The Bentley Mark VIor MkVIwas announced in May 1964 and produced until 1952. It was the first model to be completely assembled and finished at the Rolls-Royce factory, and the first car featuring a factory-built coachwork. A few coachbuilders helped enhance the balanced lines of the initial coachwork. The Bentley Mark VI was powered by a six-cylinder, inline F-head engine with inlet over exhaust and twin SU carburetors. The unit offered a capacity of 4.2 liters for the early models, upgraded to 4.6 liters in 1951. When the Bentley Mark VI was first introduced, its performance was well received by the enthusiasts and the motoring press. The improvements made in 1951 improved the performance even further. The Mk VI was made available with left hand drive from 1949.
The Beverly Hills Car Club is a great first stop if you’re looking to purchase a Bentley Mark VI. The team is composed of friendly and knowledgeable classic car enthusiasts who are always looking to match buyers with their perfect classic. Based in Los Angeles, their showroom is the home for a large collection including classics of all makes, models, and conditions. In addition to having one of the best inventories of classic cars for sale in the U.S., The Beverly Hills Car Club team is known for sharing useful tips and advice with classic car buyers. Get in touch with the team to gather some information and best practices regarding the process for buying a classic. For example, it’s always best to hire a classic Bentley expert to carry out a complete pre-purchase inspection and make sure you’re aware of the flaws and drawbacks of the model.
The Beverly Hills Car Club team is available and ready to assist you with the research and purchase of your future Bentley Mark VI. Please don’t hesitate to stop by their showroom in Los Angeles. If you’re not in the area, it isn’t an issue. The team is used to dealing with buyers and sellers worldwide. Call today to get started!
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