Bentley Continental GT: I drove one of these in Chicago, and it was awesome. They depreciate very quickly, so a slightly used one can be bought for the price of a newer "average" car. Service costs are very expensive, however.
It’s not often that a car sells for $850,000 and is still considered one of the biggest bargains in automotive history. But if the car in question is this famed “Star of India” – a one-off 1934 Rolls Royce Phantom II 40/50 HP Continental All-Weather Convertible – the price seems like a steal.
Continental.Need tires? We will beat Sears and Pep Boys and throw in FREE WHEEL ALIGNMENT, FREE NITROGEN FILL, FREE FILL UPS OF NITROGEN FILL FOR ONE YEAR, FREE TIRE ROTATION FOR THE LIFE OF YOUR TIRES, FREE MOUNTING, BALANCING, VALVES if needed.............any questions? Call 106 St's main location 24/7 for prices, questions, order your specific tires 718-446-6769 http://www.106sttire.com/locations