Lot #757 at Barrett-Jackson’s Las Vegas auction is a 1937 Bentley that has been a one-owner car since 1976.
The large British sedan was restored in 1997 and has been garage-kept ever since. It is reported to be a nice driver-quality car and is powered by a 4.25-liter 6-cylinder engine mated to a 4-speed manual transmission.
It is said to have been maintained to the highest of levels by a professional Bentley mechanic.
The car was custom-built for the first owners, who had a beautiful St. Christopher’s medallion put into the dash. It is ordained with black walnut and beautiful leather interior.
It even comes with the original owner’s manual.
Barrett-Jackson’s annual Las Vegas auction is scheduled for September 27-29 at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.