1976 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II
The Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II was styled by John Blatchley. Between 1975 and 1980, just 2,135 examples were produced. The cars came equipped with rack-and-pinion power steering, automatic transmission, advanced air conditioning, and more. Initially, the long-wheelbase model did not have a separate name, but in 1976, with the introduction of the Silver Shadow II, the longer car was dubbed the Silver Wraith II. The Wraith II is identified by all alterations found on the Silver Shadow II and additionally an Everflex-covered roof (also available as an option on the Silver Shadow II), a smaller rear opera-style window. Some customers deleted the smaller back window. Some Silver Wraith II’s were also fitted with electric divisions which took up the extra four inches of leg room in the rear. This particullar example was new delivered to Monaco on 01/10/1976. The exterior colour is green metallic, with beige leather interior. The car is very well maintained and completely original. The floor was recently completely renewed and the brake sysem was revised. The car has Belgian paperwork.