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Bentley S3 - 1962-1965Details click here
At the 1962 london motor show, bentley launched the s3. The successor to the s2, the new bentley was immediately recognizable by its double headlights, a transatlantic fashion that the usually conservative firm from crewe, england, attempted to justify in the face of press criticism. The firm claimed that the new configuration emphasized the importance that bentley attached to the american market.
Bentley Si - 1955-1959Details click here
In 1955, the bentley company revealed a new model to the public the si, which became a popular replacement for the type r. Inevitably, the last bentley drew in large part from the mechanical heritage and coachwork of the rolls-royce silver cloud. There were very few substantial styling differences between the bentley and the celebrated rolls
Bentley Speed Six - 1926-1930Details click here
To meet the demand for a chassis larger than his established three-litre to carry closed luxury coachwork, w.o. Bentley introduced a new 6.5-litre, six-cylinder model in 1926. Its engine was mounted on rubber pads to limit vibration, and three wheelbases were offered, enabling customers to fit anything from a two-seater to a hearse body.
Benz 2770 Ps - 1919-1923Details click here
The first benz six-cylinder automobile did not appear until 1914, on the eve of world war i. When production resumed after the war, the biggest benz model was a new six-cylinder 2770 ps. (ps is the german-language equivalent of hp; The first numeral stood for hp at 1,000 rpm, the second for maximum output.)
Benz Velociped - 1894-1902Details click here
Though carl benz and gottlieb daimler, who built the worlds first practical motor car between 1885 and 1886 and whose companies merged in 1926 to form the daimler-benz firm, lived only sixty miles apart, the two never met! benz patented the original joint effort in 1886 and sold his first production vehicle the following year.
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