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Les has been going through his epic collection of old colour slides, and this time turned up these three gems.
Between 1933 and 1936 over 1,100 examples of 3.5 litre Bentley were produced, with coachwork from one of a number of contemporary coachbuilders. In 1936 the engine received a further makeover, resulting in a new capacity of 4,255cc, and the cars were now known as the 4i?? litre Bentley.
Post-war, the first Bentley offered with standard factory coachwork would go on sale, the MkVI standard steel saloon of 1946. Happily, my suspicions that the car was still around and in fine fettle were confirmed late in 2010, when the Bentley's owner - Mike - sent me both some photos of the car as it is today, and a write-up of this thoughts on it. Although designed as a high performance sports car I never really thrash it, as a full engine overhaul would be financially beyond me. Unless one is very wealthy, these cars are only really practical for someone like myself who is sufficiently competent to carry out quite major work such as top overhauls. A new password has been sent to It might not arrive straightaway, please wait 30 minutes before requesting another one. Unknown Believed to be an Aston Martin International MkII Le Mans, alongside a 1930s Austin.
ERA Delage at Prescott - also note the array of other cars in the background, plus Ted Lloyd Jones -built Triangle Special. Be sure to enter your registration number as shown on your Tax Disc, Log Book (V5) or DVLA document V796 (available in pdf on the web).


The road tax is current, so it seems likely that this car is in use, perhaps at Bentley Drivers Club events?? If the current owner would like to get in touch, I'd like to feature a photo or two showing the car now, some 40 or so years later [update - the owner has been in touch, see further down the page]. One benefit of this type of high quality machinery is that virtually every unit can be broken down into increasingly smaller parts, so making effective repair quite simple and relatively cheap. Another visitor to the site sent over the story of his father's Derby Bentley, bought in dismantled state in the 1960s, his recollections of that great car can be found here.
They've been scanned in as best as possible, although some are not quite as clear as the originals.
Note the characteristic narrow rear track of this 'Shelsley Special' - can anyone suggest which car is shown here sans bodywork? CML 719 is an Ulster, no longer registered on the DVLA site but still in existence, in the USA. Sideview of this coachbuilt Alvis - the registration hints at an overseas coachbuilder, perhaps Bidi??e as Hubert suggests. A choice of sporting cars, including Bentley YT 6067, a special registered MF 1632, a BMW 328, and an Austin Seven.
Still around is Bentley KW 5669, a 1929 (4398cc) 4.5 example, which appears on the Stanley Mann site. I think this is the Appleton Special, powered by a supercharged Riley engine, in modified Maserati chassis. Either yourself or the person you're buying for must already own the registration number you will use.
Interestingly, a check on the DVLA site shows that this lovely pre-war Bentley is still on the road with this number, I'm sure the current owner would be interested to see these old pictures of his or her car. The coachwork looks similar to the products of Park Ward, but I'm sure a Bentley expert can confirm this or not. The 3i?? litre Bentleys proved to be a huge success, their swift yet refined progress on the roads earning them the label of "The Silent Sports Car".


I'm sure Les wouldn't mind copies of these older images finding their way to the current owner too. John Everidge, in September of 1935 and it remained in the family until 1964 when it was loaned to Niblett to see if he liked it and until eventually he took it over.
I have driven other Derby Bentleys and their steering is subtly better than that of my car. Just about any item from the smallest washer to a cylinder head is available - the latter, of course, not so cheap. The photos I think date to the 1960s, and were in a batch of photographs that featured many steam traction engines, one of which can be seen in the background of these shots. Photographs of many top motor racing events from 1947, 1950, and into 1951, are featured here.
Sprints, trials, hillclimbs and circuit racing are all included, as is a great selection of tasty road cars, including real exotics such as pre-war Mercedes, and a swoopy Talbot Lago.
0 for the Flamethrower spot lights, all less a reasonable allowance for an Invicta car and un-expired tax.
I have all the log books together with the original owner's handbook and a comprehensive tool kit. The body is the usual Park Ward, all-aluminium, construction and is still in sound condition although the seats are somewhat tatty. The car has never had any major restoration work, merely on-going improvements but the engine was overhauled at the correct intervals.



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