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1957 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud for wedding hire, UK


3 Passengers

1957 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud for weddings and celebration events.


3 Years & Over




Model:                                     1957 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud

Exterior Colour:                    Silver Over Grey

Interior Colour:                     Cream Leather

Passenger Seats:                   2 Rear 1 Front

Passenger Seat Belts:          Available

Minimum Age:                      3 Years & Above

Vehicle Location:                 Thornbury, Gloucestershire

Geographical Availability:   National

Chauffer's Attire:-----,  iiiSmart Suite & Tie or Bespoke

Music:----------------.Your Own Choice of Music

1957 Rolls Royce

Silver Cloud

The Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud was the centerpiece of the Rolls-Royce Motor Cars lineup from April 1955 to March 1966, epitomizing the brand's dedication to luxury and craftsmanship. This model succeeded the Silver Dawn, ushering in a new era of automotive elegance and sophistication. Its arrival marked a significant evolution in Rolls-Royce design, characterized by J. P. Blatchley's fresh and modern approach, which deviated from the pre-war styles and the more derivative design of the Silver Dawn. The Silver Cloud's sleek lines and refined silhouette quickly became emblematic of mid-20th-century luxury motoring.

The transition from the Silver Dawn to the Silver Cloud represented more than just a change in aesthetics; it signalled a technological and structural advancement as well. The Silver Cloud's chassis was constructed from a simple yet robust steel box section, welded for rigidity. This design provided a sturdy foundation while allowing for the continuation of Rolls-Royce's tradition of offering bespoke bodywork. Despite this, most Silver Clouds were fitted with the standard steel body shell produced by Pressed Steel, incorporating lightweight aluminium-based alloy for the doors, bonnet, and boot lid. This combination of materials ensured the vehicle maintained a balance between strength and weight efficiency.

Under the hood, the Silver Cloud was powered by a 155 horsepower six-cylinder engine with inlet-over-exhaust valves, which was later enhanced with twin SU carburettors in September 1957, boosting its performance capabilities. Standard transmission was a smooth four-speed automatic, contributing to the car's reputation for delivering a serene and effortless driving experience. In parallel, the Bentley S1, nearly identical to the Silver Cloud save for its distinctive radiator grille, offered a similar blend of luxury and engineering excellence. This range rationalization allowed Rolls-Royce and Bentley to share technological advancements while maintaining their unique brand identities. The Silver Cloud thus stands as a testament to Rolls-Royce's enduring commitment to innovation and opulence.

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