– 1 of only 526 examples produced
– Masons Black with St George’s Red double coach-line and Ebony hide
– All woodwork has been recently refurbished
– Factory fuel injection
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, the Camargue was the first post war Rolls-Royce that was not designed in house. An unusual feature was the famous radiator which tilted forward four degrees from vertical.
At the time of its launch, the Rolls-Royce Camargue was the company’s flagship vehicle and the most expensive production car in the world at the cost of £83,132.
Our late model Rolls-Royce Camargue is delightfully presented in Mason’s Black with a contrasting St George’s Red double coach-line which subtly breaks up the cars appearance. The seats are upholstered in a supple Ebony hide and a luxurious Lambs wool over rug lines the floor. All of the beautiful woodwork on the dashboard and door cappings etc have been recently refurbished.
The Rolls-Royce Camargue is an extremely pleasant daily driver thanks to its 6750cc, V8 engine and 3-speed automatic gearbox. Gear changes are smooth and the ride is comfortable. All usual luxury refinements are standard on this model which when new, was the most expensive production car in the world.