported 19,000 miles on the clock, this is pure Rolls-Royce goodness and sensibility like never before.
The Rolls Royce Silver Spirit has been around since the 1980 and it is the first model in the SZ series. The Silver Spur was debuted the same year as the long wheelbase version of the Silver Spirit. Rolls Royce didn’t hesitate to stretch the car even more and introduce it as the Park Ward in 1995. Park Ward was a custom coachbuilder known for customizing the interiors of cars to meet the needs of its clientele. Like any other Rolls Royce to date, the Park Ward tag embraces the legacy of perfection and opulence the brand stood for since Mr. Rolls and Mr. Royce crossed paths. In stock today is a well-preserved example of the 1998 Rolls Royce Silver Spur Park Ward from Florida. It holds only 82,200 miles on its clock and comes with the original window sticker. With ample luxury features onboard, it is a treat explore what this vehicle has to offer.
Rolls-Royce is a company that has stuck around for ages; in that time, they have become the luxury automotive brand to get. With class and luxury being at the forefront of every car that leaves its factory floors, its time you drive off in this lovely 2010 Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe we have today. With 21,100 miles reported on the clock and unique upgrades, standing out from the rest is one thing you'll never fall short of on your journeys in it, while you bask in the echelon of luxury motoring.
Every now and then, we at ECT are tasked to handle the sale of a car that’s been owned by a star. That’s a right royal honor to us, and today’s car is one that comes with documented proof that the first owner of this 1976 Rolls-Royce Corniche Coupe was none other than Cassius Clay Jr, popularly known as Muhammad Ali. When the world’s greatest boxer wasn’t floating like a butterfly and stinging like a bee, it seems he liked to roll around in a car from one of the world’s greatest luxury automakers. This 1976 Corniche is from the Corniche II generation, and it wears 73,776 miles on its stately wheels. The seller says that it’s currently used for special occasions and charity events, and he has photos and documentation to validate its special history, as it’s considered a Muhammad Ali collectible. The car is said to have undergone an older restoration, and has received some recent maintenance.
While you have many manufacturers catering to the luxury segment of car buyers today, back in the Eighties, it was a different scene. Rolls Royce and their Corniche were front runners in the luxury car scene and wowed car buyers for 24 years. It was named after coastal roads in France, and even the name sparked a perception of luxury and class. Take a look at this 1985 Rolls Royce Corniche Drophead Coupe, for instance, with a reported 49,600 miles on the clock; this is Eighties luxury and class in all its glory.
Nothing stands alongside exquisite British luxury like Rolls-Royce cars. Rolls-Royce has a long and distinguished history since 1906, during the subsequent decades the automotive arm of Rolls-Royce was renamed Rolls-Royce Motor Cars in 1998 and is now owned by BMW AG. 1955 saw Rolls-Royce Limited launch the Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud, a luxury automobile produced till 1966 and was Rolls-Royce Limited's core model. The Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud saw only 2,238 cars built and today is your chance to own a magnificent 1958 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud in the standard steel and reportedly with just 23,800 genuine miles on the clock as per the seller.
The 2013 Rolls-Royce Ghost would prove to be the excellent solution for anyone searching for a ride with the luxuries of a Rolls-Royce Phantom but with a more manageable size and price tag. Although the Ghost is Rolls-Royce’s least expensive and smaller-scaled sedan, it still by no means attainable for the average buyer, as its base price starts just north of a quarter-million dollars. It is based on a stretched BMW 7 series platform, which helps it deliver agile ground maneuvers with comfort and refinement. With a length of nearly 18 feet and a curb weight of a full-size SUV, the Ghost surely would not appear to be an entry level or “baby” Rolls-Royce. This elegant example of the 2013 Rolls-Royce Ghost is currently located in Alabama with just 56,750 miles on its clock. Being a highly customizable car, it carries several optional add-ons and awaits its next lucky buyer.
For ages, Rolls-Royce has held the throne as the most opulent piece of British automotive luxury that money can buy. Like the flavor of a perfectly aged fine wine, Rolls-Royce sedans, coupes and convertibles are timeless, and regardless of what anyone can ever tell you, there's absolutely nothing like them. So, what happens when the curator of the world's finest sedans makes an SUV? You get the Cullinan. Built with the comfort of a luxury car, the size, coupled with the size and presence of a full-sized SUV, it sets a new benchmark for automotive perfection. As for this 2019 Rolls-Royce Cullinan Mansory, its owner has taken a unique route with a complete Mansory conversion and unique color scheme, this example would stand out in a sea of Cullinans, as it’s reportedly the only one in this color spec and combo. The vehicle is currently up for sale with a mileage of 6,800 on the odo.
Rolls-Royce finally entered the SUV segment in 2018 with the Cullinan, named after the largest diamond ever found. Being one of the last manufacturers to hold out, aficionados of the brand were mixed in opinion. Some welcomed it, whilst others thought it sacrilegious. Nevertheless, as with all things Rolls-Royce make, they poured their very essence into it, with the result being an extremely luxurious, top-tier vehicle that’s perfectly worthy of carrying the iconic RR badge. This 2022 Rolls-Royce Cullinan is practically brand-new, with just 400 miles under its belt, and a perfect way to embrace the RR lifestyle.
The Rolls-Royce nameplate has represented some of the most exquisite luxury automobiles since the 1900s. The Silver Wraith lineage started life in 1946, but the Silver Wraith II featured here is based on the Silver Shadow II. The Silver Shadow and Silver Shadow II coincidently are the most produced Rolls Royce examples by volume. However, the Silver Wraith II is a more luxurious and exclusive version — not that any Rolls Royce can be considered "mass market." One of 2135 produced, this well-kept 1979 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II is up for grabs with just 58,000 miles on the clock.
When you think of luxury and pure class, the British come to mind, specifically Rolls-Royce. From building aircraft engines during the World Wars to producing some of the most luxurious and exclusive cars, the British automaker sure conquers what it sets out to do. If you wanted the best in terms of luxury during the 70s, the Rolls-Royce Shadow was the way to go, as an excellent example of the brand’s greatness. With a reported 28,000 miles on the clock, this is one great example and makes for the perfect Sunday cruiser.
Rolls-Royce needs little introduction, with the brand itself often used as a superlative for the ultimate in anything and everything. Up for sale is an example of one of the brand's most iconic models, from an era where coach-built vehicles were recognized as a bespoke testament to style and class. This Corniche convertible left Rolls-Royce's Cheshire, UK factory in December 1985. This example requires some loving recommissioning to bring it back to its former glory but appears to present a solid basis with low mileage, having run just 41,000 miles over the past three decades.
If you want the best luxury car in the world, it’s either a Rolls-Royce or a Bentley. If you’re the sort who enjoys being driven, Rolls-Royce is your port of call with their excellent vehicles such as this 1972 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow from Utah that we have for sale today. The Silver Shadow ran between 1965 and 1980 across two generations as the brand’s full-size saloon and convertible. With 105,000 miles on the clock, this example has seen some use but it’s evident from the photos that it’s been well looked after, the current owner reportedly purchased it from a Ferrari dealership.
The Rolls-Royce brand is synonymous with the best of luxury, and a way to celebrate your success and significant milestones in life. Take it back to the Eighties and if you were flush with cash there’s no doubt on you settling for a Mark 1 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur. Being the big brother of the already luxurious and large Silver Spirit there was no better way you could travel in style and live your best life. If you are the person that loves the Eighties and all that was great in that era, this 1984 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur sure fits the bill. The car is in great condition for its age and is also a low mileage car clocking in only 82,273 miles since it rolled off the factory floors in 1984.
Perception is a truly wonderous thing. Merely mention ‘exotic car’, and a multitude of brands come to mind. But mention ‘ultimate luxury car’ and two brands come to mind. One is Rolls-Royce. Over the years the Rolls-Royce brand has stood for one thing, to be the best in terms of pinnacle automobiles that make a statement. Mulliner Park Ward, a subsidiary of Rolls-Royce and the ones responsible for almost all of Rolls-Royce’s iconic designs ensured that each owner felt special and stood out from the rest. Celebrities, wealthy and popular personalities, even Dictators choose to roll about in a Rolls-Royce, driving or being driven in one. Why not cruise around in class and style with this 1988 Rolls-Royce Corniche II Convertible that could be yours. This Florida-based car is reported to have been sold new in the USA and the current owner has enjoyed it since 1990. This clean and fine example of British engineering and luxury comes with just 33,360 miles reported and has been maintained by a Rolls-Royce dealer in Florida. A majority of the service records are included for further peace of mind.
While nearly every automaker was attempting to strike a balance between comfort, performance, and affordability, Rolls Royce just said opulence and carried on. Introduced in 1994 as a limited edition variant of the Silver Spur III, the Rolls-Royce Flying Spur hold the record of being the very first Rolls Royce to be turbocharged. Interestingly, the initial plan to produce only 50 cars were altered due to the strong demand, resulting in 134 Flying Spur cars leaving the factory doors. However, each car was given a number out of 50, rather than all the way up to 134. It's not every day that you get the privilege to own a piece of history like this. Fortunately for you, we hold this extra special 1995 Rolls Royce Flying Spur Turbo in our inventory which is 1 of 134 cars. This particular Flying Spur, which bears the number 17, is located in Florida. It is claimed to have around 50,000 miles on its clock. It is also been recently serviced and comes with receipts form maintenance and services over the years.
Rolls-Royce and Bentley are known to be the top-shelf luxury car manufacturers in the world. Owning a car from either marque is a sign that you’ve made it in life, and settle for nothing but the best. Rolls-Royce have been making cars with their name for over a hundred years. Their current model lineup consists of multiple models including the Ghost, Phantom, Dawn, Wraith and Cullinan. The first generation of Ghost was introduced in 2010 and ran till 2020, before the second generation took over. This is a first-generation Series 1 2013 Rolls Royce Ghost Sedan, from Florida and with just 17,500 miles on the clock. This enthusiast-owned car wore a sticker price of $316,545 when new, with the Bespoke Interior Charge of $62,000 over the base sticker price.
From making turbojet engines for aircraft to handcrafted luxury vehicles, the Rolls-Royce brand needs no introduction. One of Rolls-Royce’s success stories was the Rolls-Royce Corniche. Corniche stands for a coastal road especially one which is along the face off the cliff. The Corniche is a two-door, RWD luxury car that was offered as a hardtop and a convertible. The first-generation Corniche was produced from 1971-1987, and our subject specimen is a 1985 Rolls-Royce Corniche Convertible aka Drophead with just 32,500 original miles on the clock
Like a silhouette emerging from the dark, the ultra-luxury sedan made its debut back in April of 2009 and was christened the name 'Ghost' in honor of the Silver Ghost, a car that was produced in 1906. The Ghost was Designed as a smaller, "more measured and realistic" car that opened the gates for a new clientele segment to get their hands on a Rolls. This stunning example is located in Florida, with just 24k miles on the road and a few tasteful modifications. Original retail on a car like this was $340,600.
The Corniche name dates back to 1939 when a prototype was created based on the Bentley Mark V. Unfortunately, the car was never produced due to the onset of the first world war. The Corniche nameplate finally made its debut in 1971, in the form of a two-door, front-engine luxury car that was to appeal to rich and daring. This 1986 Rolls Royce Corniche Convertible has reportedly been well looked after since day one of its purchase and is currently for sale in Florida, with no more than 37k miles on the clock.
Rolls Royce is synonymous with producing the finest automobiles in the world, sure to make a statement whatever the situation. The Ghost is a smaller version of the world-renowned Phantom, and continues to provide everything one would expect from a Rolls Royce. It isolates passengers from the road and gives the best luxury experience occupants could wish for. This example of the beautiful Rolls Royce ghost has recently been serviced and has always been maintained by the dealer. With many luxurious options and 20,626 miles on its clock, this 2012 Rolls Royce Ghost awaits its lucky buyer.
A car like a Rolls Royce Phantom needs little introduction, but when it comes to the gorgeous drop-head coupe (aka convertible), the stakes change considerably. Although originally a full-sized ultra-luxury vehicle, the Rolls Royce Phantom takes things up a notch by adding the ability to stow its roof for the ultimate in luxury open-air motoring. This 2011 Rolls Royce Drophead Coupe comes with a host of features you’d expect for a vehicle that carries the Double-R badge and Spirit of Ecstasy mascot.
The Wraith resurrects a nameplate that had laid dormant since the 1930s. With it sees Rolls Royce return to their 2-door hyper-luxurious coupe creations. Having been known mostly for the Phantom and Ghost sedans, the Wraith signaled a welcome return to the 2-door hardtop body style — a sportier addition to the brand that is known to be the pinnacle of luxury. The Wraith is billed as the most powerful and dynamic Rolls Royce in the company's illustrious history and is designed to make an impressive statement wherever you go.