1952 | Bentley Mark VI

1952 Bentley MkVI Freestone and Webb 6 light Saloon

53 935 EUR 7 607 485 JPY 105 485 BGN 1 335 045 CZK 401 225 DKK 44 995 GBP 21 633 735 HUF 254 399 PLN 266 745 RON 581 324 SEK 54 080 CHF 7 480 739 ISK 559 038 NOK 406 182 HRK 6 321 197 RUB 941 742 TRY 82 962 AUD 297 272 BRL 72 769 CAD 376 842 CNY 441 191 HKD 842 547 998 IDR 198 032 ILS 4 442 852 INR 72 950 956 KRW 1 138 831 MXN 247 792 MYR 91 306 NZD 3 098 655 PHP 78 556 SGD 2 005 615 THB 924 025 ZAR

 

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1952 | Bentley Mark VI

1952 Bentley MkVI Freestone and Webb 6 light Saloon
53 935 EUR 7 607 485 JPY 105 485 BGN 1 335 045 CZK 401 225 DKK 44 995 GBP 21 633 735 HUF 254 399 PLN 266 745 RON 581 324 SEK 54 080 CHF 7 480 739 ISK 559 038 NOK 406 182 HRK 6 321 197 RUB 941 742 TRY 82 962 AUD 297 272 BRL 72 769 CAD 376 842 CNY 441 191 HKD 842 547 998 IDR 198 032 ILS 4 442 852 INR 72 950 956 KRW 1 138 831 MXN 247 792 MYR 91 306 NZD 3 098 655 PHP 78 556 SGD 2 005 615 THB 924 025 ZAR

 

Royaume-Uni

 
Berline / 4-portes
101/137 kW/CV
35 025 mls
DAVID JANE

Fiennes Showroom

  • Détails du véhicule

    Données techniques
    Marque Bentley
    Modèle Mark VI
    Nom du modèle Mark VI
    Année 1952
    Numéro d'identification du véhicule BT46NZ
    Condition catégorie Restauré
    Kilométrage (compteur) 35 025 mls
    Nombre de propriétaires précédents 3
    Date immatriculation 02/1952
    Numéro de moteur B73N
    Numéros correspondants Oui
    Autres données techniques
    Type de carrosserie Berline
    Détail du corps 4-portes
    Puissance (kW/CV) 101/137
    Cylindrée (ccm) 4 257
    Cylindre 6
    Portes 4
    Volant Droite
    Boîte de vitesse Boîte manuelle
    Vitesses 4
    Traction Arrière
    Carburant Essence
    Configuration individuelle
    Couleur extérieure Autres
    Couleur fabricant Garnet/Dove Grey
    Couleur intérieure Gris
    Matériel intérieur Cuir
    Toit ouvrant

Description

For Sale 1952 Bentley MKVI Freestone & Webb 6 light Saloon
Chassis No: B146NZ


Only 3 previous recorded keepers
A mere 34000 recorded miles
Much recent restoration work including wood, paintwork and interior re-trim
Recently restored sunroof and frame by Classic restorations, Alyth
RREC Chassis records
Original registration number
Body number 1647 to design 3082C
One of only 15 MK1V built to body design 3082C
With just three previous recorded keepers and registering just 34,300 recorded miles, this extremely elegant and rare coach built MKVI saloon by Freestone & Webb (body number 1647 to design 3082C) is finished in Garnet over Dove Grey with Magnolia leather to the interior complimented by red carpet. It is one of just fifteen examples produced to design 3082C and has recently been the subject of much restoration work including attention to the paintwork, an interior retrim and refurbishment of the wood to a high standard. The sunroof and frame have also been restored by Classic Restorations of Alyth, Perthshire. Retaining its original registration number, HBD 288 comes with its RREC chassis records and is described as being in “excellent” condition as regards its paintwork, bodywork, engine, transmission and interior.

Introduced in 1946, the MKVI was Bentley's first post-war model. Aimed at the emerging 'owner-driver' luxury car market, the newcomer was closely based on the 1939 MKV (of which only fifteen were produced). Built around a massive cruciform-braced chassis with independent front suspension and a leaf-sprung 'live' rear axle, it was initially fitted with a freshly developed 4257cc OISE (overhead inlet side exhaust valve) straight-six engine mated to a four-speed manual gearbox. Capable of over 100mph when clad in the factory's understated but stylish 'standard steel saloon' coachwork, the MKVI quickly developed a reputation for being a refined yet responsive drive. The availability of the so-called 'Big Bore' 4566cc powerplant from late 1951 onwards brought a welcome increase in flexibility and acceleration. Only in production for two seasons, just 1,202 'Big Bore' MKVIs were made of which just 180 are thought to have received coach built bodies.
Fiennes Showroom are delighted to have the opportunity to market this very presentable Bentley MKVI with minor age related marks throughout.

Viewing can be arranged at Fiennes Showroom where we can offer Classic Car Finance, Vehicle detailing, temperature controlled storage and enclosed transportation.

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