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The Bentley Brooklands was introduced in 1992 by parent Rolls-Royce as part of a rationalization of the pre-existing Bentley range, replacing two earlier models. Whilst still very much a full-size luxury saloon, it had a performance edge with a sports suspension setup and adaptive damping control, albeit the 6.75-litre Rolls-Royce V8 engine fitted to the car did not carry the turbocharger found on more powerful models. In 1998, a final derivative of the Brooklands model was announced - the Brooklands R Mulliner. This featured a suspension upgrade (‘R’=Roadholding package, borrowed from the Turbo R model), five-spoke alloy wheels and the engine was fitted with a “light-pressure” turbo, boosting power output to a claimed 300 bhp. These cars were specially trimmed, furnished and badged and a limited run of only 100 vehicles were made, before production of the Brooklands ceased at the end of that year. This particular car is number 22 of the limited edition and was first registered, new in the UK, in June 1998. In 2011 it was purchased by the former Seigneur (Lord of the Manor) of St. John, Jersey and imported into the island for use as his chauffeur-driven limousine. It has covered only a limited mileage since that time and, as might be anticipated, has been cosseted and kept in fine condition. The Bentley is in excellent mechanical condition having been fully inspected, some electrical issues attended to and a major service undertaken in our workshops by a RR trained engineer. The works included new brake discs & pads, front tyres and suspension spheres. The car drives very well and the controls function as they should. For reference the head gasket, which has been noted as a fault with this model, was replaced at 64,000 miles whilst it was still in the UK. There is an assortment of old receipts and paperwork relating to works on the car over the years and the Seigneur also employed a mechanic / valeter who cared for the cars in his prestigious collection. The handsome Peacock Blue paintwork is in first-rate condition and suits the imposing nature of the car perfectly. Unusually, the car features (original) chrome-finished wheels and a chrome radiator shell, fitted as optional extras from new. As might be anticipated, the interior of the car is highly specified and a sumptuous place to be. The Ivory leather interior is near immaculate, with a factory fitment, colour coordinated steering wheel. The carpets and headlining are both excellent, as is the highly polished interior woodwork. The car has a number of luxury extras fitted - satellite navigation; DVD/CD player; parking sensors and television screens in the rear of the front seats. This is a very good example of a classic sporting Bentley - produced in limited numbers - which has been well looked after, has had modest use in recent years (now showing 78,000 miles) and remains in excellent condition. A most luxurious, fast motor car with a solid feel befitting its status as a product from a prestigious marque. The car is currently Jersey registered and we can assist with shipping and importing processes if required.

  • 78736 Miles
  • Transmission 69197354786223e29b85070a0695cc247a4c2b215c743673c2d02e864b4cd687 4-SPEED AUTOMATIC
  • Steering ca68a9643bbb915d30839040f432af59e679db8cf98e23a4378cbef2ed805059 RHD
  • RefCode: D85569E1-965D-4DFD-9D5C-6F5B642DE343