1938 Bentley 4¼ Litre Saloon by Gurney Nutting

In 1936, Bentley’s 4¼-liter model was introduced, and it retained the 3,200mm wheelbase of its predecessor, the 3½ Litre. The Rolls-Royce factory in Derby, England, produced the 4¼ Litre, much like the previous model, before it was equipped with bodywork by different coachbuilders.

This particular model’s alloy coachwork was supplied by J. Gurney Nutting Co. of Chelsea and boasts four rear-hinged doors, a fixed roof with a sliding panel, a double-paned rear window, and striking “razor-edge” rear styling.

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