SILVER SPECTER SHOOTING BRAKE
The term shooting brake has its roots full of heritage in England from 19th century.
A brake was a big cart without body work used for training young horses. In a shooting brake, the rear passengers were sitting face to face with their hunting dogs and weapons.
During the 1920’s and 1930’s, high end motorcars were converted into prestigious transport vehicles for aristocrat hunters.
From the 1950’s the shooting brake turned to bespoke luxurious sports car. It was mostly two doors coupé, with station wagon capabilities to enable to transport of firearms and hunting trophy.
Nowadays, that heritage lives on in our exclusive Silver Specter.
We have 50-years of experience in design and production of some of the most exclusive cars on the planet. The Silver Spectre Shooting Brake’s proportions are genuinely striking.
The graceful lines were built by our skilled master-caochbuilders. The shapes of this design link heritage model with modern design. The voluminous surfaces and affluent shapes of the body are especially noteworthy. Some parts are genuine pieces-of-art such as the crafted trim piece surrounding the side rear windows.
This frame honors important historical cars of high-end British brands. It distinguishes Silver Specter Shooting Brake from the OEM base vehicle and emphasizes her elegance.
With this unique vehicle, the pinnacle of exclusivity is almost reached. You can be absolutely sure you won’t come across the same model in the street.
We will hand-craft only seven cars for the world.
PLEASE NOTE :
Carat Duchatelet is specialist in the conversion of vehicles exclusively supplied by their owners. These vehicles are marketed by their original manufacturer, notably under the following non-exhaustive brands: “Roll-Royce”, “Wraith”, “Phantom”, ‘’Cullinan’’. We do not hold any trademark rights on these terms. These terms and the related trademark rights are the property of Bayerische Motoren Werke AG and/or Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited and economically related companies. Carat Duchatelet does not maintain any commercial links, is not part of the distribution network and is not a subsidiary or an economically linked company of these companies.