The 1977 Bentley T2 was the first model year produced by Bentley Motors Limited. It brought a fresh change to the previous Bentley T1. The 1977 Bentley T2 had a smooth outer body style and it still had a unibody design making it sleek as well. The car housed a 6.23- liter eight-cylinder engine and came standard with a four-speed automatic transmission. This car had a slightly lower bonnet then vehicles previously and had a rounded radiator shell. You could either purchase this car on the standard wheelbase or on the long wheelbase. Another variation you could choose as the buyer was the hardtop saloon or the luxury convertible model. If you got the two-door fixed head coupe version, the coachwork was done by James Young and Mulliner Park Ward – making it the ultimate in chic. Mulliner Park Ward solely did the convertible’s coachwork. Features included powerful air conditioning, rack and pinion steering, and a new bumper design where they were rubber-faced.
If you’re in the market to purchase fixed head or drophead coupe version of the 1977 Bentley T2, The Beverly Hills Car Club is ready and eager to help you. Their dealership located in Los Angeles, California, has beautiful classic cars awaiting you with plenty of Bentley models to choose from. They give their customers fair prices on their vehicles and great advice about car maintenance now and into the future. Before your car leaves the lot, they will help you find an inspector to come and make sure everything on your car is running smoothly upon purchase. The team at The Beverly Hills Car Club is eager to help another customer find their dream car since they’ve been doing so for years.
If you find yourself near the Los Angeles area, come by and visit the dealership for yourself and meet our knowledgeable staff. If you are looking to purchase a car remotely, The Beverly Hills Car Club is happy to do so since we’ve helped buyers worldwide for years. Reach out to The Beverly Hills Car Club today!
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