At the end of the sixties, emaciated rock artists, Cubans with thick cigars and freedom from sex, drugs and rock & roll.
Rolls Royce and Bentley had their heyday and the Silver Shadow was an insane success. At the time, fewer Bentley’s were sold. Funnily enough, this is why the T1 is now more sought-after again. The more than 12-pint engine with a flying B on the bonnet still gives us a broad smile.
For anyone who wants the absolute top, and yet thinks he or she is more modest than in a Rolls Royce. We will explain it to you!
During the lifetime of the Bentley T1 there was a big improvement in early ’68 the GM400 gearbox was introduced. At the end of ’69 however, the dashboard was also changed to a safer (and uglier) one. So ours has the much nicer Chippendale ‘split-dashboard’ with the better gearbox. Long story short; best of both worlds, little and short made, so exactly what you want!
You don’t want to drive such a classic Briton in dirty colours, but in this cheeky Larch Green you’ll come out on top. It was delivered to Frank Dale, where it was taken away by a German collector a few years ago. The car has been serviced to perfection and is documented, and is ready for some serious scenic drives. Will you come for a ride soon? Mister is already sold and waiting in the back of the car.I'm interested in this object