Rolls Royce Silver Seraph Last in Line

This 2001 Rolls Royce Silver Seraph Last Of Line, Finished 2 Tone Silver Tempest And Silver Stone, With Barley And Secondary Wildberry Leather Interior.
The Silver Seraph Last of Line Was A Special Edition To Mark The Termination Of The Production Of Rolls Royce In Crewe, England.
This Car Is Also The First VIN Of The Last Of Line, One Of Only 170 Made Of The Series and One And First Of Only 19 Cars Produced In 2001.

Fitted With All Standard And Special Options As Follows:

Special Wood Veneered Interior Trim
“Spirit Of Ecstasy” Inlayed On Veneered Waistrails 
Red “RR” Grille And Boot Badges
Chromed Exterior Mirrors
Veneered Picnic Tables
2 Cocktail Cabinets On Front Seat’s Backs
Original Set Of Crystal Decanter And Glasses
Bottle Cooler In Rear Armrest
Rear Entertainment System With DVD Player
Cordless Headphones For Rear Entertainment
Foot Rests

This limited edition car was built to mark the end of Rolls Royce production in their Crewe factory. Developed with help from BMW, the Silver Seraph was effectively the first all-new Rolls-Royce since the launch of the Silver Shadow more than 30 years earlier.

Presented in a two-tone paint combination of Silver Storm (upper) with Silver Tempest & finished off by a thin red coach stripe, the exterior has two tone Portland & Stratos leather with piping. The car is a very high spec and has been very well maintained, with extras including embossed ‘RR’ logo on the headrests and rear cushions, a wood and leather steering wheel, wood veneer doors with the integrated Flying Lady logo, a CD changer, telephone, lambs wool over mats, sunroof, satellite navigation, battery conditioner and wood veneered picnic tables in the rear.

This Silver Seraph is the Last in Line, and to commemorate this a special book is accompanied with the car showing pictures of the car being built and a full list of the cars specification. The Silver Seraph is an amazing car to drive and is equally a comfortable car to be driven in thanks to its V12 engine.

Origins and Meaning of the Rolls Royce Mascot

The Rolls-Royce hood ornament name is the Spirit of Ecstasy. When does this Rolls-Royce hood emblem originate? The Rolls-Royce Spirit of Ecstasy dates all the way back to 1909, when the sculptor Charles Sykes captured the likeness of Eleanor Thornton. Already in 1911, Rolls-Royce started to place this figurine on every vehicle that they produced–and this was one mascot that started to turn heads right away! What did the Rolls-Royce hood ornament, the Spirit of Ecstasy, represent to those who saw it in 1911?

  • At the time, the culture in London generally depicted women as passive, and as awaiting the actions and opinions of others.
  • Nothing could have been further from the truth for Eleanor, who was a crucial force in the small group of motorists and enthusiasts who would found and brand Rolls-Royce as the premier luxury motorcar.
  • The Spirit of Ecstasy’s active and engaged posture symbolizes freedom of thought and bold action. Her flowing dress is clearly reminiscent of the wings of a plane, and it symbolizes the freedom of movement and exploratory desire which fueled the birth of the Rolls-Royce brand.

Rolls-Royce owners aren’t like any other drivers in the world. They’re free thinkers and uncompromising individuals who don’t let convention dictate their lives or expectations. In many ways, they’re a lot like Eleanor, Charles Rolls, and Henry Royce themselves!

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