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Saturday, June 27, 2015

Burghley House - The Annual - Part 2


Some more photos from the RREC Annual Rally 2015 at Burghley House:




















We're you there? If so, send us your photos...

We're already looking forward to next year!




Burghley House - The Annual - Part 1

Following on from our earlier teaser, Team Bentley Spotting is pleased to bring you more photos from the RREC Annual Rally at Burghley House last weekend:





















More to come later...




Sunday, June 21, 2015

Burghley House - A Teaser

Team Bentley Spotting and Graham Crossley are at Burghley House in Stamford, Lincolnshire for the RREC's 2015 Annual Rally.

Its the first time for Burghley House (http://www.burghley.co.uk/about-burghley/welcome-to-burghley/) to host "The Annual" and the magnificent house and parklands provide a spectacular backdrop to the more than 800 Rolls-Royce and Bentley motorcars expected to participate this year.

Here is a teaser featuring some of the cars on show on Saturday 20th June:








More to come soon.


Tuesday, June 09, 2015

The Spirit Magazine Issue 2.

It is with pleasure that BentleySpotting.com presents the Issue 2 of The Spirit, the official magazine of the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts' Club SZ Register.

Bought to you by the dedicated enthusiasts Juergen Buech, Marinus Rijkers and Richard Charnley.

It certainly is a good read, in all it's 132 page bumper edition.



To download the as a PDF click here.

Thanks again to all those included.

Tuesday, June 02, 2015

More Coffee Bean

In early April, Team Bentley Spotting posted about a 1976 Rolls-Royce Corniche Convertible being offered at H&H Classic Auction that month: http://www.bentleyspotting.com/2015/04/coffee-bean.html
 
 
It sold for GBP 26,880.
 
If you missed out, now your is chance, as it's again coming-up for sale, this time at Anglia Car Auctions on 13th June.
 
 
 
But it may cost you more as its being guided at GBP 29,000-34,000, a decent increase. 
 
 
Although it does now sport "82 DMD", a nice cherished registration.
 
 
 
Does this mean prices of seventies Rolls-Royces are beginning to increase? We will soon find out...
 
Perhaps more of a potential bargain (or money pit?!) is this 1994 Bentley Brooklands being offered due to lack of use and at a guide of GBP 4,500-5,500 - seems good value IF there are no major problems...
 
 

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