1930 was the last year of production for the Bentley Speed Six. The model was introduced in 1928 in Geneva and was sold alongside the standard 6.5 Litre model. The model featured Bentley’s signature straight-six engine with advanced features including aluminum pistons, a high-performance cam and twin SU carburetors. 180 hp were produced for the road-going car and 200 hp for the high-compression, short-wheelbase racing model. At the time, Bentleys were sold as chassis and the customers sent them to their coachbuilders of choice to create a tailored body and interior. About 182 examples were built between 1928 and 1930, before the 8 Litre cars replaced the model.
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