1950 BENTLEY 6 1/4 LITRE SPEED EIGHT Racing Green For Sale
BENTLEY 6 1/4 litre SPEED EIGHT
Presented in period Brewster Green with Lincoln green hide and carpets. correct complement of instruments including clock, Luggage trunk, quick release fuel and radiator filler. 4 spoke steering wheel. High ratio differential, adjustable drivers seat, full hood, double duck tonneau cover and hood cover. 21” wheels.
We have driven this stunning Racing Green engineering Speed 8 which is very well known in the Bentley Drivers club and has entered numerous Bentley rallies and events some considerable distance from her last owners home and she performed correctly with accurate readings from the instruments and she is a delight to drive. The 6 1/4 litre straight Eight is incredibly powerful and crisp.
Full V5c Log Book and fresh Mot Test
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We are Rolls Royce and Bentley specialists and have an extensive selection of motorcars from vintage to modern so if your considering buying or selling a Rolls Royce or Bentley of any age or condition please telephone the above number for a chat.
We are located 1 mile from the motorway network in Cheshire and close to the rail network, Liverpool docks and Airport is 18 miles away and for our Irish clients there is a daily ferry service to both Dublin and Belfast 6 miles away at Birkenhead ( 12 Quays )
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
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