Introduced in 1975, the Camargue was indisputable the top of the line in Rolls-Royce's luxury offering. A two-door coupe named for the vast delta of the Rhone River in the South of France, its distinct design set it apart as an exclusive and highly desirable personal luxury car with enhanced performance from its 412 cubic inch V-8 engine. In 1979 the Camargue was updated with the Silver Spirit's new semi-trailing arm independent rear suspension with coil springs and automatic leveling. Camargue was the first car in the world offered with dual level automatic climate control. It has a low grille, integrated headlights and simple, clean lines. This 1980 Camargue is a particularly fine example showing just 45,000 miles on its odometer and evidencing a history of continuous, meticulous care and attention. Liveried in champagne gold with beige leather piped in brown with complementary brown carpets, its equipment included matching brown Mouton overrugs and a top of the line Panasonic AM-FM-CD. It runs and drives well, has been regularly serviced and comes with a complete set of books. The paint is exceptional and the interior shows only a little bit of wear to the driver's seat bolster from entry and exit. It is an outstanding example of a rare, limited production, exclusive Rolls-Royce of which only about 530 were built during its eleven years production.