£1,950,000 As stated
With all numbers matching and original registration number, GX8867 was the last but one W. O Bentley car built, Supplied new to a Mr C. G Heywood, who after a short while sold it to a director of the Bristol Aeroplane company.
Subsequently purchase by Captain Blundell R. N who took on the restoration. It went on to win a prize at the BDC owners Club meeting at Kensington gardens in 1985. Surely one of the finest 8 litres that has been available for many years
It is ready to drive and compete anywhere.
The finest most correct 8 Litre on the market.
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