This 1967 Bentley spent some years in the aristocratic surroundings of Chirk Castle, before travelling to New York and Florida, returning to the UK in 1990. Current owner purchased the car in 1991 and has enjoyed it for over 20 years. Body, brakes and suspension were restored, the car only covering 2500 miles since. Drives well with all electrics functioning, the wood is restored to a mirror finish while the car still retains the original patina. Original build sheets declare that the driver’s seat was made to bespoke measurements. Features include cross ply tyres, the Chippendale dash and picnic tables, opening front quarter lights and chunky chrome door pulls. Large history file contains MOTS back to ’90 as well as a parking ticket from New York City in ’89! Also present are a stack of receipts and old tax discs.

Sold for £7,950 at our July 2013 Classic Car Auction