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Rolls Royce Camargue
The Camargue was the flagship luxury car sold by Rolls Royce from 1975 until 1986. It is considered by many to be the epitome of the Rolls Royce brand, and it was also the most expensive production car in the world during part of the time it was produced. Its retail price would be about half a million dollars when adjusted for inflation.
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The Camargue featured a 6.75 liter V8 engine that was equipped with a Turbo Hydramatic 3 speed transmission made by General Motors. It was not a fast engine, but it had a lot of torque and got the Rolls Royce where it was intended to go.

The Camargue was the first Rolls Royce to be designed by an outside company since before the second World War. It was not nearly as boxy as previous Rolls Royce models, with slightly slanted grill and curved front corners near the headlights.

The Camargue is loaded with luxury features. It was the first car to have automatic dual climate controls, a feature that is still used today in luxury cars.

Only 531 of these cars were produced during its 12 year run. One special order Bentley Camargue was also made during that time. They are still enjoyed today by many wealthy families, especially in the United States and Great Britain. If you are looking to buy a Rolls Royce Camargue, I suggest you try looking on eBay. You'll see one listed every month or so, and you can get a deal if you find it at the right time.

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