One of only 513 Red Label Three-Litre Speed cars built at WO Bentley’s Cricklewood premises between 1923 and 1929, this rare car still retains all of the original mechanical components and, importantly, the original seat open tourer body.
This incredible Bentley 4.5-Litre was noted in period by Bill Boddy to have covered the flying half mile at 112.7 mph at Brooklands in 1938 and could lap Brooklands with full road equipment at 104.3 mph.
This is an important – and now unique – piece of W.O. Bentley history and we have been instructed to bring it back to it full glory. Chassis BR2354 still retains its matching engine and mechanical components.
This magnificent Bentley 8 litre came to us for cosmetic improvements whilst keeping its wonderful patina and wonderfully original imterior. We also fully rebuilt the engine which apparently, had remained untouched for nearly 50 years.
This Thornley Kelham prepared Bentley 8 litre won ‘Best in Show’ at Chantilly Concours d’Etat.
The Bentley 3½ Litre (later enlarged to 4¼ Litre) was presented to the public in September 1933, shortly after the death of Henry Royce, and was the first new Bentley model following Rolls-Royce’s acquisition of the Bentley brand in 1931.
Originally a UK car sold to Mr R H Holmes in July 1953, BC21B had four UK owners before being purchased by Mr. E. Frost who took the car to Zambia in 1972, and recorded every refuelling trip for the next 5 years!
This beautiful car was sold new by Edwards & Co Ltd of Bournemouth and first owned by a Mr. G E Lambert. The car was originally finished in black with red leather interior and included special features…