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We Buy All LHD Rolls Royce Left Hand Drives

At LHD PLC we accept many car models and the LHD Rolls Royce is one of them, whether you are stationed in France, UK, Spain, Germany, Scotland, Italy, Portugal, and Wales, we will arrange a view and collection from the UK to you. If the Car meets our immediate needs we will purchase rite away with an upfront deposit payment for your time.

Types of LHD Rolls Royce Cars (models)

BMW's Rolls-Royce Motor Cars subsidiary produces the Rolls-Royce cars since 1997. Rolls-Royce Motors was sold by its owners Vickers in 1998. BMW was the most likely buyer because they already provide engines and other components for Rolls-Royce and Bentley cars. But Volkswagen's £430m offer beat BMW's £340m offer. The Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited debut was in Detroit's North American International Auto Show in January 2003.

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Some of the most resounding models in the company's modern history include the Phantom, Phantom Drophead Coupé, Phantom Coupé, present Ghost, present Wraith, present Dawn, Sweptail (one-off), present Phantom, present Cullinan, Ghost, Rolls-Royce Boat Tail (one-off), Rolls-Royce Spectre (electric).

In 1949 and 1955, Rolls-Royce produced the Silver Dawn, a full-sized luxury car. A factory-built Rolls-Royce car, the Mark VI shared its chassis with the Bentley Mark VI from 1952 to 1955 and the Bentley R Type from 1955 to 1955. This was the first Rolls-Royce car built only for export. In left-hand drive models, the gear change was on the column, but it was on the floor in right-hand drives. It was only in the R Type-based model on the home market, starting in October 1953.

Origin of LHD Rolls Royce

Sir Henry Royce and Charles Rolls teamed up with an aim to change the world of motoring in 1904. Rolls-Royce founders formed an unlikely partnership based on a love of engineering and the desire to build the best car ever despite coming from totally different backgrounds. Silver Ghost was the first six-cylinder to do that in 1907. At the start of the 20th century, two of the smartest minds of their time forged an extraordinary partnership: Charles Rolls, an engineer, and Henry Royce. Rolls-Royce was born at that moment.

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Until 1959, the Silver Wraith had a coach-built body, so it was a heavy car, so a 4,887cc V8 was installed to handle the weight and add the power. When Silver Dawn came onto the market for the first time, it was the first Rolls-Royce without a wood body. With the Silver Dawn, Rolls-Royce tried something different from the Silver Wraith.