Buying or Selling a 1953 Bentley R Type?
While in development, the Bentley R Type was referred to as the Mark VII, as it succeeded to the Mark VI model. The new model was introduced in 1952 and produced until 1955, in 2,323 units. The Bentley R Type was fitted with a standardized body—although a few models were consigned to individual coachbuilders—and the whole car was assembled at the Crewe factory in England. The Mark VI and the R Type were similar in design for the front of the car, but the trunk was twice as big. The engine was an F-head, 6-cylinder, 4.5-liter unit, coupled to a four-speed manual transmission standard, with an automatic option. The chassis featured independent suspension in the front and semi-elliptical leaf springs in the rear.
1953 Bentley R Type Seller’s Guide
Whether you own a standard Bentley R Type or one with a rare coachbuilder body, the Alex Manos team is a good place to start. Their dealership is based in Los Angeles and is the home for a large and growing collection of classic cars for sale. The staff welcomes you anytime to have your 1953 Bentley R Type evaluated by experienced and knowledgeable representatives who will make a top dollar offer on the spot should the model fit their collection. You can also ask the team for their best practice recommendations when it comes to selling a 1953 Bentley R Type. One of their recurrent pieces of advice is to gather all the available documents in a folder for easy viewing, so that potential buyers have a clear understanding of the model’s history. Moreover, a model with a known and proven history, and that had few owners, will command a higher value.
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Don’t hesitate to reach out to Alex Manos and his team anytime if you need some help getting started with your project of selling a 1953 Bentley R Type. The team welcomes the opportunity to earn your business and will do their best to make your experience easy and enjoyable.