Warehouse clear-out includes everything from engine blocks to indicator bulbs
16 July 2009

Bentley is to hold a one-off jumble sale on 26-27 September.

The sale is of Bentley and Rolls-Royce parts and accessories, and items for sale range from engine blocks and gearboxes to indicator bulbs and handbooks, all of them original and in branded packaging with a manufacturer warranty.

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Steve O’Hara, Bentley’s director of aftersales, said: "Even our employees describe our parts and accessories operation as a ‘goldmine’ and we are slightly overawed by the sheer number and variety of parts and accessories we can supply.

"It is very rare for us to be able to open the doors like this so we hope that Bentley and Rolls-Royce aficionados will make the most of the opportunity."

Anybody interested in attending the event should email heritage.event@bentley.co.uk by 21 August.

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