Charterhouse Auctioneers are pleased to offer this vehicle in their next Classic Car auction on Sunday 3rd November 2019 at the Royal Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet, BA4 6QN
The Auction will start at 12 noon with viewing on Saturday 2nd November 9.30 am - 4.00 pm and on the morning of the .....
1949 Bentley Foursome coupe,
the second owner was Prince Harmohinear singh of Faridkot, Emanuel collage Cambridge.
A new high ratio axle was fitted to accommodate modern fast roads,
the old axle is included in the sale.
Not used for a few years but kept started at frequent intervals as the owner .....
1949 Bentley Mark 6 Standard Steel Saloon
Chassis number: B58FV
Registration number: 0AYN834
Over £100,000 was spent upon this car on a photographic restoration in 1997 to make the car as new. Since then it has coverd just a few thousand miles & has been always garage kept. The resotation .....
This MK VI special was produced by The Chelsea Workshop in 2002 still only 13,000 miles, ideal for rallies. Full weather gear supplied. original tools and fully serviced and ready to go. Finished in British racing green. Wooded ash frame with aluminum body. In as new condition
- Original Drophead body from Windowers
- Completely restored
- Automatic transmission
- 4 ½ liter engine
- Excellent documentation, many bills at hand
- Served in England at Frank Dale & Stepsons, Bentley Specialists
In 1947, Sir Alexander Rogers ordered this beautiful .....
This Bentley Mk VI was first registered in June 1952, it would appear to have had just five owners during its sixty-seven years of life. Finished in a delightful combination of Black over Cream two-tone with Beige Leather it drives beautifully.
Owned by the last registered keeper since 2005 we understand .....
Executor sale following death of owner at the end of 2018.
First registered on 26 October 1948. Taken off the road sometime after 1955. Found in an old garage in Pembrokeshire in 1984, in a stripped and dilapidated condition. New owner arranged for the vehicle to be stripped and modified for racing, .....
With the world still reeling in the aftermath of World War II, Rolls-Royce and Bentley dusted off and set to work returning to the business of making motorcars. Automobile production stopped in 1940, while the aero-engine division sustained the company throughout the war. With much of the workforce .....
Built in 1951 this car (chassis B261 LH) is one of the last Mark VI cars to have the small bore 4.1/4 litre engine fitted. The car comes with a well documented history.
It is in excellent condition and is presented in Oxford Blue over champagne. In my ownership since 2000 it has been garaged at .....
1949 Bentley Mark VI very rare model in version LHD with speedometer in km (42 units produced), 4 owners, excellent condition with beautiful interior , rare new color champagne, manual gearbox Clean frame and chassis, no rust B107LEW recently expertized/ MOT in Switzerland for 5 years . Passport .....
1954 R Type Automatic - outstanding condition finished in Shell grey over Oxford blue - original Rolls Royce colours (mark VI split)
Car comes with all original tools.
All veneers refinished at time of restoration 20 years ago.
Stainless steel exhaust fitted.
Car is waxoiled throughout.
1952 Bentley Mark VI
With the world still rebuilding in the aftermath of World War II, Rolls-Royce and Bentley faced the decision of whether or not to return to the business of producing motorcars. Automobile production stopped in 1940, leaving the aero-engine division to sustain the company throughout .....
Oldtimerfarm specializes in consignment sales of vintage and collection cars and we are proud to present you this car. Oldtimerfarm is located in Belgium, 9880 Aalter, Steenweg op Deinze 51C, where this car is in our showroom. We are open from Tuesday to Saturday 10-17h (also without .....