Vintage and Prestige are proud to offer this 1963 Bentley S3 Standard Steel Saloon For Sale.
This smart example of a Standard Steel is finished in the most desirable colours being Tudor over Shell Grey.
The interior is one of the most comfortable places you could settle yourself, the graceful quality entombs you making it a struggle to step out of the car. Finished in a pale blue leather with matching pale blue carpets and a well finished, heavily burred vaneer running throughout.
Originally supplied by Mann Egerton & Co to Mr A Williams of Cheltenham and recently having work carried out by the likes of Frank Dales and RR&B garages, recent works have include a complete gearbox and brake overhaul.
In our showroom and ready for viewing.
In 1962, Rolls-Royce's new V8 engine appeared in improved form in the Bentley S3 and Silver Cloud III, incorporating larger carburettors, a new distributor and raised compression ratio. Maximum power (traditionally undisclosed, as ever) went up by approximately 7%, which translated into a top speed of 115mph and a 0-60mph time a fraction under 11 seconds.
There were many other changes made to the S3/Cloud III, the most obvious being the adoption of a four-headlamp lighting arrangement, the absence of sidelights from the wing tops, and a bonnet that sloped down to a slightly lower radiator shell.
The result of these styling revisions was a car generally regarded as the most handsome of all the 'standard steel' types. Inside, the new models featured revised accommodation with separate front seats and increased room for rear passengers. The last mainstream Bentley to employ a separate chassis, the S3 remained in production until superseded by the unitary construction T-Series in late 1965.
A gallery of large high-resolution pictures may be viewed on our website.
Office the details below
Richard Biddulph the details below
Christoff Cowens 07772188037
We accept Credit/Debit Cards.
Part Exchange welcome.
Weekend & evening viewings OK.
Viewings by appointment :
This Bentley S3 #B124HN is a representative of the last generation of Bentleys with a separate chassis. The standard saloon coach with its twin head lamps and slightly lowered bonnet and grille is.....
This rare lefthand drive Bentley S3 was bought new by J. Kemp Waldie from Canada, heir of John Waldie & Sons, the Victoria Harbour Lumber Company. After some other Canadian owners it was shipped to.....
1964 Bentley S3 Saloon.
Blue over Sage, with original grey leather trim.
very sound and original example that drives perfectly,
with excellent history and vast documentation.