Rolls-Royce Camargue, 1975, LHD. Finished in Dark Blue with a Grey leather interior. Sergio Pininfarina designed and Mulliner Park Ward build. 1 of only 534 produced! (including 4 testvehicles and 4 prototypes). This Camargue is in fair condition and drives well indeed. At the time the Camargue was the most expensive car ever built, almost triple the price of a Silver Shadow! It was build to celebrate and commemorate the successes of the Rolls-Royce aeronautical division. It was Rolls-Royces first ever car designed to metric dimensions. The worlds first completely automatic split-level air conditioning system allowed the choice of different variations of temperature for the upper and lower parts of the interior. We believe the Camargue to be a sound investment for the future. This particular Camargue does need work to make it pristine. E.g. woodwork needs overvarnishing, some technique. Ask us for details.