Buying or Selling a 1930 Bentley 8 Litre?
The Bentley 8 Litre was introduced in 1930 at the London Olympia Motor Show and produced until 1932 in only 100 units. The Bentley 8 Litre was the last model built completely by Bentley before the Great Depression and the financial difficulties of Bentley lead to Rolls-Royce acquisition. The largest Bentley chassis was used on the 8 Litre model, equipped with semi-elliptic leaf springs controlled by double acting dampers. The model was made using wheelbases of 144 or 156 in, three rare units being built on a 138-in wheelbase. A SOHC, 8-liter, straight-six engine powered the model, with four valves per cylinder and twin-spark ignition. A four-speed gearbox was connected to the engine and both were well isolated from the chassis using rubber to avoid vibration.
1930 Bentley 8 Litre Seller’s Guide
Whether you own a 1930 Bentley 8 Litre model and looking to sell it, or simply wondering what it’s worth at the moment, the Alex Manos team is a great place to start. The staff is composed of professional classic car experts who have long-time experience in the industry. The representatives are always looking to add new classics to their growing inventory and would love to take a look at your 1930 Bentley 8 Litre. In addition to making a top dollar offer on your classic, the staff will share some tips and recommendations to help you make a better transaction. For one, they’ll recommend you show the car to potential buyers in its best condition. Your trusted classic car mechanic might be able to help by making small fixes that will increase the value of the classic.
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Connect with the Alex Manos team today to get started on your project of selling your 1930 Bentley 8 Litre. The staff would be more than happy to evaluate your model and give you a quote. Known for their fair deals, the team will also offer to handle transportation and pay cash is convenient. Don’t wait and call one of the representatives today!