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This very tidy-looking example of an increasingly sought-after model was purchased new by a Mr Groves in April 1994. The bill of sale that is included in the car's history file totalled £98,909. The Bentley is resplendent in Metallic Red Pearl complemented by Magnolia-coloured hide upholstery that's teamed with Red piping, top roll, carpets and over rugs. 'L80 GHS' benefits from a number of desirable options including: sports seats, front and rear armrests, quarter badges, badge bar and flying 'B' mascot. The Bentley's impressive maintenance history confirms the total indicated mileage of just 49,900 miles, and includes no less than seven services courtesy of main agents and a further six by marque specialists; the most recent of which was in February of this year. The Brooklands replaced the Mulsanne and Bentley Eight models and was intended as an affordable alternative to the Turbo R, the major difference being that it was normally aspirated.