In 1996, Bentley introduced the pricey Continental T, a shortened version of the Continental R, with a more athletic appearance and a more powerful engine. But things did not stop there: building on the T, Bentley produced, from 1998 until 2000, the Continental SC, with SC meaning “Sedanca Coupe”. The SC had a glass roof, of which the panels above the front seats could be removed by hand. At the time, the SC was considered to be the world's most expensive passenger car. Just 73 examples of this exceptional car were produced, of which 48 were left hand drive. On 1 June 1999, the SC with chassis number #65064, the car we are now proudly offering for sale, left the factory and was supplied to the first owner, in Spain, by Bentley dealer C. de Salamanca in Malaga. Car #65064 changed owner one more time before it became ours. With only 16,000 kilometres on the clock, the state of the SC is as one would like to expect it, the car is actually as new. The car, produced in Silver Tempest with green (Spruce) leather, comes with all standard items such as booklets, tools, umbrellas, car cover etc. The Continental SC is quite obviously a dream to drive, but its exceptionality and the limited edition in which it was produced turn this car into a gilt-edged collector's item for the investor. The car comes with a Dutch registration, all taxes have been paid.