Bentley was acquired by Rolls-Royce and the Mark VI was a radical change for the company. The model was launched in 1946 and was the first car to use factory-built coachwork. The 4-door standard steel body featured elegant and balanced lines and the chassis was equipped with independent suspension in the front. Performance was a key selling point and power came from a 6-cylinder, 4.2-liter engine with twin SU carburetors. Linked to a 4-speed gearbox and equipped with servo-assisted brakes, the 1949 Bentley Mark VI offered a very smooth and precise driving. Suspension was all-independent using coil springs in the front, and leaf springs in the rear. From 1949, the Bentley Mark VI was made available with left hand drive.
In the market for a 1949 Bentley Mark VI? Come visit The Beverly Hills Car Club in Los Angeles. The friendly staff has long-time experience in the classic car industry. Not only will the representatives help you find the perfect model of 1949 Bentley Mark VI for your price range and needswhether or not it’s for sale at their classic car dealership, but also the team will share some best practice recommendations to help you make a smart transaction. One thing to know about the Bentley Mark VI is that the cost of restoration can be several times the value of the car. Therefore, it’s best to get a model that is in sound mechanical and aesthetic condition. Moreover, a model in good shape will be relatively inexpensive to maintain compared to other similar classics. A good 1949 Bentley Mark VI can even be considered as a daily driver if you’re a classic car die-hard.
The Beverly Hills Car Club welcomes you to come view their large inventory of classic cars for sale at their Los Angeles showroom. If you’re not in the area, that’s not an issue. The staff is used to do deals all across the country and also operates internationally. Get in touch with a member of the team today to hear more about their many services and ask for guidance in your project of buying a 1949 Bentley Mark VI.
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