First introduced in 1919, the Bentley 3 Litre was the first chassis made by Bentley and was powered by a straight-four, 3-liter engine as its name suggests. The model was produced from 1921 to 1929 and fitted with various bodies made by the customers’ coachbuilders of choice. The 1925 Bentley 3 Litre was available in a long and short chassis and Vanden Plas was recommended by Bentley for the design of the body, with most of the model being tourers. The model was very capable for its era and won Le Mans in 1924 and 1927. Three variants were offered, named after the colors commonly used on the radiator badge. The Blue Label, the Red Label, and the Green Label were allowing top speeds of 80, 90, and 100 mph respectively.
Should you be interested in early classic Bentleys, the 3 Litre model is one with both a great history and enjoyable driving experience. The Beverly Hills Car Club team would be happy to share their knowledge and experience of the model and its history. Thanks to their many years in the industry, dealing with all kinds of classics, the team has gained an unmatched knowledge and expertise of all the models and the market. For example, they’ll recommend you check the body for rust thoroughly. Classics from the 1920s have either been maintained with great attention, or in need of serious restoration. Be sure you’re aware of the costs before you go for a restoration job. The Beverly Hills Car Club team is available at any time to answer any questions you may have. Moreover, their Los Angeles classic car dealership has a large and diverse inventory of classics for sale.
Come meet The Beverly Hills Car Club team today and get started with your project of buying a 1925 Bentley 3 Litre. The friendly staff is looking forward to working with you and will go the extra mile to provide you with a hassle-free and memorable experience.
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