1951 ROLLS ROYCE WRAITH
Wayne, New Jersey, United States
Technical data for 1951 Rolls-Royce Wraith
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Your are looking at a great looking 1951 Rolls-Royce Wraith that has been modified and converted to Chevystraight6 engine additionally updating with a Chevy automatic transmission, added AC unit, converted the front end to disc breaks. These upgrades value $14k. Changing the all tires to white wall, painted the whole exterior white, renovated the entire interior to white leather (10k value) and adding a Champagne bucket bar with glasses making this car one of the best looking Rolls-Royce Limousines around. Adding this vehicle to your fleet will complete a profitable
The mileageis based on the engine, however I am not sure what is the actual miles on car.
The Wraithwas the first post-warRolls-Royce. It was made from 1946 to 1958 as only a chassis at Rolls-Royce's formerMerlin engineplant, theirCrewe factory, alongside the shorterBentley Mark VI. The Bentley too was available as a chassis for coachbuilders but also for the first time could be bought with a Rolls-Royce built standard steel body.
The straight six-cylinder postwar engine, which had been briefly made for the aborted by warBentley Mark V, replaced conventional overhead valve gear with anF-headconfiguration of overhead inlet valves and side exhaust valves and reshaped combustion chambers. There were new main and big-end bearings and a more efficient drive to the timing gear. To this prewar mix Rolls-Royce added chromed bores. Initially, this engine retained the Mark V's capacity of 4,257cc (259.8cuin) increased from 1951 to 4,566cc (278.6cuin).
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