' Bentley Models Ever Made

Bentley R Type (1953-1955)
Bentley R Type (1953-1955)
R-Type standard steel saloon. A shortcoming of the Bentley MK VI and the early Silver Dawn was a serious deficiency of luggage space. The task of addressing the problem fell to the then chief styling engineer John Blachley...
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Bentley R Type Continental (1952-1955)
Bentley R Type Continental (1952-1955)
The Bentley R Type Continental, introduced in 1952. Pictured above with coachwork byH J Mulliner, it was the fastest genuine four seater car in the world at the time, being capable of 100 mph in third gear!
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Bentley S Series I (1955-1959)
Bentley S Series I (1955-1959)
For Technical and description see. 'Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud'. Unlike it's predecessors, the Silver Cloud and Bentley S Series chassis frame was of welded box section. The Bentley S Series chassis was identical...
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Bentley S Series Continental (1955-1966)
Bentley S Series Continental (1955-1966)
For technical and information see Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud The R-Type Continental sowed the seeds for the S-Type Continentals although they never had the same uniqueness of the original car.
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Bentley S II (1959-1962)
Bentley S II (1959-1962)
The Bentley S2 was introduced in 1959 and produced until 1962. The S2 replaced the S1 and would later be replaced by the S3. The Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud I and the Bentley S1 had been nearly identical.
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Bentley S III (1962-1966)
Bentley S III (1962-1966)
The Bentley S3, a 4-door saloon with seating for five, was produced from 1962 through 1965 with a total of 1630 examples being produced. It was basically a modified and modern version of the Bentley S2.
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Bentley T Series I (1965-1977)
Bentley T Series I (1965-1977)
The Bentley T Series was the Bentley badged version of the Rolls Royce Silver Shadow. It was available as a four door saloon or a two door saloon with coachwork by James Young...
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Bentley T II (1977-1981)
Bentley T II (1977-1981)
By the time the Silver Shadow II appeared, the company's efforts at providing a Bentley alternative were a little half hearted. The name on the engine rocker covers was Rolls-Royce...
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Bentley Mulsanne (1980-1987)
Bentley Mulsanne (1980-1987)
The name Mulsanne was taken from a part of the track where the famous Le Mans 24 hour race was held. More than just a few felt surprised when the launch in 1980 of a new model generation...
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Bentley Mulsanne Turbo (1982-1985)
Bentley Mulsanne Turbo (1982-1985)
8 cylinder 90 degree V configuration Rear wheel drive, 3 speed automatic with uprated torque converter 5 seater 4 door saloon, steel monocoque, separate sub frames front and rear...
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