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1994 Bentley Brooklands **two Owners, Meticulously Maintained, Must See** on 2040-cars

US $13,300.00
Year:1994 Mileage:119850
Location:

Ankeny, Iowa, United States

Ankeny, Iowa, United States

  BEAUTIFUL 1994 BENTLEY BROOKLANDS

I am the second owner. Original owner traded in on a new vehicle purchase in February of this year. Vehicle has always passed emissions and safety testing in NY. I called the dealership where the car was sold new and serviced for 20 years and they said it was always maintained extremely well and owner never skimped on needed repairs

It is in fantastic condition overall, hard to believe it's 20 years old. Vehicle drives as well as it looks. The 6.75L engine is very smooth, the A/C is colder than you would desire, the burl and walnut wood is in excellent condition, there is no damage history, all paint appears to be original, the painted pinstripe is even in perfect condition. The Yokohama tires look new and I have two keys for the wheels, as well as, three ignition keys. Owner's manuals are included as well.  I replaced the rear spheres approx. 300 miles ago

Only two modifications have been made. DVD/VCR players with screens in the head rests and the headlight bezels are painted to match the car. The car is racing green so it's hard to tell in the pics, but I always have them painted to match the color because it makes these cars look much newer

The few imperfections I can find are the following: There is a very small rust spot developing on the right bottom corner of the rear window, there are some scratches in several of the openings of the wheels due to cleaning with an improper material (very hard to notice), there is light wear on the drivers seat, the seat memory does not appear to work (they never do for some reason), and the front passenger window regulator needs replaced.  I have over 100 pics available.  Contact me for the link

There is a lien on the car and Iowa is an electronic title state which means the title will be printed and mailed to my upon lien being paid off. That process takes approx. 3 days. I received a photo copy of the title and would be happy to forward it, along with my registration to buyer. In addition, I will overnight title to buyer same day it is received

Call/text 515.783.7077 with any questions or offers. I would be happy to pick the buyer up at the airport, or assist in arranging transport, I have a fantastic transport broker


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Bentley one-off limo to feature at Buckingham Palace Coronation Festival

Tue, 09 Jul 2013 08:45:00 EST

Probably the only time a Bentley Mulsanne could come off as somewhat ordinary is when it shares a driveway with the Bentley State Limousine built for Queen Victoria. That's exactly what's going to happen during the Coronation Festival happening in the Buckingham Palace Gardens from July 11-14, where Bentley will show both cars and more.
Outside of the sedans and a few others Bentley is bringing to the festival, the brand from Crewe will provide a glimpse at what goes in them. An outdoor display of "bespoke" craftsmanship will have specialists from the factory demonstrating how to cross-stitch a steering wheel and how to make cross-banded veneers.
There's a press release below with more information, and the queen's car show awaits you later this week.

2013 Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible

Thu, 25 Apr 2013 11:57:00 EST

Loses its Head, Keeps its Bespoke Cool
This is the 10th anniversary of the Bentley Continental GT, the 5,500-pound shim that pried open the market for bespoke luxury at $150K. We're into the second generation of the supercoupe that is still - and we think unfairly - derided as a grossly exaggerated Volkswagen, which to us is like saying the Hulk is just Bruce Banner in a tizzy. There are credible grounds for both statements, but in neither case do they accurately convey the chasm between the alpha and the omega.
Nevertheless, checking off the list of updated models brings us to the Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible, the moderately augmented version of the non-Speed GTC. Back to the notion of unfairness, it's probably just that to say the GT Speed Convertible is only "moderately" changed. It did, after all, take Bentley three years to engineer the changes that separate your 'basic' Bentley from the Speed variant, and although they might be imperceptible, they are numerous.

2014 Bentley Flying Spur

Tue, 21 May 2013 11:57:00 EST

Redefining Super Luxury On A Shrinking Planet
Anyone on Earth with access to the Internet, a television or radio for the last 20 years knows that China is no longer the poor stronghold for strict Communist ideals that it was for much of the 20th Century. (Well, at least not in some places.) Traveling to China twice in less than a month - first to Shanghai for a very international auto show and now to Beijing to drive and review the 2014 Bentley Flying Spur - I've learned that there's no lack of personal wealth, at least in two of the world's largest cities.
And yet, even I think the scene before me is a little bit ridiculous. Here I am, slowly climbing up a hillside to reach a fortification at something called Zhuanduo Pass, where roughly a dozen pristine examples of Western decadence sit idling their hand-built 12-cylinder engines in the shadow of China's revered and awesome Great Wall. Not five kilometers south of here, I'd passed an old man in traditional all-black garb, literally carrying a bundle of sticks on his back from one side of a village to the other. Now as I look through the snug-fitting and silent side glass of the my $200,000+ palace on wheels, I'm more apt to see fat German tourists crisping in the hot Chinese sun while blowing the equivalent of an average Chinese monthly paycheck on lunch and a few Great Wall souvenirs.