Model: Corniche III
Body Type: 2-door convertible (Drop Head Coupe), LHD
Coach Builder: Mulliner, Park Ward
Body Color: White
Upholstery: Cream leather
We always have more than a few Corniche cars. One of the best-conditioned examples has come into our inventory.
Ever called the world’s top-end convertible, Rolls-Royce Corniche made a debut in 1967 named as Silver Shadow Mulliner Park Ward Drophead Coupe or Sports Saloon (for the fixed head coupe). After the 1971 model, with the engine capacity enhanced from 6,230 cc to 6,750 cc as a significant specification change, Both the drop head and Fixed head coupe models were given the name “Corniche”.
After 1976, the model progressed to have big bumpers standardized as of the U.S.A. spec cars and airdam and other small changed added in a stepwise fashion. In 1981 fixed head Corniche dropped from the production. In 1986 Fuel injection and modernized upholstery were introduced to have the name Corniche II.
Corniche III was announced in 1989 to be sold from 1990 having computer control over the engine to the suspension.
This1991 Cornich III has white body and cream leather, the popular bright color scheme attracts ladies owners who are recently growing in numbers. Very special Rolls-Royce to everyone’s eye. We would say this Corniche is on the top condition level of all the Corniche cars available in Japan now.
Mechanically modern inside including the air conditioner and other facilities. You can enjoy both the classical elegance and the modern comfort ride combined on this car. Simply the ultimate modern classic.