If you’re looking for a limousine, you should really go all-out — and this limo gives you the chance to do that. This is a 1987 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur limousine, and it’s even more elegant and classy than a typical Rolls-Royce on account of the longer wheelbase, suggesting the presence of royalty — or, at least, depreciated 1980s royalty.
Here’s the basic overview: this is a 1987 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur, which was Rolls’ flagship sedan of the 1980s. Very few limousine conversions were done by Rolls-Royce, so this one was probably converted after the fact by another company — but it’s still a gorgeous vehicle that’s been perfectly modified to look like a transporter of the ultra-wealthy of the 1980s.
In back, the interior doesn’t go as crazy as modern limos, but it has some nice touches — including dual facing bench seats and a TV with a VCR. In front, everything looks like a typical 1987 Silver Spur, albeit with a car phone in the middle. Although there are four doors, not six like some limos, this car still provides massive leg room and space for chauffeured passengers.
The Carfax report for this limo shows that it appears to have lived its entire life in Florida, and now it’s offered by European Autobody in Boca Raton with unlisted mileage for $65,000. That’s big money for an ’87 Rolls-Royce, but not bad when you consider the limo conversion — and the cost of creating something else yourself is surely much higher.
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