Lot 225 - 2000 Bentley Arnage Red Label
|Odometer reading||81,650 miles|
|Estimate||£13,000 - £18,000|
- Recently specialist serviced
- Desirable 6.75 V8 litre Bentley engine
Launched in 1998, the Arnage was manufactured in Crewe from 1998 to 2009 with its Rolls-Royce sibling, the Silver Seraph. They were the first entirely new designs for the two marques since 1980 when the Silver Spirit and Mulsanne models were introduced. The new Arnage (Green Label) was to be powered by a BMW V8 engine with Cosworth-engineered, twin-turbo chargers and the Seraph was to employ a BMW V12 engine. The Arnage Red Label was launched in October 1999 with the engine reverting back to Bentley power using the traditional V8 engine and a displacement of 6750cc. As part of the modification process, both Red and Green Label cars benefitted from expanded leg room in the cabin, stiffer bodyshells and larger wheels and brakes.
First registered on 2nd October 2000 and supplied by Jack Barclay, this impressive example has been in the ‘Bentley enthusiast’ vendors ownership since June 2009. The file for this Arnage contains bills and receipts for servicing, the most recent with specialist Danny Wilcox of DEW services. It is presented in Midnight Emerald with Magnolia Connolly leather hide interior and it also comes with two sets of keys. Presented to auction with a V5C registration document and an MoT test certificate valid until the end of July 2023, this 6.75 V8 litre Bentley offers supreme luxury for a modest outlay.
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