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Chassis number DRG32485 was ordered by Rolls Royce of Beverly Hills on the 14.06.77 and was delivered on the 15th August 1978. After 18 years in California the Corniche returned to the UK in 1996. In 1999 the car was sold and shipped to the Isle of Man to its new owner who has owned the car ever since. The car retains its original Porcelain White coachwork. The interior, trimmed in Persian Blue hide with mountain Blue carpets and matching lamb’s wool over rugs. The interior retains its original audio set-up with Blaupunkt radio cassette. Presented in exceptional condition throughout.
£45.00095,000 Mi 01/1978
£269.950821 Mi 01/2016
The very last right hand drive Bentley Azure to come out of the factory, making this a very unique and desirable car to own.
£139.9504,000 Mi 06/2003
This Mulliner driving specification Bentley Continental GT V8 S is a clean and fine example.
£91.95012,000 Mi 08/2014
First registered in March of this year on a 17/17 plate, this beautiful Dark Sapphire Blue VAT Qualifying Bentley has a wonderful specification
£219.99025 Mi 03/2017
A cousin of the Rolls Royce Silver Cloud II, the Bentley S2 debuted in September 1959, carrying an all-new, powerful aluminium overhead-valve V-8 engine. While Rolls-Royce, Bentley’s parent firm, had long disdained the publication of horsepower ratings, the new V-8 was estimated to produce about 178 horsepower and, due to lower weight, made both the Silver Cloud II and S2 faster and quicker than their immediate predecessors.
The Camargue was fitted with the 6750cc V8 engine and was based on the Silver Shadow’s floorpan. However, the car was longer, wider and heavier than the Silver Shadow. Designed by Paolo Martin at Pininfarina.
£49.95052,000 Mi 01/1980
Metallic Diamond Black With Jubilee Silver, Upgrades - Starlight Headliner, Drivers Assistance Systems Two, Alloy Wheels - 21in 5 Spoke Part Polished,
£224.9502,500 Mi 01/2017