Buying or Selling a 1956 Bentley S1?
The 1956 Bentley S1 was the second model of the S1 series. The major changes between the 1955 model and the 1956 Bentley S1 model were that GM’s four-speed Hydramatic transmission. It was standardized from 1956 onward, and this is the first model of the S1 that offered power steering as well as air-conditioning. The suspension and braking system were also a little different in this 1956 S1 model. The vehicle had a lever on the steering column so that operators could adjust the shock absorbers to their liking. In addition, a second master cylinder was added to the braking system making it more efficient. The chassis and suspension on this vehicle were lubricated using a Bijur lubrication system. In 1957, even more change came for the Bentley S1. When selling these vehicles, you can differentiate between model years easily.
1956 Bentley S1 Seller’s Guide
Should you be the owner of one of these classic early British icons, you likely share the enthusiasm for the great history of Bentley and wonderful driving experience that comes with owning a 1956 Bentley S1. The unmatched knowledge of the staff of the Alex Manos dealership is a perfect match for your classic, and the staff would like to share of that knowledge here. For example, they’d to stress how important it is to make a good first impression. This can be accomplished through a number of different avenues, including taking great photos of the 1956 Bentley S1 that help to accentuate its features. The Alex Manos dealership is available anytime to help answer questions that you may have regarding your 1956 Bentley S1, and they invite to stop by their Los Angeles-based dealership to view their extensive collection of classics.
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Come visit the Alex Manos dealership today and get started on selling your classic 1956 Bentley S1. Rest assured that the staff will offer you top dollar in accordance with the condition of your classic, and that they will certainly go the extra mile in helping to facilitate the proper sale by avoiding the difficult experience you may find selling yourself.