First seen in 1946, the Bentley Mark VI was an advanced and powerful four-door sedan. The model was powered by a 6-cylinder engine with an inlet-over-exhaust valve and a capacity of 4.2 liters. The chassis was made at the Rolls-Royce Crewe factory and most units were fitted with a standardized steel body assembled at the factory. A few models were consigned to coachbuilders mainly from the UK, Italy and France. The Bentley Mark VI Hooper sports saloon was a graceful two-door design crafted by Hooper & Company of London, who was the coachbuilder for the Royal Family. Hooped & Company was known for their excellent quality construction and modern designs with advanced engineering. The main design cue for the Bentley Mark VI Hooper sports saloon was the flowing Empress fenders that sweep down the flanks of the cars.
Should you be interested in the unique Bentley Mark VI Hooper sports saloon, The Beverly Hills Car Club team would be happy to speak with you about the history of this particular example or any other Mark VI with special bodywork from independent coachbuilders. The Beverly Hills Car Club is known for sharing best practice recommendations with their clients and friends, to help everyone make good transactions. On tip when purchasing a classic Bentley is to get the best model within your price range. The Mark VI can be a reliable classic if mechanics and electronics are in good shape. The Beverly Hills Car Club dealership is based in Los Angeles; the showroom is the home for a large collection of classics for sale.
Should you be looking to purchase a classic car, The Beverly Hills Car Club is a good place to start. Come visit the showroom today and view the impressive collection. The friendly staff will help you find the right model and answer any questions you may have about the Bentley Mark VI Hooper sports saloon.
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