This 1928 Bentley was reassembled after its dismantled parts were found scattered throughout a three-storey house and gardens.

It was owned by Stuart Wallace when he was a student in 1962 who dismantled it over the years and following his death his daughter called in the experts to see if the car could be reassembled.

It’s due to go to auction and could be worth £800k.

This is a great story and as car enthusiasts we all know what it’s like to keep parts in and around our homes – not sure I have a complete car though.

Read the full story in the Telegraph.