Talk to the trade and they’ll tell you that demand for Rolls-Royces has stabilised over the past few years – with dealers struggling particularly with Silver Shadows in average condition – but the two-door Camargue’s been quietly bucking the trend. Had you bought a decent one 15 years ago you’d have paid £20k-£25k for the privilege, but nowadays you’ll be shelling out upwards of £30k for the same car, and considerably more for some of the concours
and dealer examples we’ve seen.
THE CCW VIEW
This is a case of the market waking up to a previously underappreciated Rolls-Royce – there was a time when its more angular styling put many a buyer off but now there’s a younger generation of buyers who appreciate what a wonderful combination Crewe craftsmanship, a 6.75-litre V8 and Pininfarina styling is. We reckon that prices could rise a little further still. David Simister