There's no shortage of Bentley Continental GT replicas on the market, but this person decided to go all out on their own version. Based on a S195 Mustang GT chassis, it's powered by a Procharged 4.6-liter V8 generating 550-horsepower, and features a Tokico suspension as well as a 373 rear end. Now why did it cost $100,000 t build? Authentic GT headlights, taillights, brake lights, reverse lights, AC vents, Breitling clock and even a shifter handle. Expect to shell out $49,000 if you want this parked in your garage.Continue reading for more pictures and information.
"This car is not a Bentley. It is Much cheaper to maintain and drive daily. And looks better than almost any Bentley I've seen that's less than $300,000. To compare this car to an early 2000's Continental GT is pointless. Those cars are unreliable and cost a fortune to maintain. Literally the maintenance on one of those cars if something major breaks would cost you almost as much as this entire car. Those old ones also have outdated looking headlights and taillights and they don't have a $40k widebody. There is no comparison and I'm not trying to make one," said the seller.