Rolls-Royce Camargue

1979, JRH32273, Paprika

The colour Paprika was a special design for the Camargue. The interior of this car is coloured Stone.
In February 2008 this car had covered only 57,000 miles. The first owner was Basil Thwaithes who started the now international company of Thwaites Dumpers in 1937. Mr. Thwaites had the reputation of ensuring that his cars where washed on a regular basis; in fact he would make the youngest test driver wash his car every Wednesday and Saturday morning. The young gentleman to whom this responsibility was given, is still employed by Thwaites.
In February 2008 the car was for sale in North Wales in the UK.
In 2010 the Camargue found a new owner in Brazil and was shipped to Rio de Janeiro.


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