The example on offer, a 2004 Bentley Arnage Red Label, comes to LBI from its 3rd owner, and a collector of Bentley's. Originally delivered new to its first owner, a resident of Connecticut and Florida it remained under this ownership until 2012 at approximately 12,000 miles. Then returning to Florida for 5 more years and 4,000 miles before finding it's most recent home since late 2018. Today this example shows only 17,256 miles, finished in contrasting desirable colors of Anthracite over Oxblood. While no service records are with the car to document it's history, the CARFAX does show various services were completed and the facilities that completed the servicing. Additionally these cars are notorious for their reliability and there are no issues to note mechanically from our testing of the car. Included in the sale are three keys, original books, and two umbrella's as delivered, in the trunk. The Arnage represents tremendous value and a must have for those seeking reliability and old world luxury with modern usability to add to their collection.
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