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Bentley 3˝ Litre

Bentley Litre in 633 Squadron, Movie, 1964 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK

Bentley 3˝ Litre

Position 0:05:09 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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Sunbar UK

2008-06-08 14:46

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Lagonda?

-- Last edit: 2008-06-08 16:58:03

johnfromstaffs EN

2008-06-08 16:07

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Derby Bentley for sure. It si not possible to be exact on the engine size which could be either 3669 cc (31/2 litre) or 4257 cc (41/4 litre) but the coachwork is almost certainly the Park Ward standard saloon which suggests a 31/2 litre rather than the later model.

-- Last edit: 2008-06-08 16:16:19

chris40 UK

2008-06-08 16:08

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Bentley, I'd have said, but slightly squashed :) Pre-war Lagondas' grilles were more rounded.

Sunbar UK

2008-06-08 16:50

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...Thanks john of Staffs and chris40.

Aspect Ratio adjusted and height of other pictures being reviewed.

robgeelen2 NL

2008-06-09 15:51

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Park Ward Saloons were abundant on both 3.5 and 4.25 litre Bentley's, however the style of this particular car is more 3.5 litre

jmw_48 EN

2008-09-29 20:38

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3 1/2 litre as it has the earlier small sidelights

squeasel US

2011-06-24 20:01

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Derby Bentley Society will be having a item in our next newsletter covering the many variations of the 3 1/2L Park Ward bodies. In the picture taken from the left rear you can see the waist line following down the side of the boot. I have not seen this in any of the Park Ward Sport Saloon examples (waist line goes up instead of down and follows the bottom of the rear window). So I don't think it is a Park Ward. A mild argument to say that it is a 4 1/4L is that the mascot is from an overdrive "M"-series car (tilts backwards and is required to be turned 90 degrees to open the bonnet), the last of the 4 1/4L but they can be swapped easily enough and I have seen this done on the earlier series ... so not definitive.

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