- https://www.copart.com

Grab a bargain with this Bentley Mulsanne

1y ago


When describing what remains of a crashed car, any seller has to be a little careful with the details so not to scare any potential buyers off. In the case of this Bentley Mulsanne, there is pretty much only one way to say it “Bentley Mulsanne, with 30ft of crash-barrier embedded through the car.”

https://www.copart.com - Looks OK to us...

At the time of writing, you can bag yourself a slice of all-out British luxury with a free crash barrier if you can better the current $4,050 bid.

Given that this Mulsanne retailed at $131,000 in full working order (without free crash-barrier), we’d say that this makes it an absolute steal.

https://www.copart.com - Maybe not...

A couple of things you may notice, firstly how the hell did the crash barrier make it through the entire length of the car? Secondly, the airbags haven’t deployed with the car looking relatively intact from the driver’s side at least, so some of the car could be saveable (read as the left side).

The listing doesn’t confirm if this Mulsanne runs, even if it does start, we’re betting that the additional heft of that crash barrier will slow it down a fair amount.

https://www.copart.com - That's not good....

You can find the auction for this crash barrier and the free Bentley here.

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Comments (15)
  • ???mulsanne is $300k...where does $130k some from?

    1 year ago
    • It was estimated to be worth $130k when it consumed a crash barrier......

      1 year ago
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  • I can see many 'barriers ' to purchasing this...

    1 year ago


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