Introduced in 1946, the Bentley Mark VI was a 4-door standard steel sports saloon. First post-war model for Bentley, the Mark VI was also the first car to be assembled and finished at the factory. The chassis featured all-independent suspension in the front with coil springs, and leaf springs in the rear. The body’s design was elegant and refined, with well-balanced lines and some chassis were sent to individual coachbuilders. The 1948 Bentley Mark VI was powered by a six-cylinder, inline F-head engine with twin SU carburetors. The unit’s capacity was 4.2 liters and gave the car impressive performance. Linked to a four-speed gearbox, the model was very smooth and enjoyable.
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