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A 1967 Rolls Royce with a flame job, leopard interior, and (presumably fake) side pipes is something I never knew I wanted in my life until now... But while $25,000 is cheap by Rolls Royce standards, it’s not quite cheap enough, you know?

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Here’s a 1947 Silver Wraith for $22,750. It’s got a divisional window and wood trim and everything! It looks like either a survivor or an older restoration since it’s for the most part very nice, but the paint on the fenders appears to have seen better days. On the plus side, that means you could probably just drive it and enjoy it without worrying too much about keeping it nice.

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Illustration for article titled Browsing cheap Rolls Royces is always fun.

Or a 1960 Silver Cloud II for $17,500... They claim the body on this one is as straight and rust-free as you could possibly want, though a few other bits here and there may need some work. Particularly those wheels. They just look out of place, and not in a good way.

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Illustration for article titled Browsing cheap Rolls Royces is always fun.

Or this 1957 Silver Wraith for $9,500 that’s... um... missing a few things. The ad says it comes with a few miscellaneous parts, and I WOULD CERTAINLY HOPE SO. Other than that, they say it should be a good restoration candidate.

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Illustration for article titled Browsing cheap Rolls Royces is always fun.

And finally, the cheapest one I could find, a ‘79 Silver Shadow for $6,500. Salvage title. Bad vinyl roof. But a Rolls nonetheless. I want to Safari it.

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That is all.

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