The Sbarro Camargue is a customised Rolls-Royce Camargue from 1980.
This car was originally a standard 1978 car, chassis No. JRX31741,but was later created for a fan of Rolls-Royce in the Middle East.
The car has an electronic folding roof, retractable roof, folding windscreen and missing doors.
The car was bought for about £ 83.122 by an Arabian Sheikh who loved falconry. In May 1980 he brought the car to the Swiss designer Franco Sbarro. The colourscheme is midnight blue with an orange connolly leather interior, newly refinished bird's eye maple veneers and custom aluminium wheels.