The Corniche was a popular Rolls-Royce model designed by John Polwhele Blatchley, the engineer who helped develop the iconic Rolls-Royce silver shadow. The 1972 Rolls-Royce Corniche was a two-door automobile that came in two body styles, a coupe and the more popular convertible. Of the 4,332 Corniche automobiles that Rolls-Royce manufactured, 3,224 were made as convertibles. The Corniche was the perfect balance between luxury and performance. It was equipped with a powerful 6.75-liter V8 engine that put out nearly 220 hp and can reach 120 mph. Furthermore, the three-speed manual transmission and hydraulic suspension ensured that the Corniche drove smoothly and efficiently, and its four-wheel disc brakes gave the car an added level of safety that made it easy to handle, despite the car’s heavy weight.
Looking to purchase a classic Rolls Royce?
Because of its reputation for luxury and excellence, the 1972 Rolls-Royce Corniche is a widely-sought after car. Before you add this car to your automobile collection make sure that you consult an industry professional who can help ensure that you get the car you’re looking for. Having someone inspect your prospective car is a great way to ensure that you receive the model year that you’re looking for. Some of other Corniche model years have minor changes, like an updated carburetor or the switch to fuel injection. An inspector will also be able to assess any wear and tear or structural damage to the automobile, which can save you from buying a car that requires a lot of restoration in the future.
Give the team at the Beverly Hills Car Club a call before making a purchase. They have years of experience working with Rolls-Royce models, as well as other classic cars from around the world, and are happy to provide you with assistance as you search for your dream car. They will be able to answer any questions that you have, as well as help you find the Rolls-Royce model you’ve been waiting for! Give them a call today to get started!
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