Buying or Selling a 1923 Bentley 3 Litre?
In accordance with its name, the Bentley 3 Litre was the first model ever produced by the British based automobile manufacturer. The first production year was 1921, and production ran all the way through to the year 1929. Beyond the 3-litre capacity, the engine was quite sophisticated for its time. This sophistication came by way of a four-valve setup, two spark plugs per cylinder, an overhead camshaft pent-roof combustion chambers, and twin carburetors. Top speed for the baseline model was recorded circa 80 mph. Most models produced during this era were commissioned by Vanden Plas, and were often constructed as touring models. To distinguish these models, a blue background was often used on the radiator, which resulted in this specific earning the name Blue Label.
1923 Bentley 3 Litre Seller’s Guide
If you’re the owner of a 1923 Bentley 3 Litre and have an interest in selling, then look no further than the Alex Manos dealership. The team is comprised of numerous car experts, all of whom have experience in dealing with classic car and the many nuances that come with it. The friendly team is also known for sharing tips and advice with buyers, sellers, and enthusiasts. One piece of advice that they have for potential sellers is to always keep in mind how important a first impression can be. Given the age of your 1923 Bentley 3 Litre, it is vital that this first impression not be marred by any potential gaffes and it is best avoided through having all of the proper documentation available to the buyer to begin with. The Alex Manos dealership has an extensive collection of classic cars, and given their long-time experience in the industry, are more than happy to offer their services and a top dollar price for your 1923 Bentley 3 Litre.
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Get in touch with the Alex Manos dealership today and begin the process of selling your 1923 Bentley 3 Litre. Rest assured that the friendly and warm staff will offer a top dollar price in accordance with the condition of your classic, and also know that they offer free shipping from anywhere in the United States – including Alaska!