Rolls Royce Silver Cloud III 1963.psd
The Silver Cloud III is a late-production model that is ideal for touring and is the ideal entry-level car for any Rolls-Royce Owners Club event. This luxury car is a great investment and would make an excellent first car. Listed below are some of the features you should look for in this car.
The body of this vehicle is made of metal. The front end is upholstered in leather, and the seats are reclining. In addition to the soft-top, the interior was fitted with black leather upholstery. The seats were angled backwards, with the headrests placed on the outside of the car. A chrome badge on the boot reads 'Rolls Royce Silver Cloud III'. This badge is not always visible in US models.
The first major change to the Silver Cloud was the rear window demister, which replaced the chrome ones. The rear window was lowered, and the radiator grille was wider. The interior was also redesigned to provide better ventilation. It was the last mainstream Rolls Royce to use a body-on-frame construction. The majority of Cloud IIIs were wrapped in standard steel factory bodies. The Cloud gave British coachbuilders a final chance to flourish.