Instead of the new Kia in the United States offer drift Silver Shadow IIMay 30, 2019
A small car dealer The Classic Gallery from Southport in Connecticut offered its customers to purchase an extremely unusual car – a 40-year-old Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II limousine.
For the British classic car company asks for very little money – $ 19,900. Approximately the same in the States is a new compact sedan Kia Forte, and in Russia – its “brother» Kia Cerato in the middle set.
It would seem that there is nothing of this kind if the old Rolls-Royce were not a racing car specially prepared for drifting. Its standard 6.75 V8 engine is supplemented with a Bullseye Power turbine, and instead of an automatic transmission, a 4-speed manual gearbox is coupled to it with a clutch from the Mustang. The front bumper of the limousine is flaunted by the intercooler carried forward due to the lack of space under the hood, the wheels of the four-door car are 19-inch from Porsche Panamera.
Fully and other improvements like the welded rear differential, lowered suspension and adjustable shock absorbers. In the cabin, instead of the standard seats, there are Sparco racing buckets, and the dashboard is redone. The back sofa covered with red leather is preserved in its original form. By the way, at the last resale last year, this car was worth almost half the price – $ 11,000.
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