1980 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow II

This Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II stopped in Birkshire Automobiles for full front brake servicing and A/C Repair.

The Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II was produced from 1977 to 1980 and was the first luxury car to use unitary body and chassis construction.

The model was renamed the Silver Shadow II in 1977 in recognition of major changes made to the model; rack and pinion steering, bumpers were changed from chrome to alloy and rubber, and a fitted front skirt, to name a few.

In 1979, "75 Silver Shadow II" cars were specially fitted to commemorate the 75th Anniversary including features such as: original red "RR" badges front and rear, pewter/silver paint, grey leather with red piping, scarlet red carpets, and a silver commemorative placard inside the glove box door. Only 33 75th Anniversary cars were designated for and shipped to the North American market.