The Rolls-Royce Corniche replaced the Silver Shadow convertible and coupe in 1971. The name was derived from the Grand Corniche. the famous touring road high above the Mediterranean between Nice and Monte Carlo. The design was by Mulliner Park Ward and it took four months to build. with two weeks alone being spent creating the convertible top. The hand-finished. non-production car was powerful and elegant. In 1977. the Corniche II was introduced. with the major mechanical difference being the rack-and-pinion steering. Alloy and rubber bumpers replaced earlier chrome ones. An aluminum radiator was substituted. and an oil cooler and a bi-level air conditioning system were added. This Corniche II is powered by a 6750cc overhead valve V8 engine developing 240 horsepower. There is a Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection system and hydraulic disc brakes in both the front and rear. The odometer shows just 16. 70 documented miles on the odometer and is one of only 1. 34 Corniche IIs produced.
Priced for a fast sell!! I will let it go for 50k . For more photos and details you can reach me at denand37@gmail. com
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from Denise, dated 27 july 2014 I like your car. Do you still have it for sale?
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