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Over the past 2 years, with the benefit of technology, no expense was spared as she was meticulously repaired and restored to pique performance. During the restoration process the current modification of the new color scheme of royal blue was added.
This priceless collectors automobile is documented as an esteemed member of the Bentley Owners Group. All service records are included with the transfer of ownership. It is fitting for this car to participate in a collector's stable of prime vehicles, big files record with over 120 pages is included with this car from 1955 until now car runs perfect no problem show room condition any question please email me and I will answer questions best as I can. What you see in photos you will get... Upon buying this car I will need a $500 PayPal deposit. I also have a 1950 Bentley Mark VI for sale never restored all original so yes I am interested in making a two car deal if possible!
Here is some more information about Bentley Mark VI
4 Â¼ - litre used an F-head straight-6 engine 4.3 L (4,257 cc/259 cu in) in size
TheBentley Mark VIis an automobile from Bentleywhich was produced from 1946 to 1952.
The Mark VI 4-door standard steel sports saloonwas the first post-warluxury carfrom Bentley. Announced in May 1946and produced from 1946 to 1952 it was also both the first car fromRolls-Roycewith all-steel coachworkand the first complete car assembled and finished at their factory. These very expensive cars were a genuine success; long-term, their weakness lay in the inferior steels forced on them by government's post-war controls.Chassiscontinued to be supplied to independent coach builders. Bentley manufactured Four-door Saloon, two-door saloon, bodied saloon and drop head coupe models.
This first Bentley factory finished car was given the name Bentley Mark VI standard steel sports saloon. This shorter wheelbase chassis and engine was a variant of the Rolls-Royce Silver Wraithof 1946 and, with the same standard steel body, became the cautiously introduced Silver Dawnof 1949. In 1952 both Rolls Royce Silver Dawn and Bentley Mk VI standard steel bodies were modified to incorporate a boot of about twice the size and the result became known as the R Type Bentleybased on the Chassis number at which the change took place. The name of the Rolls Royce Silver Dawn was not changed after the modification that started with the "E" series in these cars. This Car comes when Rolls Royce was Bentley and steel was at a shortage nothing was spared on these cars.