Car and Driver called the Bentley Arnage T a "bad boy in a black bow tie." This magnum opus from the faithful artisans at Crew, before fully surrendering to BMW, was like the final act of Phantom of the Opera: majestic, powerful and hauntingly beautiful.
With two Garret T3 blowers (thus the "T"), the Arnage T produces neck-snapping acceleration, and the 500 horsepower power grid propels this chiseled behemoth to its self-restrained top speed of 168 miles per hour in mere seconds. All while luxuriating in the softest Connolly leather ever created, Wilton rugs and sumptuous finishes that, well... you just have to see.
Featured here is quite possibly the lowest mile, most beautifully appointed example of the marque on planet earth. Purchased new at Newport Bentley in California at a purchase price of $268,000 ($391,000 in inflation adjusted dollars), this exquisite one-owner Arnage T has been stored in a climate controlled environment since day one and has never been driven in inclement weather. Its interior is virtually flawless and devoid of the stretching and puckering of the leather which is so common on this vanishing breed.
The finishes are nothing short of shimmering perfection. The paint has not aged in any way and is stunningly consistent throughout. Not a whiff of touch up, respray or refinish anywhere. Absolute perfection from one end to the other. Always dealer maintained (Newport Bentley), virtually all aspects of the car are in impeccable order. From brakes to electronics, to the magnificent power plant, the car is as new as you will ever find. Even the often "misplaced" umbrellas are not only intact but are in their original factory protective packaging.
Finished in the timeless and oh so desirable iridium silver finish over beluga hides with silver stitching, this venerable work of art is treated to the piece de resistance: the impossible to find (go ahead, try...) Final Series 20" wheels. Why so hard to find? They only made 150 Final Series cars. The wheels alone are easily a $12,000 upgrade and are simply impossible to duplicate.
So if you are a connoisseur of the best, a seeker of the rare and crave perfection, this is the one. There's nothing like this car on earth and will only escalate in value as the years go by. Priced at approximately 20% of its inflation-adjusted MSRP, this car is like buying Amazon at $19 a share in 1997.
All books and records included, two sets of keys come with the car and the original wheels and tires (negotiable) available.
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