- Built by R.C. Moss at Bentley expert Graham Moss in Melbourne
- Exact Recreation of the 1919 Vanden Plas Blower Bentley
- 130-inch wheel base chassis
- 5.3-liter block
- Original 4.5-liter gearbox, many original components, Birkin Blower adapted
- Instantly ready for the best Bentley Boys
From the years 1931 to 1998 Rolls Royce had ownership of Bentley. From Rolls’ acquisition in 1931 to 1939, Bentleys were built in Rolls’ Derby factory, thus nick-named the ‘Derby Bentleys’. During this period Bentley had to follow strict compromises set by Rolls Royce and could never birth the .....
Handmade cyclekart in Bentley Blower style driven by a 6.5 HP 125 cc 4-stroke engine with an automatic gearbox.Suitable for drivers from 1.40 m up to 1.95 m by adjusting pedals.
This beautiful,in every little detail handmade kart is equiped with a discbrake, functioning headlamps an electric starter,an .....
Registration: PN 1562
Engine number: S-MR3396
Fitted with factory correct Bentley Supercharger.
Chassis Number: TX3227
According to the information available in the latest edition of the amazingly detailed, 3 volume, Bentley “Bible” by Clare Hay.
Bentley Chassis number TX3227 is believed .....
First registered June 1930. GJ 6301
Original UK Registration: GJ 6301
Current UK Registration: GJ 6301
Original Chassis number: 3665
Current Chassis number: 3665
Original Engine Number: 3661
Current Engine number: 3661
Originally bodied with a Saloon Body by Maythorn, Later .....
1929 Bentley 4½-Litre (5.3) Supercharged Tourer Recreation by Graham Moss.
Chassis Number: RC2209
Registration number: SV8387
An exacting Recreation by renowned expert Graham Moss finished in August of 2000. This car was built up on an RC chassis using as many original components .....