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Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow
Mulliner, Park Ward 2-door saloon


Full name

Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow Mulliner, Park Ward 2-door saloon

 

Production

- Years of production: from 1966 up to and including 1970
- Number of production: 568
- Percentage of the complete production: 1,3%

 

Chassisnumbers

- The first character of the chassisnumber of every Silver Shadow MPW 2-door saloon is a C and the second is a R.
- The right-hand drive Silver Shadow MPW 2-door saloon has on the third position always a H, the left-hand drive a X.
- Examples: CRX6149 and CRH9543.
- The first Silver Shadow MPW 2-door saloon is CRH1148, the last one is CRX9767.

 

What makes this model unique

- Two doors
- Chrome trim bumpers
- Flat wheel covers
- Uplifted waistline above the rear wheelarch
- Modified, lower rear side (with regard to the 4-door saloon)
- 1 Inch lower than the 4-door saloon
- No side garnish
- Round reversing lights on the boot lid
- No identificaton plate at the rear

 

Further details and special features

- The car followed all modelchanges of the Silver Shadow
- The Silver Shadow MPW 2-door saloon could also be delivered with an everflex covered roof and with a two-tone paint scheme



At the front can hardly be seen that this is a two-door saloon or you are able to see that this car is one inch lower.
Picture: the CRX2584 from 1967.



The Silver Shadow MPW 2-door saloon has similar to the Silver Shadow the round reversing lights on the boot lid. Further this model has no identification plate at the rear. The car on the picture has the two-tone colour scheme. The ventilated wheel covers are not original.
Picture: the CRH1633 from 1966.



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