The Silver Ghost was rugged, powerful and quiet. It would cruise all day, swallowing up long distances, in comfort and silence. Its quiet and relaxed low-speed operation was ideally suited to restrained and elegant duty under limousine and town car coachwork. This 1924 Rolls-Royce wears an ‘enclosed drive cabriolet body by coachbuilder Windovers Ltd. After completion, it was shipped across the English Channel for display at the 1924 Paris Motor Show. The heart of the Silver Ghost was its magnificent 7-liter engine, side valve, six-cylinder engine equipped with seven-bearing crankshaft and pressure lubrication developing 40/50 horsepower.