Rose" is an extremely rare and stunning 1969 Rolls Royce Pre Corniche / Silver Shadow Mulliner Park Ward Two Door Drop Head Coupe Right Hand Drive (Pre-Corniche Convertible) in excellent condition, extremely well maintained and has been meticulously and completely renewed everything mechanical ~ full documentation with maintenance, repair and history records dating back to 1970 are available.
This beauty is a multiple concourse winner and featured on the cover of Rolls Royce & Bentley classic elegance by Paul W. Cockerham.
Rose came from Scotland and has made the west coast her home since 1983, she has had four previous owners who took excellent care of her.
This beautiful Mulliner Park Ward Rolls Royce, with its incredible stance, is in ruby red with beige interior and is one of 109 right-hand drives made. Exquisitely handcrafted and constructed with pride that can only come from craftsman who knew they were building the best car the work had yet seen.
Ready to be enjoyed by an owner who appreciates the luxurious and exceptional experience that only Rolls Royce can offer. Please contact Heidi, she will be more than happy to supply you with additional details and answer any questions you may have.
Price: $65,000 OBO
The car was taken to Europe after the champ sold it
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