Starting from 1965 there was no longer a separate chassis for the new Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow. Thus, the time of the individual bodies was over. In autumn 1967 Rolls-Royce started offering the long-missing convertible. It was built by Mulliner/Park Ward on its own. This specialized company has been part of the group for quite some time. In March 1971, a revised convertible with the name 'Corniche' was presented. Of these, 587 left-hand drive vehicles were built. For the first time there was a tachometer in a Rolls-Royce. Until 1995, this very successful convertible remained in program, then long since matured into a coveted classic.
Our Rolls-Royce Corniche was delivered in June 1975 to Florida/USA. After being in second hand in the US, the classic car has been based in northern Germany since July 2007. The car looks great in its color combination (paint: mediterranean blue, leather: cream, soft top, cream). The technical condition is high quality. The Corniche is registered. So get in and enjoy the ride!