Nostalgia Classic Cars proudly presents you the ultimate British luxurious coupe from the seventies, a perfectly restored 1973 Rolls-Royce Corniche. The car has been painted in elegant bi-color scheme, with champagne body and contrasting black roofline and pillars. In this classic colorway, this Rolls-Royce just oozes tastefulness and class. The interior is finished in equally elegant cream leather with light burl woodrowk on the dashboard. Apart from undeniable luxury, the interior features automatic air condition, original radio with 8-Track player, and unparalleled comfort. Its 6.75L V8 engine is mated to the proven 3-speed GM Turbo Hydramatic automatic transmission, and having covered just 41.954 km, it ensures a smooth, careless ride.

Rolls-Royce Corniche was officially introduced in 1971 as a two-door variant of the hugely successful Silver Shadow, although at first, the car was marketed as Silver Shadow Mulliner Park Ward two door fixed head coupe, or drop head coupe, depending on the body style. After the car was given its own nameplate, it lasted through four generations.

Only the first generation Corniche had a fixed head variant, and it debuted in 1971. A total of just 1090 Rolls-Royce Corniche coupes were built between 1971 and 1987, which makes them quite valuable and desirable today. What adds to its desirability of this ostentatious coupe is a vast number of A-list celebrities who enjoyed driving it: among others, David Bowie, Aristotle Onassis, Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin all had one. A Rolls-Royce Corniche is a rare jewel, especially in such a good condition, and that’s why it’s our pleasure to be able to offer you a chance to own this legendary machine.