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The nine models for sale include the bespoke last Rolls-Royce Spur, to leave the production line, and a historic 1982 Bentley Corniche Mulliner Convertible. Adding together all the car’s estimated values will total £332,000, which is still cheaper than a brand new car.
The Rolls-Royce Phantom VIII prices start from a massive £371,790 including VAT, road tax and the car’s first registration.
The Corniche has low ownership status and has covered just 37,000 miles since it was built in the early 1980s.
This particular model is highly sought after as it is one of just 77 convertible models made by the firm.
The car has a guide price of between £100,000 and £120,000 but is still less than brand new machinery.
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The Rolls-Royce Spur has a guide price of between £22,000 and £25,000 but is in a good condition
With just two former owners and all of its original bespoke design still in working order, the Spur is set to be an instant classic.
Seven more affordable Rolls-Royce and Bentley models are also offered by Car and Classic including a 1965 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud.
This model is one of just 2,044 built with the quieter V8 engine and specified electric windows.
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The vehicle has also previously been restored and is now valued at between £40,000 and £50,000.
Other models up for sale include another Rolls-Royce Silver Spur valued at up to £15,000 as well as a range of historic Bentley’s.
A 1987 Bentley Eight is up for auction at £18,000 while a 1993 Bentley Brooklands could sell for up to £19,000.
Two modern Bentley’s are also up for sale including a 2010 Bentley Continental GTC Supersports in superb condition.
The car comes included with a range of driver-focused upgrades and has covered just 33,000 miles.
Fitted with carbon-fibre reinforced silicon carbide brake discs and a brand new differential, the car has a guide price of up to £60,000.
There is also the 2006 Bentley Continental which has been maintained regardless of its heavy costs.
Its previous owner has claimed to spend up to £17,000 in the last four years on the model to keep it in a good condition.
The Rolls-Royce Phantom VIII is the ultimate in luxury and a “sanctuary of peace and tranquillity”.
The car is finished with leather seats, handcrafted wood and unique glass artwork.
One of the model’s headline features is its celestial canopy starlight feature which can be changed to fit any unique constellation.
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