Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
Offering a superior mix of supreme luxury and true performance, this 1990 Bentley Turbo R is a true classic worthy of the flying B icon leading the way. So dig into all the details on this classic, but we already know you're hooked on how affordable this distinct upper-class machine is.
These Bentleys were hand-crafted alongside the Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit, and so they will always be rolling opulence. And because this sedan has averaged less than 2,000 miles annually, it retains a crisp look over an elegant and hand-finished body. This is believed to be the original black paint and while it does show signs of use, it still gives you a nice gloss in the sunshine. Plus, black is the ideal color for the Turbo R as it coordinates with the rest of the car's attitude. The Bentley differentiates itself from the Rolls crowd with a more aggressive blacked-out treatment on bumpers and headlight surrounds. Plus, the winged B emblem with red background is legendary for performance. These red badges coordinate nicely with the distinct red and white pinstripe. And the upgrade to 22-inch Asanti wheels give this classic a modern level of flair, and at the same time, the correct center emblems give them a factory-style look.
If you enjoy the black with red pinstripe on the outside, then you're going to love the interior. It's a terrific-looking supple black leather with red piping on the seats and carpeting. Even the trunk is done to match in this detail-oriented package. Plus, you're surrounded by the best features, including power windows, power locks, seat heaters, cruise control, and factory air conditioning with newer component to help keep it blowing nice and cold. Also, to make sure you go wanting for nothing in this vintage luxury car, the stereo has been upgraded to a new AM/FM/CD head unit. There's also a fold-down screen so the rear seat can enjoy DVDs. And while everyone gets to enjoy this festival of leather and burled walnut trim, this is a true driver's luxury machine. The factory steering wheel has an airbag, but it still provides a clear view to the gauges. And on those crisp readouts you'll notice features that you don't find in a Rolls, like a tachometer and a 170-mph speedometer.
Under the hood is a dignified beast. The famous Rolls-Royce 6.75-liter V8 was given a turbocharger to create the perfect balance of smoothness and performance. Not only is Rolls such an engine master that this V8 can easily handle the extra turbo power, but also the GM-sourced three-speed automatic transmission is one of the strongest around. So you really get to choose between effortless cruising and freight train-like power just with the prod of the throttle. The Turbo R also received suspension upgrades so that the fully independent setup offers a sporting feeling without losing the luxury namesake. Plus, with a good power steering ratio and four-wheel disc brakes w/ABS, it really keeps this sedan feeling well-balanced.
The sale come complete with the original warranty card and owner's manual packet. There's also the original window sticker that reminds you this is a $180,000+ luxury machine. So if you want real power and true luxury, don't let this deal slip away, call today!
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