1989 Bentley Mulsanne S

Ex-Lanesborough Hotel and 1 of only 61 long-wheel base examples built; always appears to have been in good hands; most recently used for relaxing weekend trips away

First registered in August 1989, the car you see here is a LWB Mulsanne S, making it one of only 61 manufactured in this format. This particular car was purchased new from HR Owen by the Lanesborough Hotel in Knightsbridge. Always impeccably maintained, it has no fewer than 17 service stamps up to 108,741 miles in September 2008 with many supporting invoices.

Sold by Brightwells twice in the last five years, we are familiar with the car and have sold it to two very happy private customers. When we first sold it in 2015, it had been owned since 2011 and had relatively recently had new rear brake pads and discs done and a new distributor fitted. In the past it had also had had the power steering rack replaced and the front shock absorbers.

Maintained fastidiously in its early life and well into the 2000s, the current vendor has very much enjoyed taking it on weekend jollies and although there are no recent major bills, it currently holds an MOT from August this year, done at 117,466 miles, which has only some wheel bearing advisories. Now, 45 miles later, it has come up for sale again.

It looks to us like a very presentable and useable luxury car at a most affordable price. Local weekend trips, a long drive to your European ski holiday (well, as soon as you can!) or just an excuse for fantastic comfort. The choice is yours.

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Reg No: G82TGF
Chassis Number: SCBZN00A5KCH27613
Engine Number: 68367L410I/9
Engine Size: 6750cc
Docs: 21 old MOTs; invoices, 17 stamps to the service book

Estimate: £5,000+

Lot 3

Lot ended

Thursday 24/09/2020

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

£5,488
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