Every once in a while there comes on the market, a significant car without a significant price. This one is it. There were just 12 of these imported to compete in the American luxury car market.
Bentley was: displayed inside the International Spy Museum grand opening, Ronald Reagan grand ballroom, National Building Museum, National Portrait Gallery, etc. It has been the subject of many publications, countless high-end weddings (earns $1,000.00 per day when properly marketed) and delivered $100,000.00 worth of Scotch Whiskey (3 bottles) to the Ritz Carlton Georgetown amid triple trumpet fanfare.
|“This Bentley has more than tripled in price since new. With a NADA #1 value of $74,500.00, the future is bright for the next owner of this "movable piece of art".” |
| Year: || 1957 || VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): || B123LEK |
| Mileage: || 56391 || Transmission: || GM Hydra Matic |
| Make: || Bentley || Body Type: || Sedan |
| Model: || S1 Series || Warranty: || Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty |
| Engine: || Bentley || Vehicle Title: || Clear |
| Drive Type: || RWD || Options: || CD Player, Leather Seats |
| Power Options: || Air Conditioning || Exterior Color: || Arctic White |
| Fuel Type: || Gasoline || Interior Color: || Black |
| For Sale By: || Private Seller || Number of Cylinders: || 6 |
| Drive Side: || Left-hand drive |