Under the bonnet of the Bentley S1 is set 4.9-liter inline six-cylinder engine.
Auction house Silverstone to auction pickup Bentley. Car converted from a sedan Australian body shops by count of Stradbroke Keith Rosa. The preliminary cost of the lot – 25-30 thousand pounds.
The truck started life as a Bentley S1 of 1956. His alteration was engaged in a famous Sydney body master George Williams of Camperdown. He equipped a car made of wood cargo platform, which started where usually located the passengers in the second row. Pickup a Bentley painted in bright yellow color, and on its side is a logo of the previous owner of the farm of Mount Fyans Black Angus Herd.
Under the bonnet of the Bentley S1 is set 4.9-liter inline six-cylinder engine, outstanding 178 horsepower and is combined with a Quad “automatic”. Buyers of conventional cars were available rear dampers with solenoid valve and transmission with individual gear ratios.
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