Chassis Number: SCBZF28C5WCH66898
Engine Number: Unknown
Mileage: 78,000 Miles
Colour: Amethyst Blue / Sandstone Hide
From the Gallimore Motors advert:
95 of 100 Amethyst blue with sandstone hide, dark blue carpets, dark blue Wilton over-rugs, amethyst top roll and rear parcel shelf. Last of the SZ series the Mulliner R has a host of extras, built on the long wheelbase body offering significantly increased interior space, the engine was tuned to produce 325 bhp, making it the most powerful of the Brookland models, the engine performance is supported by a sport suspension package and micro alloy performance braking system. Additional extras such as the 18 inch wheels with 255 tyres, facia starter button, drilled alloy pedals, mesh wing vents, chrome instrument bezels, embroidered Bentley motif to all headrests, chrome gear lever and designated build plaque are to numerous to mention, this vehicle also carries a few non standard features, ruched centre flutes to all seats, chrome radiator shell and aerial to centre of rear roof. Having covered 75000 with 4 owners the last being the late film director and producer and restaurant critic for the Sunday Times Michael Winner, with full service history.
Michael Winner said it was car number 87 of 100 which seems to be incorrect? Here is some text taken from the page linked to above:
This week’s photo is outside the hotel showing my long-wheelbase Bentley Brooklands Mulliner, a special edition, of which this is No 87 of 100 made. I am with my chauffeur, Julian Whatley
This motor car was more recently spotted for sale at the July 2018 H&H auction where it failed to sell.