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Arvid Aug 18
in August 1951, HJ Mulliner create the Bentley R-Type Continental prototype OLG 490, the first of 208 R-Type Continentals to be built over the next 4 years
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Arvid Aug 4
1962 Bentley S2 Continental by Park Ward,more angular and less sweeping lines than the Mulliner's,although merged in 1961
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Arvid Jul 28
This 1955 Bentley S1 Continental was the 5th of 58 built to Park Wards design No.700, a design that retains it’s elegant looks, with the hood up or down The S1 was to be the last 6 cylinder Bentley, with the 6.2 litre V8 being introduced for the S2
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Arvid Jul 21
the Bentley S3 Continental brought to an end the exclusivity of the chassis built Bentley, with the introduction of the monocoque T-Series
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Arvid Aug 18
Replying to @Only9built
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Arvid Aug 11
the 1965 Bentley S3 Continental by James Young, ending the era of the chassis built Continental Unfortunately, in my opinion, the James Young designs for the S-Type retained a conservative appearance, lacking the style and elegance of the H J Mulliner designs
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CJHM Dec 2
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🐍AlfaπŸ€ Jun 30
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andrew green May 12
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