Hello, I just came into possession of a 1979 Silver Shadow II 75th anniversary edition. Beautiful car and can't wait to drive it. Problem is last guy let it sit for 3 years and said the brakes don't work. I have a restoration guy who has done numerous Bentleys but this is his first Rolls. He has dug into it for quite a while and runs great now, but it needs a master cylinder and brake lines. His normal part guy in europe says he doesn't have any and won't be able to get any for a year. That seems incorrect to me as a google search to places like flying spares has several listed. However someone on another forum is telling us this particular car doesn't have a master cylinder so it is creating mass confusion. Is there anyone on here who can help us in this matter and perhaps point us in the right direction? All I get from facebook pages is "take it to a rolls royce person or it will cost you more money in the long run". While that may be good advice my guy has over 40 years experience restoring antique cars and we are doing it as a family project for the kids so we would like to do it on our own as much as possible. Any help would be appreciated.