Rolls-Royce’s Corniche Convertible was introduced in 1970 as a convertible version of the popular Silver Shadow, and remained in production for an impressive 25 years.
Each was built to a clients customer order at Rolls-Royce’s H.J. Mulliner Park Ward coachworks in London, and would take a substantial amount of time to handcraft to stately standards. With only the finest leather used within, the cars were an imposing rolling status symbol.
Not just long lived, the Corniche Convertible was as desirable at the end of it’s 25 year run as it was in the beginning, a testament to its owners taste and success.
This late 1995 Rolls-Royce Corniche Convertible, finished in white, with cream interior, boasts a exceedingly low 38,000 miles from new and being from the last year of production for these iconic and well established cars, it is one of the most desirable models to add to any Rolls-Royce collection.