The new Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud replaced Silver Dawn as the first post-war model. The body was well designed and the technology (6-cylinder engine) solid. The Silver Cloud II was introduced in 1959 with a few changes: visually almost unchanged but with a brand new V8 aluminum engine. With a capacity of 6,230 ccm the model came with an enormous torque. In typical understated fashion, Rolls-Royce called its 200 PS performance “sufficient”. Since the Silver Cloud II continued having a separate body, special additions were possible and popular.
Our Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II Cabriolet was built in 1961 and immediately received a classic 2-door Cabriolet addition by H.J. Mulliner. Contrary to many future limousine conversions, our Cabriolet was first sold like this. There aren’t many large Cabriolets that can compete with the gorgeous lines and exquisite craftsmanship of this Rolls-Royce.
- front: drum
- rear: drum
- MATCHING NUMBERS
- power steering
- power top
- No conversion, delivered as convertible
- First registration: 1962
No conversion, delivered as convertible