From today to Sunday the annual Goodwood Revival with beautiful classic racing cars and many more worth seeing cars in the paddock will take place in Goodwood/UK. Rolls-Royce will also be exhibiting there at the ‘March Motor Works’ stand. This is designed in the style of the Rolls-Royce motor show stands from the early 1960s. On display are two vehicles from the Silver Cloud series. One of which is also used as a car for guests of the Race Course Director. They will then be able to experience the soft driving comfort, which was already compared to a magic carpet when this model was new.
The permanent exhibit is a Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud I Drophead Coupé from 1959. With its two-tone paint finish in black and red, the black hood and the cream-colored leather interior with matching hood cover make this model stand out particularly well in its rare H.J. Mulliner design. Meanwhile the second vehicle mentioned above stands only now and then in the paddock and is to be seen otherwise on the race course. It is a Silver Cloud II with long wheelbase from 1961. The first owner also ordered a two-tone finish in ‘Sage Green’ over ‘Smoke Green’. So far it covered only a mileage of about 9,500 miles. Some more will be added during the Goodwood Revival.