Rolls-Royce

Vintage Luxury! 1975 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow

Just like the Mini is for small British common-man cars, the name Rolls-Royce is synonymous with classic British luxury. This one may not exactly be in pristine condition, but it could be yours for around $5,500 if you buy… more»

Classic Beauty: 1931 Rolls-Royce Phantom II

Restraint and good taste are two character traits that normally go hand in hand. The original owner of this 1931 Rolls-Royce Phantom certainly seemed to have plenty of good taste, but he may have been lacking a bit in… more»

Big Luxury: 1987 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur Limousine

It has often been said that if you have to ask how much a Rolls-Royce is, then you probably can’t afford it. Well, guess what? I know how much this one is, and I still can’t afford it. However,… more»

One Of A Kind 1927 Rolls-Royce Barn Find

Is this the Rolls Royce of barn finds? The term so quickly tossed out there to describe the pinnacle of some event, situation, or thing, might not quite describe this 1927 Rolls Royce. Some quick Google searching has me… more»

1926 Rolls-Royce Phantom Shooting Brake Ranch Wagon

This is how all ranchers live in Texas. I kid you not. Don’t believe the fake news on TV, all ranch owners have cars like this 1926 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Shooting Brake to use on their spreads in Texas,… more»

1 of 760: 1953 Rolls Royce Silver Dawn

For the Rolls Royce fanatics out there, this 1953 Silver Dawn could represent an exciting project vehicle, for while the restoration of the vehicle was commenced some years ago, the owner is now looking for someone with the skill… more»

Classy Chassis! 1928 Rolls-Royce Phantom I

Back in the era this car was built, many luxury manufacturers built chassis and sent them to coachbuilders for the final body. Rolls Royce was no exception and the Phantom I model received bodies from many different manufacturers. This… more»

Fully Depreciated: 1989 Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit

Now here’s one you don’t see on Barn Finds every day? This car is doctor-owned and is described as 9.9 out of 10 for the interior and exterior of the car. You won’t find any scratches or dents on this… more»

Cheap Roller: Rolls Royce Silver Spirit

In the annals of bad ideas could there be a worse idea than that of buying a cheap Rolls Royce? Here’s your chance to find out with one here on Craigslist in Greensboro, North Carolina for $5,000.00. Thanks for… more»

Subterranean Storage: Delahaye & Rolls-Royce

There are the stories of finds that make you want to believe you’ll get the phone call next time. This is one of them, as two friends discovered an incredible find sitting in the lower levels of a Long… more»

$5K and Up: 15 Barn Finds in Pennsylvania

Barn Finds reader Pat L. spotted a very intriguing listing on craigslist, showing what appears to be a vast quonset hut-like structure full of big body luxury sedans. The seller says all of the car stored here are barn finds… more»

Underground in Miami: 1988 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur

Whenever I visit Florida, I’m reminded that it should come as little surprise that there will always be a luxury / sports / classic car for sale as a result of an elderly owner passing away. Retirees in certain… more»

Poupon Splat! 1974 Rolls Royce Street Machine

Nope, it’s not a barn find. But it is extraordinary, and one of our readers thought it was worth sharing (and I agree). While most projects like this come from a “hold my beer” moment, the execution of this… more»

Hot Rod Rolls: 1975 Silver Shadow

It’s after that split-second glance that you realize that this car is more Ed Roth than Charles Rolls and Henry Royce. Can’t you just see this beast immortalized as a classic Rat Fink cartoon? Take a look at this… more»

Purple Parts Car: 1984 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur

It’s amazing to see how fall some high-dollar cars can fall once their pricey infrastructure begins to bleed owners dry. This 1984 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur may have retailed for an eye-watering amount when new, but now its future as… more»

The Classiest Wagon? 1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom

If you’re into coachbuilt station wagons, but the 1978 Cadillac DeVille we featured yesterday struck you as a bit gauche, perhaps you’ll find this more to your liking: a 1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom station wagon! You can’t get much classier… more»