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Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow
Mulliner, Park Ward convertible


Full name

Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow Mulliner, Park Ward convertible

 

Production

- Years of production: from 1966 up to and including 1970
- Number of production: 505
- Percentage of the complete production: 1,2%

 

Chassisnumbers

- The first character of the chassisnumber of the Silver Shadow MPW convertible has been a C until spring 1969; this character was replaced by a D from number 6646; the second character is always a R.
- The right-hand drive Silver Shadow MPW convertible has on the third position always a H, the left-hand drive a X.
- Examples: CRH5011 and DRX9758.
- The first Silver Shadow MPW convertible is CRH1698, the last one is DRX9769.

 

What makes this model unique

- Two doors
- Electrical convertible top
- Chrome trim bumpers
- Flat wheel covers
- Uplifted waistline above the rear wheelarch
- Modified, lower rear side (with regard to 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 convertible could also be delivered with an everflex covered roof and with a two-tone paint scheme



At the front the Silver Shadow MPW convertible is similar to the Silver Shadow MPW 2-door saloon. The wheel covers are the same as those of the 4-door saloon.
Picture: the DRX7062 from 1970.



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 convertible top can electrically be opened.
Picture: the CRX6058 from 1969.



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