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Last Updated: Wednesday, 5 November, 2003, 16:04 GMT
Jackson's Bentley up for auction
Michael Jackson
Jackson is likely to attend the sale
Michael Jackson's Bentley car, complete with two DVD players, three flat screen monitors, a CD changer and a video gaming system, is to be auctioned.

Jackson used the vehicle to ferry entertainers to his Neverland ranch.

The car, a custom 2001 Arnage Red Label Turbosedan, is also seen in Jackson's What More Can I Give? charity video.

Its inside roof has been autographed by other stars from the video including Beyonce, Reba McEntire, Nick Carter and Shawn Stockman from Boyz II Men.

The luxury vehicle has 13,600 miles on the clock.

Auctioneers Barrett-Jackson have declined to say how much they think it will fetch when it goes up for sale in January. Jackson is expected to attend the bidding.

"This will be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for somebody to own a truly very special car," Barrett-Jackson president Craig Jackson said.


SEE ALSO:
Jackson throws Neverland open
14 Sep 03  |  Entertainment
Singer Jackson set for tax hike
10 Sep 03  |  Entertainment
Fans share Jackson's birthday fun
01 Sep 03  |  Entertainment
Jackson opens Neverland's doors
27 Aug 03  |  Entertainment
Jackson attacks music piracy bill
22 Jul 03  |  Entertainment
Jackson Five to reunite
18 Jul 03  |  Entertainment


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