Buying or Selling a 1955 Bentley R Type Continental Drophead Coupé?
From 1952 to 1955, Bentley was selling the R Type and the R Type Continental. Many components were shared between the two models but the Continental was a more performing version of the R Type. The R Type Continental could reach a top speed of 120 mph, which made it the fastest four-seat car in production at the time. Coupled to an automatic gearbox, the 4.5-liter engine was upgraded to a 4.9-liter capacity unit for the 1955 models. H.J. Mulliner was responsible for the styling of most models and was used aerodynamics testing using the Rolls Royce wind tunnel. Park Ward made a few models, including a drophead variant, which is one of the most elegant and refined bodies. The interior of the 1955 Bentley R Type Continental drophead coupé features luxurious and comfortable equipment.
1955 Bentley R Type Continental Drophead Coupé Seller’s Guide
If you’re looking to sell your 1955 Bentley R Type Continental drophead coupé, you probably know a lot about the model. One interesting fact is that most models are right-hand-drive, with only 43 left-hand drive cars. Be sure to mention some of your model’s special features and history when advertising it. Alex Manos and his team are interested in your R Type Continental, to fit in their Los Angeles showroom. Contact one of the experts today to find out about the services offered by the team as well as get a quote for your 1955 Bentley R Type Continental drophead coupé. The team has been buying and selling classics for many years and the staff enjoys a great reputation for good deals and excellent service.
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Come meet the team and visit the Los Angeles showroom anytime. The team welcomes you in a friendly environment and is looking forward to helping you sell your 1955 Bentley R Type Continental drophead coupé. Should you sell them your classic, the staff will make an offer payable in cash and offer to take care of transportation from anywhere in the U.S., including Alaska.