Back in November, we headed over to Hintlesham Hall to photograph our opulent 1973 Rolls Royce Corniche with our friend Giles, who was our talented
Our 1973 two-door Rolls Royce Corniche is up for sale at Silverstone Auctions where we hope it’ll find its new owner. The live auction is scheduled to be on the 31st July.
Take a look at the full shoot:
Back in November, we headed over to Hintlesham Hall to photograph our opulent 1973 Rolls Royce Corniche with our friend Giles, who was our talented model and driver for the shoot.
This stunning gold and brown classic is a spacious and dreamy drive, perfect for the road trip and country get away.
This car is currently up for sale with us and could be yours! You can read more about it here.
What better way to float along the road, than in your Willow Gold Rolls Royce Corniche.
A month or so back we went out to Hintlesham Hall to shoot this stunning Rolls Royce Corniche which we currently have listed for sale.
Sympathetically restored by Bridge Classic Cars’ master vehicle technicians, any poor condition metalwork has been replaced with fresh metal, prior to a full respray. We repainted the car in original Willow Gold but opted to complement this with dual-tone Wendy Brown lower sections.
The interior is a lovely place to be and we have completed no works in this area. The Magnolia seats piped in brown and the woodwork is aged to compliment the whole car. Comes with lambswool over mats. It also has the benefit of LPG but we have not tested this and it will be tested prior to sale. If required, we can remove the LPG system.
The 8-track player and radio are in situ.
The engine and gearbox are superb. There are no unwanted noises from anywhere on this car. She is silky smooth and changes gear effortlessly.
Although not required, it will be MOT’d prior to collection after sale. She has an extensive history and has covered just 71,000 miles from new.
You can find out more here.
We have decided to alter the styling of our 1973 Rolls Royce Corniche by introducing a lower layer of Wendy Brown.
All of the corrosion that has developed over the years has now been properly addressed. New metal has been let in where old metal has been cut out. All areas have been properly treated before the two-tone paint application has been applied.
Today we visited the lovely town of Peacehaven, Brighton to collect our 1973 Rolls Royce Corniche.
The car will go through our workshops to be prepared ready for a place in our wonderful showroom.
More images will follow soon but in the meantime if you would like to know more about the car please feel free to get in touch.
If you have a classic to sell, we can offer this service for very modest commission rates. The commission will cover point of sale, liaising and front of house with all potential buyers, marketing and advertising worldwide and any warranty claims that may come out of the sale.