The driver enjoyed a fascia with distinctive styling features taken over from light aircraft. It might be noted that there was no coolant temperature gauge, the manufacturer had considered a warning light to be sufficient. Obviously Rolls-Royce had decided to position their owner-driver Camargue on top of their model-hierarchy. That position up to then had been occupied by the
Rolls-Royce Phantom VI, a car that demanded to employ a chauffeur.
Rapidly changing economic conditions - not least the ‚oil-crisis' of the
early 70ies - where a reason that customers re-aligned their orientation
on new parameters. With a production figures of merely some 500 cars over
a production period of 10 years the Rolls-Royce Camargue was a most
exclusive automobile. Looking back over two or even three decades this, of
course, was no disadvantage. For the discriminating few who had invested
in the most expensive production model from Rolls-Royce didn't ever
consider to spare as regards maintenance or repairs. The vast majority of
these cars were kept in immaculate condition. Because of this almost all
of those Rolls-Royce Camargue, which are offered nowadays from time to
time are a touch of class superior to 'mainstream models'.
The Rolls-Royce Camargue shown here is offered for sale at a price of
39.800 EURO; enquiries by e-mail to
firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to +49-231-416612.