The Bentley Mark VI was the first Bentley car to be assembled and finished at the Rolls-Royce factory and also the first to use an all-steel coachwork. The model was a 4-door standard steel sports saloon introduced in 1946 and produced until 1952. The 1947 Bentley Mark VI was powered by an F-head, straight-six, 4.3-liter engine with inlet over exhaust, linked to a four-speed gearbox. Performance was quite impressive compared to other similar models of the late 1940s. The chassis used leaf springs in the rear, and independent coil springs in the front and was supplied to a number of independent coachbuilders. The design was typical of the post-war era and featured balanced lines with a very elegant body overall.
The first examples of Bentley Mark VI are very desirable collector classics. Should you be in the market for a specific model of 1947 Bentley Mark VI, The Beverly Hills Car Club team would be delighted to assist you along the research and purchase processes. One thing to remember when buying a classic car is that paperwork and documentation can reveal a lot of useful information and will increase the value of the model down the road. If you’re not an expert, ask for help looking at the service and maintenance records to see if all the work was done by certified mechanics and if the car was in any major accidents that could have damaged the chassis. The Beverly Hills Car Club’s warehouse in Los Angeles is the home for a large and eclectic collection of classics of all makes, models, and conditions. The team is at your service to help you find the right model of 1947 Bentley Mark VI.
Come visit The Beverly Hills Car Club showroom anytime to view the current models available for sale. Whether there is a 1947 Bentley Mark VI in the inventory or not, the qualified representatives will go the extra mile to help you track down the right model, no matter where it’s located. Connect with the team today and get your project started!
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