Burnt Bentley Continental GT Estimated by Seller at $56K

Luxury

Still, could be your only way to ever set foot in a Bentley.

How much money would you lay out to get behind the wheel ofa used, 12-cylinder, 6.0-liter-engined 2006 Bentley Continental GT? Now, whatwould you pay for that same luxury car, knowing it had been burnt to a crisp? ThisContinental GT is currently up for sale through Salvage Autos Auction, where the sellerestimated its value at a whopping $56,657, in addition to an estimated repair cost of$61,473 – if you can even figure out where to start from.

However, the auction house is accepting minimum bidsstarting at $200, with no closing date determined. For somebody interested in aserious restoration project, or someone who is just desperate to have a Bentleyin the driveway – no matter its condition – this could constitute an interestingprospect.

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