Buying or Selling a 1959 Bentley S1 Continental?
The 1959 Bentley S1 Continental was the first Continental model fitted with the 4.9-liter straight six engine. The car still came standard with an automatic transmission. The car’s body style remained pretty consistent with each coachbuilder creating each one with its own unique look. This was the last S1 Continental model to be manufactured before the company decided to make another change. It featured soft suspension as well as a four-wheel drum braking system. Park Ward and H.J. Mulliner did most of the coachwork on these models, which makes these cars especially valuable.
1959 Bentley S1 Continental Seller’s Guide
When it comes to selling a classic, be sure to look no further than the Los Angeles-based classic car dealership owned by Alex Manos. The staff that work there are all car enthusiasts and band together with many years of experience in the industry. If you’re the owner of a 1959 Bentley S1 Continental, then be sure to get in touch with the experienced team today. The team is known for sharing advice and would even like to offer some of that advice today. If your 1959 Bentley S1 Continental is in pristine shape, then it is vital you stress this during the sale along with all of the important documents that have been maintained throughout the years. A buyer will certainly appreciate if the papers are offered up front to keep current on maintenance. It’s also important to note that the Alex Manos dealership is known for their extensive collection of classics and would offer top dollar on the spot if you were to get in touch with one their representatives.
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The Alex Manos dealership, based out of Los Angeles, would cherish the opportunity to earn your business and have friendly representatives standing by who are ready to take your call. They’d also like to note that free shipping is offered from anywhere in the United States – including Alaska – so don’t hesitate any longer and call today.