2003 Bentley Arnage T
6.75 Twin Turbo palace on wheels; super example showing just 36,378 miles with diamond stitched interior
Supplied new in September 2003, this mighty car is finished in Tungsten Grey Mica with black quilted diamond pattern interior with white stitching. This attractive example has covered just 36,378 miles which is uncommonly low for an Arnage, given they are very usable despite their size.
As a T version, it featured a tuned version of the venerable 6.75 V8 and at the time, was Bentley's most powerful ever car made developing an impressive 450bhp and intoxicating 875NM of torque which needs to be experienced to be believed!
This example features embossed head rests, turned aluminium dash trim, walnut throughout, sat nav, electric heated memory seats with adjustable lumbar and dual zone climate control among the many other luxury features expected from a car costing some £170,000+ when new.
The history file includes the leather bound owner's pack and service book showing an impressive 11 stamps, the first 8 all by Harwoods of Pulborough, West Sussex and a further 3 by Independent Specialists, the last in January 2019 at 34,276 miles at a cost of £1,909 which included replacement of corroded exhaust clamps and under-sheet studs. In addition we see a couple of invoices, including in March 2019 a £323 spend on new plugs, diagnostics and MOT, one old MOT and VOSA MOT history print-out.
The car's MOT expired in March of this year which showed just one advisory for tyre wear, the car having covered fewer than 2,000 miles since.
Low mileage Arnage T's are rare beasts - to quote Clarkson 'like driving around in a Gentlemen’s Club with a rocket up its bum'. Considering its low miles and what this gloriously British car cost new, it looks an absolute bargain at the enticing estimate!
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Reg No: GX53MYM
Chassis Number: SCBLF34F34CH09821
Engine Number: 105039
Engine Size: 6750
Docs: V5C, 2 old MOT's, 11 Service Stamps, Hand Books, Invoices.
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