Buying or Selling a 1951 Bentley Mark VI?
The Bentley Mark VI was first announced in May 1946 and built at the Crewe factory until 1952, when the model was replaced by the Bentley R-Type. First model to be completely assembled and finished at the new factory, the Mk VI was also the first to be constructed with a steel body and was referred to as the Standard Steel model. The design of the four-door sedan body was refined and the interior was comfortable, featuring a nice sliding roof. The 1951 Bentley Mark VI was a very powerful model for the era, thanks to its powerful inlet-over-exhaust valve, six-cylinder engine. In 1951, the engine’s capacity was boosted from 4.2 to 4.5 liters and performance improved even further. The unit was coupled to a four-speed manual transmission.
1951 Bentley Mark VI Seller’s Guide
If you’re reading this article, chances are you own a 1951 Bentley Mark VI and are you’re looking to sell it at a good price. One recommendation the Alex Manos often shares with classic car sellers is to give lots of details in your ad, so that potential buyers see all their questions answered and spend as much time looking at your model as possible. Emphasize on the fact that the Bentley Mark VI combines gorgeous body style with a powerful engine, delivering 150 hp for the larger unit and enable the car to reach a top speed of 100 mph—which wasn’t common in the early 1950s. Based in Los Angeles, Alex Manos and his team have a large warehouse with many classics for sale. The team is always searching for new models to grow the inventory and they’d love to take a look at your particular example. Should it fit their current needs, they’ll make you a top dollar offer on the spot, payable in cash.
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Alex Manos and his team have been working in the classic car industry for many years and developed a network of experts that can be useful for your project. Call them today to get started and ask for their quote on your 1951 Bentley Mark VI.