Buy an “increasingly collectible” Bentley for just £3,000
A 37-year old Bentley is to be auctioned on the 20th June with an estimate of just £3,000 to £4,000.
To be auctioned by H&H at the RREC Burghley House sale at Stamford in Lincolnshire, the 1978 Bentley T2 on offer is described as “running and driving but last on the road in 2004”. The dark blue with cream leather upholstery car has 109,000 miles on its clock and 21 service stamps. It has been owned by the Jordanian lawyer and founder of Zu’Bi & Partners His Excellency Hatim Sharif Zu’bi, Hon. G.B.E. since August 1983.
The car has “corrosion evident to the rear wheel arches and an area of rust on the offside wing” and though it is described as “a deserving project” (and also one that will be costly to run and maintain), here is an opportunity to buy a car that is becoming “increasingly collectible”.
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A Bentley bonus….
A gentleman should ever be seen in a Rolls Royce…unless of course he is its chauffeur …
The acquisition of a car like this is a gamble that has the odds in your favour. …
Do you mean “never” instead of “ever”?
sure thing……………..the devil is in the detail!
The best thing I ever did was driving my Bentley mulsane how enjoyed driving that car ,the worst thing was selling it,what a mistake
Why do I find the company of Jordanians so pleasant? So unlike their barbaric neighbours. King Hussein was a wonderful chap and loved us English as we loved him and his gorgeous wife