Buying or Selling a 1930 Bentley Speed Six?
The Bentley Speed Six was only produced for a short period of time, from its introduction in 1928 in Geneva until 1930 when it was replaced by the Bentley 8 Litre model. The Speed Six was sold alongside the standard 6.5 Litre model and featured Bentley’s signature straight-six engine with advanced features including aluminum pistons, a high-performance cam, and twin SU carburetors. On the road-going version, the engine delivered 180 hp and 200 hp for the high-compression, short-wheelbase racing model. Bentleys were sold as rolling chassis in the early days and the customers sent them to their coachbuilders of choice to create a tailored body and interior. The number of units produced is estimated to about 182, although the number of cars to have survived nowadays is decreasing.
1930 Bentley Speed Six Seller’s Guide
Each example of 1930 Bentley Speed Six is a very unique classic and collectors looking for such a model will want to know all the details about your example. Give full disclosure about your 1930 Bentley Speed Six condition so that you don’t waste time showing the car to potential buyers who are looking for some features your model doesn’t have. Alex Manos and his team are a number one destination for classic car sellers. Based in Los Angeles, their classic car dealership has a large inventory and the team is always looking to add new classics to the collection. Should your model be of interest to them, they’ll make you a top dollar offer on the spot. All offers are payable in cash and the team will include other services such as taking care of transportation from anywhere in the U.S., including Alaska.
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