Jackson's Bentley up for sale

Michael Jackson’s custom-built 2001 Bentley Arnage Red Label Turbosedan, used to ferry entertainers to his Neverland ranch and in the making of the What More Can I Give? Charity music video is up for sale.

Michael Jackson’s custom-built 2001 Bentley Arnage Red Label Turbosedan, used to ferry entertainers to his Neverland ranch and in the making of the What More Can I Give? Charity music video is up for sale.

With 13,600 miles on the clock, it’s loaded with pop star upgrades: two DVD players, three flat screen TVs, CD changer and video game screens in each seat.

Performers on the music video autographed the interior ceiling. Among them were Jackson, Beyonce Knowles, Reba McEntire, Nick Carter, Shawn Stockman from Boyz II Men and Tom Petty.

“This will be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for somebody to own a truly very special car,” said Craig Jackson, president of Barrett-Jackson auction company in Scottsdale, Arizona.

He declined to predict what it might fetch.

Jackson’s Bentley is among hundreds of collector cars to be auctioned during the firm’s annual classic car sale between January 21 and 25.

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