Specifications

Brand
Rolls-Royce
Model
Corniche
Construction year
1976-06
Mileage
95941 km
Fuel
Gasoline
Transmission
Automatic
Power
142 kW / 193 HP
Bodywork
Coupe
€ 54.900,-

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Color group exterior
Black
Cylinder capacity
6200cm3
Cylinders count
8
Doors count
4
Drive type
Rear
Gears count
3
Has carpass
No
Interior color
Bruin
Is metallic
Yes
Interior color
Bruin
Seats count
5
Upholstery
Full leather

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Comfort

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Infotainment

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Miscellaneous

Safety

Description


 

MATCHING NUMBERS

VIN: CRE 23056

Engine number: 23056

 

ENGINE:

6.2L V8 watercooled with 193 hp

Atmospheric engine with 2 SU carburetors.

Automatic 3-speed transmission (type GM400)


 

BODYWORK:

Bodywork done by Mulliner Park ward.

Once completely repainted, in its original color (black). The finish quality of the paintwork is excellent and almost no use sports or damage visible.

 

INTERIOR:

the vehicle is equipped with the original interior, this is in good condition with a light and beautiful patina. seats, dashboard, and interior panels are in brown leather and show a nice patina. The dashboard and door panels are finished in wood. the floor covering is in black carpet and the roof in beige fabric.

 

 

DOCUMENTATION:

  • Registration Certificate
  • Technical Control Certificate
  • Oldtimer Certificate
  • Full-Service history with all invoices and restoration details
  • Articles about this car in different magazines

 

GENERAL:

The Rolls Royce Corniche 2-door saloon came on the market in 1971 as the successor of the 1966 Silver Shadow 2-door saloon also built by Mulliner Park Ward (that was a coupe version of the 1965 released Silver Shadow 4-door saloon).

Of the Corniche 2-door saloon based on the Silver Shadow Series I 780 units were built from 1971 to 1978, then followed by a facelift model based on the Silver Shadow Series II, totaling 1090 units.

The name of this superb car originally comes from the French word corniche, a coastal road, especially along the face of a cliff, most notably the Grande Corniche along the French Riviera above the principality of Monaco. These cars were hand-built in the great tradition of British bodywork using only top quality materials including Wilton carpets, Connolly leathers, and varnished walnut veneers.