The Rarest Rolls-Royce of one of the creators of James Bond films is looking for a new owner

One of three existing Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud I from the body studio HJ Mulliner sell in the UK for 300 thousand pounds.

It is known that this specimen belonged to Sir Ken Adam – the production designer of 11 films about James Bond in the 1960-1970s. On March 11, 2017, Adam died at the age of 96. Relatives of the artist, who created interiors for iconic films, sell his property. In particular, at the auction Cheshire Classic Cars put up for sale right-handed retro car, which Adam owned since 1975.

As reported by The Sun, the car is in excellent condition: it was repainted in white, but retained the original red leather interior with wool rugs and inserts made of natural wood.

Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud I is equipped with a six-cylinder engine with a capacity of 178 hp with a volume of 4.8 liters.