UK Auctioneers Aim to Sell 'Unique' Rust-Bucket Bentley for £200,000 - Reports

Even though the vehicle is covered in rust, the leather chairs inside are ripped and it has simply been kept in a garage without being used for 30 years, H&H Classics of Cheshire auctioneers aim to sell it for a whopping price, the Daily Mail reported.

A rust-bucket Bentley car manufactured in 1936, which used to belong to a war hero pilot in the Royal Air Force (RAF) who bombed Adolf Hitler's Eagles Nest, is now on sale for a whopping £200,000, according to British media. 

The pilot, Charles Blackham, bought the 1936 Bentley Vanden Plas tourer seven years after World War II and had been using the car for 36 years. 

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At the time of the manufacture, Bentley has produced only seven such 4.5-litre cars, therefore its rarity and uniqueness make the vehicle extremely desirable among collectors, according to the H&H Classics of Cheshire auctioneers. 

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