The Volo Auto Museum is selling Michael Jordan’s Bentley, the car which he bought iwas sold it to the Volo Auto Museum in 2011. The asking price is $129,995.
Now celebrating its 60th year, the Volo Auto Museum is known worldwide for its amazing collection of vintage, classic and muscle cars, as well as its showrooms gleaming with cars of the rich and famous. Perhaps none can match the panache of Jordan’s forest green Bentley Continental GT.
“Michael Jordan personalized the car with tinted glass to avoid gawkers, a $9,000 set of Lowenhart wheels and a talking radar system with front and rear sensors,” Grams said. “This car has everything – from a twin turbo W-12, 552-horsepower engine to a leather and wood trim interior, 14-way power seats and a four-wheel independent suspension.”
But more than that, it has the added value of documentation proving it was Jordan’s. In fact, the car remains titled in the name of the man many acknowledge as the greatest athlete of all time, with compact discs and a factory phone the star left in the car.
To that end, also listed this week for sale were museum star cars formerly owned by Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys (a red 1990 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 that was gifted to the singer by Corvette); Andy Granatelli of the Automotive Hall of Fame and former STP CEO (a blue Duesenberg II Murphy Body Roadster); and Rod Stewart (a yellow 2002 Dodge Viper once stolen for a joy ride by the singer’s gardener).
Serious inquiries are welcome at 815-385-3644.