A superb example of this rare and much sought after model which has been precisely restored and maintained.
A most greatly admired car from the classic Bentley era in truly exceptional condition finished in Oxford and Cambridge Blue. The car comes with history detailing ownership and all work undertaken during specialist restoration.
Complete with service history documentation within acomprehensive history file detailing the transformational work carried out by marque specialists to create this exceptional car inspired by Sir Malcolm Campbell's 4¼ Special
CYY 758 was first registered on the 5th August 1936
Saloon Bodied by Coachbuilders H J Mulliner
In July of 1975, during the restoration of the Ash door frames, it was suggested that the car be re-styled after the Sir Malcolm Campbell car, which resides in America, making this the only example in the United Kingdom.
The owner at that time went ahead with that suggestion and commissioned marque specialists to complete the work.
A subsequent replacement of the full ash frame took place in 1988
Chassis number: B141 GP
Engine number: D-6-BEE
Production 1936 to 1939
Platform Bentley 4 ¼ Litre
Body style Close Coupled Saloon then Tourer
Engine 6 Cylinder OHV - 4,257 cc
Power 29.4 HP
Transmission 4 Speed manual with overdrive
Top Speed Excess of 90 mph
Wheelbase 126 inches
Length 192 inches
Curb weight 3,750 lbs
S2 Type Saloon
Originally delivered to Switzerland
Car Delivered on 22.4.60 to RR Lillie Hall
Chassis Number B.425.LBR
Engine Number 212.BB
Body Number BT.0542
Radio 501 TA
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