General description :
1997 Bentley Brooklands Light Pressure Turbo.
Registration number: 888EAM (Plate not included in sale)
Vin Number: SCBZE20C6VCH60007
Owned from new by Mr Moulton, The inventor of Hydrolastic suspension. This car is utter perfection & as good as any we have seen. It has covered 35,000 miles from new & is in as new condition having been always garaged from new.
The service history is extensive & comprehensive with no less then 21 service stanps in the book all from main dealers P & A Wood & Broughtons of Cheltenham. There is also correspondence from Paul Wood to Mr Mouton discussing the adjustable suspension settings on the car.
The paint is flawless British Racing green. To the interior is sandstone hide, again in unmarked & perfect condition. Woodwork is Burr Walnut & carpets are green. The car sits on 4 unmarked alloy wheels.
Simply put: This is a car that shines & stands out from lesser examples. It is complete perfection & a testament to the fastidious long term ownership. It still has a new car feel to it. If you are looking for the best for sure this car is worth your consideration.
1997 Bentley Brooklands is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Essex by Prestige House for Not priced.
Car type : CarMake : BentleyModel : BrooklandsEngine size : 0.0Model Year : 1997Sub type : Race/Rally CarLocation : EssexVehicle Registration : Undefined
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Before becoming a mere subsidiary to Rolls-Royce, Bentley was an independent Automaker famous for the "fastest lorries in the world" e.i Bentley 4½ Litre.
Good ol' Bentley boys (A group of wealthy British motorists, mainly Woolf Barnato, Sir Henry "Tim" Birkin, steeplechaser George Duller, aviator Glen Kidston, S.C.H. "Sammy" Davis, and Dr Dudley Benjafield ) -in their trusty Bentley cars- took four consecutive victories at 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1924, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930
In 1931 Bentley was taken over British Central Equitable Trust that later proved to be a front for Rolls-Royce Limited. Unhappy with his role at Rolls-Royce, W.O. Bentley left the company when his contract expired in 1935 duly joining Lagonda. This was beginning of which ultimately led Bentley cars to become more or less badge-engineered Rolls-Royce.