1938 Park Ward Saloon

A "Pick of the Day" is one of many fine Silent Sports Cars, a 1938 Bentley 4.25-liter Park Ward Saloon. A very good original automobile that has never required nor received a complete restoration, as reported by the owner. The car has been refreshed recently to a high standard, as the picture depicts.

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1937 Gurney Nutting Sedanca

This 4 1/4 Liter Derby Gurney Nutting Sedanca Coupe was originally sold new in London, UK, 90 Derby Bentley cars received coach work from ultra-exclusive coach builder J. Gurney Nutting.

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1937 H. J. Mulliner Pillarless

H. J. Mulliner & Co. was a well-known British coachbuilder operating from Bedford Park, Chiswick, West London. The company which owned it was formed by H J Mulliner in 1897 but the business was a continuing branch of a family business founded in Northampton in the 1760s to hire out carriages. In December 1909 the controlling interest in this company passed to John Croall & Sons of Edinburgh. Croall sold that interest to Rolls-Royce in 1959.

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1935 Gurney Nutting drophead

Another fine example of Gurney Nutting coachwork, owned by one of our Derby Bentley Society members. A 1935 Derby fitted with the 3-1/2 liter engine. Carrying chassis No. B166DG and body style 1659 smartly displayed as a drophead coupe. Originally designed in England by John Blatchley for the Countess of Warwick. A brilliant color combination of original Green on Black.

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1934 Freestone & Webb Saloon

This 1934 Derby Bentley, chassis B136 AH, is a handsome and exquisitely restored car wearing unique close-coupled “Saloon Coupe” coachwork by Freestone & Webb.

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