In 1984 Bentley was searching for a way to bolster their lack luster sales performance of the previous few years. Rolls Royce was utilizing the Corniche in this market and Bentley resurrected the Continental, a tantalizing name from its past that was familiar to those looking for that little extra.
The Bentley Continental Convertible is indeed a rare breed when compared to its cousin the Rolls Royce Corniche Convertible. What makes the Bentley a more desirable collector is the fact that between 1985 and 1989 only 195 Continental Convertibles were sold. Of those only a small percentage made their way to North America.
Regent Classic Cars’ Bentley Continental is one of the main attractions of our fleet. The deep Brewster Green exterior is unique coupled with tan leather seats and dark wooden accents in the interior, this car screams confidence with elegance.
A true collector with its pristine Mulliner Park Ward Coachwork, exquisite interior detail,and gorgeous exterior finish this stunning example can be enjoyed by an enthusiast or collector for years to come.