1932 was the last year of production for the Bentley 8 Litre and the model was the last to be made by Bentley before the Rolls-Royce acquisition. The 8 Litre was based on the largest rolling chassis from Bentley and built on two different lengths of wheelbase: 144 or 156 in. Power came from an 8-liter, straight-six unit with four valves per cylinder, twin SU carburetors and twin-spark ignition. The unit delivered 220 hp and top speed was recorded at 125 mph. Suspension used long semi-elliptic leaf springs controlled by double acting dampers. Various coachbuilders, chosen by the customer, designed the body of the Bentley 8 Litre. Saloon and limousine body styles were popular and some cars were restored with a change to a tourer body.
Looking for a 1932 Bentley 8 Litre? The number of 8 Litre models produced that year is very low and finding the perfect one isn’t an easy task. Whether you’re searching for a short-base model, a long-base model, one with an open top or an original example, The Beverly Hills Car Club is a good place to start. Based in Los Angeles, the team has a large collection of classics for sale and customers come from all over the world to see the impressive showroom. Start by browsing their online inventory and call one of the representatives to get more details on the models currently available for sale. The friendly staff will also share some tips and advice to help you make the best transaction possible. For example, they’ll suggest you ask the owner for all the documentation available on the 1932 Bentley 8 Litre, including certificates, history of ownership papers and service maintenance, which will allow you to evaluate the classic accurately.
Connect with The Beverly Hills Car Club team today to get more information on the team’s services, advice on classic car purchases and information on the current market price and availabilities for a 1932 Bentley 8 Litre. The team is looking forward to speaking with you soon!
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