Someone Wants $85,000 For A Chrysler Sebring Posing As A Bentley Continental GTC

You know what’s better than a Chrysler Sebring? Anything but a Sebring posing as a 2015 Bentley Continental GTC

All jokes aside, this seemingly accurate replica hails from eBay, where the seller is asking for a whopping $85,000 in return for what was once a Chrysler, built in Michigan as opposed to Crewe, England. Still, the car features plenty of authentic Bentley parts.

Why am I even considering this?

You’re probably not – or at least we hope you’re not seriously contemplating it. The seller is arguing that when new, the 2015 Continental GTC would run about about twice what the asking price for this replica is. Common sense however dictates that you can buy a real pre-owned 2007-2008 Bentley Continental GTC for as as little as $50,000 to $60,000 In the U.S. – with reasonably low mileage on their V12 engines (twice as many cylinders as what this replica is packing).

What’s good about this replica?

If you’re interested or at least curious about everything that went into transforming this Sebring into something that might trick you’re 5 year old nephew into thinking it’s one of Crew’s finest, here’s a list of some of the mods: Authentic dashboard with authentic steering wheel, Breitling clock, sunglass holder, emblems and logos. You also get authentic taillights, four brand new tires and rims, tinted windows, LED lighting, carbon fiber interior switches and a brushed metal gear selector, reinforced steel inside the doors for added safety, power driver’s and passenger seat, red calipers and even a Bentley key fob.

There are however a few issues with it, as stated by the seller in the ad. For example, the driver side window goes up kind of slow, while the window moldings and seals can “leak a bit” – although they specify that it’s only a problem in heavy downpours. Also, don’t slam the hood shut or raise it past the point where it’s being held by the rod.

At the end of the day, while it may look like a Bentley, mechanically it’s still a FWD V6-powered Chrysler, which is not the most opulent of combinations.

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  • Liam Paul

    Wait, where are the comments, my popcorn is going get cold waiting, come on people, I came here for a show!

  • Christian

    no, joke.. Worst CAb I’ve ever driven was a 2006 Serbring… First gen was all right…

  • Dude

    That’s one of the most impressive transformations I’ve even seen but with used Bentleys being not to far in price it’s kind of pointless. If you only care about looks and a badge just get the real car.

  • Craig

    Price aside – and mechanics aside – it’s an impressive looking replica.

    • eb110americana

      Agreed. The only 2 major issues I see, are the ricey front bumper, and the oddly not-round wheel wells. The rest is surprisingly passable. Especially the fact that they went with a full interior upgrade, as many replicas skip the inside.

  • TheBelltower

    Somebody had way too much free time and garage space. Not a bad knockoff though.

  • Super Rob

    The guy who built it must have had a Civic with a huge wing as a kid. Now he is grown, and is making “classy” mods.

  • Stephen G

    This was an available body kit for 1996-2007 Sebring. But why pay that kind of money when you could buy the real thing for the same.

  • Darnell Robeson

    This had me FOOLED! Only giveway is the body is longer than the real Bentley

  • Mr. EP9

    85k for a fake? Get serious.

  • Liam Paul

    lol was your feelings hurt?

    • Christian

      leave me alone!

  • Bash

    This could easily trick many many people. Very good job.

  • Simply Navy✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I am reminiscing when Allan Mullaly was Ford Motor Company Chief Executive Officer at the time, and how he merely abandoned then Lincoln with neglect and a lack of proper funds, rebadging every Lincoln as a repackaged FORD, with opulent leather interior and authenticated wood, while charging a premium price as of which this bogus Chrysler is, an expensive mainstream car repackaged as a fake Bentley, which will never sell at asking price. Moreover, a fool and his money will soon part ways, if anyone would spend $50k on this joke. To make better sense, I would purchased a used 2005 Bentley Continental coupe, revise the front-end with a 2015 Bentley fascia, as well as the rear, and have the genuine car as it should be.

  • SteersUright

    I never understand the point of these wannabe cars. At least this one does look reasonably convincing from a distance.

  • TB

    No. At best it may….MAY-be worth almost half that price. Remember the under pins of this ride is a Chrysler…that alone does not even justify $45K IMO.

    That said…it looks excellent and hats off to whoever built it.

  • KAG25

    The dash looks alright, but like half way done.

  • Ary Wisesa

    I prefer original Casio watch to fake Rolex. Of course I like original Rolex more than original Casio. And wearing fake Rolex only insults myself. So No, thanks.

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