Bentley brothers auction in Sydney auction house opens with bid for Bentley – News.au
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The Bentley brothers, brothers of former Formula One world champion Richard and James Hinchcliffe, have opened a bidding war for a Bentley Continental GT3 GT4 car that will be auctioned in Sydney’s Autosport Museum on January 29.
The car is expected to sell for about $15 million.
The auction is expected in the next couple of weeks.
The Bentley Group is expected take a significant stake in the car, which has been built by Bentley and is currently owned by Richard’s son, James.
Bentley announced in November that it would be buying the car.
It’s a classic Bentley, with the classic Bentley logo, and a very good chance to sell the car for more than $15m, said Bentley’s chairman of global sales, John McConkey.
“The sale will be a very special day for the Bentley family, and we are excited about being able to take the car out to Sydney and showcase it,” he said.
The car is a Bentley with a 4.0-litre, V8 engine.
It’s a Bentley that has been used in Formula One for a long time and is a classic model.
Mr McConker said the sale of the car would bring more prestige and prestige in the Bentley brand to Sydney, and be the best way to promote Bentley’s new sports car brand, which is expected by the end of the year.
Auctioneer Andrew Jones said it was a great opportunity for Bentley to sell a car that is considered one of the most prestigious in the world.
There’s a lot of interest from around the world and the people in the region really want to get in touch with the car and see it, Mr Jones said.
“It’s an important car to Bentley and I think it’ll be a great selling opportunity for the company.
James is extremely excited about it.”
He has seen it in the paddock and he’s very keen to get it into his garage and have it go racing.
“Mr McConnell said the auction would be a good opportunity for other Bentley owners to have a go at a classic car and would be an exciting time for Bentley in Australia.
In August this year, Bentley announced the creation of a “Bentley Motors” division, which will focus on the Bentley, Bentley-based products, with more than 200 dealerships across Australia and New Zealand.
The Bentley brothers, brothers of former Formula One world champion Richard and James Hinchcliffe, have opened a bidding war for…