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1971 Rolls-Royce Corniche Drop Head Coupe High bid was $31,000

Reserve price is not met!

 

 

1971 Rolls-Royce Corniche Drop Head Coupe

With Reserve

 

We at Collector Car Canada are proud to have this elegant Magnolia white 1971 Rolls-Royce Corniche Drop Head Coupe on offer, it is available in Montreal.  The term “Drop Head Coupe” was the Rolls-Royce way of signifying the car as a convertible (the hard top Corniche is referred to as a Fixed Head Coupe).  It is equipped with the stock 6.75 litre engine and three-speed automatic transmission sending the power to the rear wheels.  This fine 1971 marks the first model year of the Corniche and was the beginning of a long run, 25 years through 1995.  It is a substantial car, weighing in at over 4,800 lbs.  In addition to the photo gallery, the seller has included an extensive walk-around and driving video, found just before the gallery.

Seller is motivated and hopes to show the car to interested parties, with reasonable 24-hour notice.  Please use the “Contact Seller” button in the adjacent “CCC Vital Info” box to arrange.

 

 

CCC Vital Info – 1971 Rolls-Royce Corniche Drop Head Coupe

Lot – 025
Seller – alexbert (Private)
Seller location – Montreal, Qc H2B
VIN (Chassis) – DRX10620
Odometer – 82,000 miles
Engine Info – 6.75L V8, dual carb, 189 HP
Transmission Info – 3-speed TH-400 automatic
Exterior Colour – Magnolia (white)
Interior Colour – Burgundy
Other features – Air conditioning, Power accessories
Category – British
Model page
Carfax N/A for units prior to model year 1981 (sub-17 digit chassis number)

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Finished in Magnolia over a burgundy interior with matching burgundy soft convertible top.  Wheels are 15” and it is further equipped with disc brakes at all four corners, chrome bumpers, power accessories and the factory AM/FM cassette stereo.  The owner acquired the car some 15 years ago, having added approximately 15,000 miles over his custodianship and recently commissioned a tune up.  The SMITHS odometer reads 83,000 miles.  Seller is representing the car for the owner.

 

The Magnolia exterior with burgundy soft-top also features matching pinstripes, chrome bumpers, matching trademark Rolls-Royce grille, dual headlights and the iconic “Spirit of Ecstasy” hood ornament mounted on the grille.  Seller has included paint meter photos and these are included in the photo gallery.  The car has been retrofitted with a centre high-mounted stop lamp, a.k.a third brake light.

 

The 15” wheels are capped with Rolls-Royce full wheel covers emblazoned with the “RR” crest.  Michelin RADIAL XH white wall rubber is mounted at all four corners.  The full covers conceal the four-wheel discs and this Rolls is equipped with a four-wheel independent suspension with a hydraulic self-leveling system.

On the inside, rich leather and wood abound.  The burgundy hides are thick and free from tears, though the driver’s seat exhibits some creasing in the lumbar area.  In addition to the seats, door interiors and lower dash are also leather covered.  In addition to the wood trim for hard surfaces like the three-spoke steering wheel, there is also generously-appointed chrome throughout the cabin.  Accessories are power-operated.  The stereo is equipped with a graphic equalizer and power antenna in addition to the AM/FM cassette head unit.  Clock is non-functional.

Traditional for a British automobile, gauges are by SMITHS.  Behind the three-spoke wooden wheel and column-mounted shifter is found instrumentation in the form of a 130-mph / 210 km/h speedometer with odometer and trip odometer incorporated within, a 6,000 RPM tachometer with 4,500 RPM red line, fuel gauge, amp-meter, oil pressure gauge and coolant temperature gauge.  The dash is further equipped with warning lights for brakes, fuel, oil and coolant levels.  There are 83,000 miles shown on the SMITHS odometer.

The 6.75 litre engine is constructed primarily of aluminum and features dual carburetors.  It produced 189 horsepower when new.  The original robust three-speed automatic is a TH-400 unit manufactured by General Motors and commissioned during the era by Rolls.  This Drop Head is a rear-drive unit.

1971 Rolls-Royce Corniche Drop Head Coupe High bid was $31,000

Reserve price is not met!

Item condition: Used

Auction expired without reaching reserve price

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Total Bids Placed:

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Highest bidder was: carcrazy

Bidder Name Bidding Time Bid Auto
carcrazy September 1, 2021 9:59 am $31,000
hondaguy August 30, 2021 10:01 pm $29,500
carcrazy August 30, 2021 7:22 am $27,000
hondaguy August 29, 2021 12:42 pm $24,000
carcrazy August 28, 2021 9:07 am $22,000
miked99 August 28, 2021 9:06 am $21,500
carcrazy August 28, 2021 9:04 am $21,000
miked99 August 27, 2021 6:34 pm $12,000
carcrazy August 27, 2021 8:51 am $9,500
Auction started August 25, 2021 5:53 pm

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Chevelleguy

My pension (and wife) will not allow me to bid on this beautiful piece of history. If you have ever ridden in a Rolls you will know that a bid of $24,000 is well below the actual value of this car. I have seen similiar vehicles but NOT in as nice condition sell in excess of $50,000..so head to the bank and get a loan or ask the wife ..or perhaps maybe the wife is the one that wants it…let see what the final price is…my bet $62,500

AlexBert

Please Go Through the Gallery With a Bourbon XO, listening to Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto, Corcovado… AND BID!!!!!!!! Don’t Stop on A Dream!!!!

BID to WIN !!!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-YnyZG8fNU

Last edited 1 month ago by AlexBert
AlexBert

Good Morning PetrolHeads!!! THIS is Alex, Bringing this GEM to CCC Collector Car Canada Enthusiasts. Did You ever own a Rolls-Royce?! Then here is Your Chance to Buy the Most iconic and luxurious Convertible on the Surface of this Earth. You Just can’t leave this Planet without ticking that Box!!

it’s Built Like an 18 wheeler. Strong. Solid. Sturdy. Under the Bonnet: The Big 412 CID. (6.75L) providing, ‘Enough’ Power. Transmission taken From GM, Braking System taken from Citroën. The Best of All worlds, but together.

Take the Best that Exists, and Make it Even Better! (Frederick Henry Royce)… You can Feel it driving the Corniche. The Car For fancy Mansions, huge boulevards. Great Addition to Any Hi-Class Stable.

No car Brings as much Attention, And Proudness and WOWsssss Perfect Summer Car, Wherever You Are. Moshe in Front of the Red See You will Experiment. So Gorgeous, Prepare to Do 3-4 WalkArounds each time You park, to catch the sublimity of the lines, and to say Hello to Eleanor, the iconic hood bonnet / Mascot… Great Lady that You’ll fall in love With.

it Can Be Yours, If the Price is Right!! Come On Down. Open Your Wallet. Deep Enough! And It’s Yours.

PS: If You Have a G-Body Porsche 911 To Trade: We Can Talk)…. This Gem can Be a Down Payment, or the Porsche 911 can Be a downPayment, depending of Situations…)

Have a Nice weekend and Cheers!!!!!!!!!

Last edited 1 month ago by AlexBert
carcrazy

Looks like a nice, I am diving in.