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1977 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II

1977 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II in Lethal Weapon 3, Movie, 1992 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK — Made for: USA

1977 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II

Position 01:14:54 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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wickey SK

2005-12-15 14:22

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if it was sedan, than it is silver shadow II

antp BE

2005-12-15 14:35

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What was the old name? I am not sure that it was a sedan actually

wickey SK

2005-12-15 17:03

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than it was corniche II
from this angle it is hard to see :(

-- Last edit: 2005-12-15 17:03:35

antp BE

2005-12-15 17:23

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I remember a convertible but I am really not sure. This image was added in the old version of the site, so the "sedan" category has been selected later. I'll check on the DVD this evening.

antp BE

2005-12-15 20:04

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I checked using the DVD: no better external view of the car. For sure it is not a convertible, but I do not know if it is a coupé or a sedan, maybe you'll be able to guess it using these pictures:
[Image: 0114579du.523.jpg] [Image: 0114583fn.6966.jpg]

wickey SK

2005-12-15 21:08

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from second pic looks like sedan to me.. What does the others mean???

silvawraith2 HK

2007-04-30 18:35

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It is a Silver Shadow II. From the front, the coachbuilt cars did not have the vertical "crease" on the wingline. This car was badly repainted (by the studio?) -- just look at the overspray on the components underneath!

parkward US

2011-04-15 03:42

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It is a Silver Shadow II NOT because of SILVAWRAITH2's comment "no vertical crease on the wing line" - Nonsense, coachbuilt cars had this too. The reasons are:
1) The dash is higher over the driver. Only Shadow IIs had this. Shadow "1s" were the same height across the dash.
2) The passenger sunvisor is unclipped. Only Shadfow IIs had these visors. Shadow 1 sunvisors were fixed.
3) It is not a Wraith II as it has the larger reare window. You would see a lower roof line otherwise
4) By the number of roof-ling support bars it is a sedan and not a 2-door coupe.

Ta-da! There you go. Ask me more!

jettalover US

2011-04-15 04:18

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Great knowledge parkward!

parkward US

2011-04-15 05:02

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Just found this website. I am just being a "smarty-pants" with 30 years of RR & Bs

parkward US

2011-04-15 05:02

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www.park-ward.com

Ford_Guy US

2011-12-26 10:57

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I couldn't find this vehicle in my copy. Was this part of a deleted scene?

antp BE

2011-12-26 14:24

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I have the Lethal Weapon movies in Director's Cut. So it is possible that this scene is not in the theatrical release. But I would not count it as deleted scene ;)

dsl SX

2017-11-08 00:34

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No headlamp wipers so Feb 77 to July 78 only.

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