BENTLEY 3,5 – litre

(Britain 1933)

De luxe car from the marque founded by William Owen Bentley, which had been taken over by Rolls-Royce in 1931 and owed its fame to a series of victories in the Le Mans 24-hour race in the 1920s. This two-door, four-seater coupé with bodywork by Frenay of Paris is powered by a very quiet and flexible straight-six engine derived from Rolls-Royce’s Silver Ghost. It has been Bentley’s custom never to declare the power output and top speed of its models. The accepted figures top speed of its models. The accepted figures for this car are 110/120 bhp at 4500 rpm and about 150 km/h.

Engine: 6 cilindri
Capacity: 3669 cc
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Weight: 1750 kg

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