Decanter kitted Bentley an early entry at Wiltshire auction

| 11 Dec 2012

A 1952 Bentley MkVI that has been optimised for spirit lovers is expected to make £40-50,000 at Richard Edmonds’ 1-2 March sale at Castle Combe.

The luxurious machine is one of the last to feature James Young coachwork and comes complete with a decanter – one for brandy and the other for whisky – in each door. The leather-lined interior includes two fold-down tables for the rear-seat passengers.

The auction house has also released further dates for its 2013 Wiltshire sales, which will be held on 24-25 May and 18-19 October.

For more details visit the website or call 01249 444544.