The Bentley Mark VI Stabilimenti Farina drophead coupe was built in 1949. The Mark VI model was the first post-war car made by Rolls-Royce and also the first to be completely assembled at the Crewe factory. The Standard Steel body was a novelty too and marked a departure from individual coachbuilders to standardized construction. A few models were consigned to various coachbuilders though, including the Bentley Mark VI Stabilimenti Farina drophead coupe. The car was powered by a 4.2-liter, 6-cylinder, F-head engine, linked to a four-speed manual gearbox. The model offered satisfying performances and could reach top speeds averaging 90 mph. Chassis was equipped with independent front suspension and leaf springs in the rear and brakes were servo-assisted.
Interested in the Bentley Mark VI Stabilimenti Farina drophead coupe? This one of a kind example of the Bentley Mark VI model has a very interesting ownership history. The Beverly Hills Car Club team would be happy to speak with you about the Bentley Mark VI Stabilimenti Farina drophead coupe or any other classics. The team is composed of friendly and knowledgeable classic car specialists, known for sharing tips and advice with classic car buyers regularly. One thing they’ll tell you about the Bentley Mark VI is that the model is quite reliable is the mechanics and electronics are sound. Also, don’t forget to check the body panels for rust. The Beverly Hills Car Club has a large inventory of classic cars for sale and the team is always looking for more unique examples to grow the collection.
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