The Graham Hull-penned Silver Seraph marked Rolls-Royce's intention to reclaim its reputation as producer of 'the best car in the world'. Following a long gestation period it was eventually only made for four years, from 1998 to 2002, as a result of which just 1,570 Seraphs vacated the Crewe factory.
Its monocoque chassis was 65 percent stiffer than that of the Silver Spirit it replaced, while power came from a BMW-derived all-alloy V12 engine of 5.4-litres.
Owned from 2004 by an elderly man, who had previously owned 4 other Rolls Royce, after his death in 2013 he bequeathed the Silver Seraph to his car loving Grandson who kept the vehicle for a year before selling it due to it not being practical for him to keep. This Silver Pearl example is complimented by a French Navy Connolly leather interior and displays 46,500 miles, having recently had service and maintainence work costing over £4,600 and new tyres and batteries last year. this car is ready to go. Included in the sale are the original book pack with handbooks plus service book containing 12 entries, the last dated April 2017 at 46,498 miles, along with previous MOT Certificates.
- Colour Exterior Silver Pearl
- Interior Colours French Navy Connolly Leather