The 1973 Bentley T1 was not drastically different from the rest of the T1 models that came before it. It came standard with more interior space and less exterior surface area than any of the previous Bentley models that preceded the T series. The sleek, rounded exterior housed a spacious, beautiful interior complete with custom coachwork and these cars were made to be one-of-a-kind works of art. The luggage area in the car was also quite accommodating for passengers to carry around more items with them while traveling. In addition, the front seats were adjustable eight different ways and more easily maneuverable power steering made the job for the driver easier than ever before. Other standards for the 1973 Bentley T1 were all wheel disc brakes using a hydraulic suspension, electric windows, and a larger fuel tank for longer trips.
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