A gold Cadillac which was owned by flamboyant musician Liberace is being sold by a businessman who spent months making it roadworthy again.
The 1930s car has been valued at £100,000 by Mike Radcliffe, who bought it from a car collector in 2011.
Liberace, who died in 1987, was known as much for his extravagant tastes as for his music.
Mr Radcliffe, from Mottram in Tameside, said he enjoyed driving around in the car and would be “sad to see her go”.
He said the convertible car had a number of “unique” features, including 23.5 carat gold leaf bodywork, diamond crowns on the wheels and two rubies in the radiator mascot.