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1937 James Young Cabriolet

Chassis number B14KT is one of four pontoon-bodied Bentleys fitted by James Young, now considered one of the finest coachbuilders of the interwar period.

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1934 Park Ward Drophead Coupe

B203AE, was originally sold to G. Fitzherbert Wright, by University Motors of London on March 26, 1934

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1934 Kellner Drophead Coupe

B34BN was displayed as Paris show car in 1934 for Bentley and Kellner. The beautiful body is one of 12 built by Kellner, a French company that built auto bodies before World War II.

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1935 Gurney Nutting drophead

Another fine example of Gurney Nutting coachwork, owned by one of our Derby Bentley Society members. A 1935 Derby fitted with the 3-1/2 liter engine. Carrying chassis No. B166DG and body style 1659 smartly displayed as a drophead coupe. Originally designed in England by John Blatchley for the Countess of Warwick. A brilliant color combination of original Green on Black.

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