Production of the Bentley S1 Drophead Coupe began in 1955 and ceased in 1959. The Bentley S1 model was the first complete redesign of the company’s standard production car after World War II ended. The Bentley S series was introduced to be a roomier alternative to the R- type previously manufactured. The Bentley S1 Drophead Coupe was a luxury convertible vehicle, hence the use of Drophead in the model name. The Drophead Coupe had two doors, a folding roof, and a sloping rear and could seat up to four people comfortably. Because the head of the vehicle was a convertible, these cars were lighter weight and had better steering control. The suspension and breaking on these S1 Drophead Coupes was also much better than the previous R type models. The vehicle also featured a 4.9-liter straight six engine to achieve among the highest speeds for the time. These cars also came four-speed automatic gearbox standard.
If a Bentley S1 Drophead Coupe is on your bucket list this year, The Beverly Hills Car Club can help! Based in Los Angeles, the car club has a massive collection of classic cars for sale and a very helpful staff to assist you in securing the perfect vehicle of your dreams. Not only will they help you find the right Bentley S1 Drophead Coupe at a fair price, but also inform you about their recommendations to help you make an informed purchase. For example, they’ll suggest you hire a classic car expert to do a complete pre-purchase inspection and make you aware of future maintenance needs the car will have. They have classic car specialists to assist you with this very important buy.
Los Angeles and The Beverly Hills Car Club welcomes you to visit the classic car dealership anytime. If you’re not in the area, no problem! The team can assist remote customers buy and sell classics worldwide. Reach out today and find out what’s currently available for sale! We look forward to working with you soon.
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