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The car was modified by 48-year-old watch repairer Steve Neimantas from Yorkshire, UK who spent no less than 250,000 GBP over the course of eight months necessary for the conversion to be ready for drag racing. It should be able to do the quarter mile in as little as seven seconds and reach a top speed of more than 200 mph (322 km/h).

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lol the only thing bentley left on that car is the body work. Guarantee the interior is stripped out as well. Calling that a bentley continental is about as worth while as calling this a camry

 

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lol the only thing bentley left on that car is the body work. Guarantee the interior is stripped out as well. Calling that a bentley continental is about as worth while as calling this a camry
Yep. Just a shell:


For the untrained eye taking a quick look at this Bentley it might appear to be a standard Continental GT with some chunky wheels but hiding underneath the familiar skin is a beast. Power comes from a huge V8 10.2-liter Chevrolet-derived engine equipped with two large turbochargers that have allowed the motor to develop a whopping 3,000 bhp (2,237 kW).
 

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lol the only thing bentley left on that car is the body work. Guarantee the interior is stripped out as well. Calling that a bentley continental is about as worth while as calling this a camry


Now that's funny, I wonder if it actually makes the power they claim.
 

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Now that's funny, I wonder if it actually makes the power they claim.
Most definitely. True dragster engines are in a whole different league than street car (or even race car) engines.
 
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