In the mid-1960s, Rolls-Royce had switched from its traditional body-on-frame construction to a modern unibody method. This meant that independent coachwork manufacturers almost completely disappeared. The last two coachbuilt Rolls-Royce models were the Silver Shadow coupe and convertible, which debuted in 1966 and 1967 respectively. Muhammad Ali was a huge fan of Rolls-Royce, and purchased this Silver Shadow convertible in 1970 and owned it for six years. The car was bought in 1976 and eventually made its way to Europe, were its now for sale in almost totally original condition. With Rolls-Royce's history of making the greatest cars on the road, this Silver Shadow is truly fit for a champion.