Fancier than a station wagon? | Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow Stationcar for sale

Photography Courtesy Gallery Aaldering

If you’re looking for a Rolls-Royce that delivers class while getting the groceries and shuttling the kids, here’s one to consider. This 1972 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow Stationcar is a meticulously crafted custom that delivers the Rolls-Royce you know and love in a station wagon form.

The late Clyde Cassady, an American coachbuilder, transformed a Rolls-Royce limousine into what you see today. The quality of his work caught the attention of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, which sent him a letter complimenting him on his attention to detail.

Featuring monocoque instead of a body-on-frame construction, as well as disc brakes and an independent rear suspension, an “ample” 6.2-litre V8 powers the vehicle. The seller also notes the Rolls-Royce recently underwent more than $10,000 worth of repairs that attended to mechanical issues.

Find this 1972 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow Stationcar for sale from Gallery Aaldering, with an asking price of 74,500 euros, or roughly $76,463.

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Racerboy1a
Racerboy1a New Reader
8/24/22 12:16 p.m.

Why not call it a "Shooting Break"?

Fancier than a station wagon? | Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow Stationcar for sale details

Price
$76,463

Color
Two-tone

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