1972 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow Believed Ex Noddy Holder of Slade for Restoration.
1972 Tax Exempt Rolls Royce Silver Shadow
As you can see, this one is not for the faint hearted.
This appears to be an abandoned restoration project, as she has been partially stripped down and work has been started.
I have had a short run out of the engine, with petrol applied directly at the carburettor and the engine sounded in great shape, but I have not driven her at all, she is not driveable, so can give no warranties whatsoever.
She is a Birmingham registered vehicle and when I acquired her, I was told that there was a possibility that Noddy Holder (Lead singer of Slade) may have been a previous owner. I have not been able to establish this fully; however, I do have an e-mail from a gentleman who informs: "the car did belong to noddy holder I owned it and I had it of the man who bought it of noddy holder I know the man who I brought it of I knew well and he was not lying" [sic]
Owing to the amount of work which needs doing I would suggest that this really is a ‘must come and look at’ vehicle and you are very welcome to come and view; observing strictly the social distancing rules in force.
I have the V5 here and she is registered in my name at my home address.