Just 72 examples were built over an 18 month period, 25 in RHD, and believed just one of 10 cars sold to the UK market makes this model extremely rare and collectable. It was delivered new to a Mr S Bruce of Uxbridge who clearly liked the car as he kept it for 10 years.
The car is finished in royal ebony paintwork with a sandstone leather interior & black carpets. Unusually the car was specified with a piano wood black dash board & accents as opposed to the more usual machine turned aluminium.
Beautifully maintained from new the car has no less than 17 dealer stamps in the book. Some large bills come with the car from noted dealers P & A Wood. Additionally in 2020 at 54,823 miles a further £6,853 was spent on a major service of the car which has now covered just 56,000 miles.
Converting the roof to open mode is a simple case of releasing the electronic roof lock by turning a console mounted button & lifting off the twin roof panels that then stow neatly under the floor of the boot. Putting them back on is equally simple. The car sits on four polished chrome alloys that were specified on the car from new & set the car off beautifully contrasting against the black paint.
The car comes with all its original books, papers & keys as when new along with its leather book pack folder. Definitely one for the serious Bentley collector or enthusiast, the car wants for nothing & is ready for immediate extended use.