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If it's a Rolls-Royce you're looking for, you can find a lot of them at our online auctions. Do you really have the time it takes to handle the sale or purchase of a Rolls-Royce on your own? If the answer is "No" then why not let us at Kvdcars do the whole job for you? You can avoid having to spend a lot of time and effort when you sell your Rolls-Royce through Kvdcars. We do it all for you including washing and detailing your car, showing it to potential buyers and informing them of the car's condition as reported in our extensive inspection of the vehicle. In short, the entire sales process. We do all the advertising, the paperwork necessary for transfer of ownership, we deliver the car to its new owner and all you have to do is wait for the quick and secure payment to your account.

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There are few car brands, if any, that symbolize exclusivity as Rolls-Royce does. Who has not heard the parable of "Rolls-Royce of watches" or "Rolls-Royce of motor boats"? Today, Rolls-Royce is owned by German car manufacturer BMW, but the history of the ancient British make began in the early 1900s when Charles Stewart Rolls and Frederick Henry Royce began manufacturing passenger cars.

In its birth, the brand only produced cars but then began developing marine engines and propellers, among other things. The vast majority of people who have flown today have been carried through the air by modern jet engines signed Rolls-Royce in both Western and Russian aircraft models. Significant to Rolls-Royce is that the car models were still manufactured in very small volumes and it was not until the introduction of the Silver Shadow model that the volumes became larger when the car model was manufactured in over 30,000 copies over a period of 20 years, between 1965 - 1980.

The story of Rolls-Royce is a tale of both ups and downs. The company has been financially strained for many periods. In the late 1960s, the situation began to become acute and the company went bankrupt in 1973 but was later reconstructed and acquired by British aircraft manufacturer Vickers in 1980.

The modern Rolls-Royce that we know today took its form in the mid-1990s when a joint development program with BMW was launched. The first model was introduced in 1998, the Silver Seraph, and fitted with BMW's V12 engine. A design, which, unlike contemporary Mercedes-Benz V12 engine (its closest competitor), took out significantly lower power and used single overhead camshaft and two valves per cylinder. But this contributed to significantly lower emissions, operating costs and fuel consumption. Recognition for the technology did not last long and the engine was selected as the "International Engine of the Year" in 1999 by a jury of motor journalists around the world, one of the strongest arguments being precisely impressively low consumption figures for the size and performance of the engine. It was at this point that the Rolls-Royce brand once again became a player to be counted on in its narrow class of very expensive luxury cars.

Comparable cars are not many in number, but Mercedes-Benz made a major effort in the early 2000s to revive Maybach as a direct competitor to Rolls-Royce and Bentley. Maybach received very good reviews from the journalist corps, but it became a venture that did not work out well and the mark was subsequently dropped. Total sales of cars from Rolls-Royce have steadily increased during the 2000s with one exception - the financial crisis in 2009. In 2005, 796 cars were sold and in 2018 the number was up to 4,107. Then, the model program has also been significantly expanded and nowadays manufactures sedans with four doors, convertibles, SUVs and coupe models.