Bentley Motors made a complete departure from their former policy by announcing in 1946 an entirely new model, a car produced totally in-house avoiding future dependence on the rapidly depleting number of coachbuilders. The Bentley Mk VI fitted with their design of “standard” all steel bodywork was built at Crewe and began life with a 4 ¼ litre engine. It was later up-rated to a 4 ½ litre engine and the basic Mk VI shape was adapted slightly in 1952 with the introduction of the Bentley R Type. ...
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