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The W.O. Bentley Era
W.O. founded Bentley Motors in 1919, and his first car, the 3-Litre won LeMans in 1924. His motto: to build a good car, a fast car, the best…
Shortly after launching the 8-Litre, Bentley was forced to sell his company, which wound up in the hands of his nemesis, Rolls-Royce.
On the eve of 1956's VIIth Winter Olympics, the British bobsled team gave the thumbs up to this 1922 Bentley 3-Litre.
This Brooklands racecar was modified to include a planetary overdrive unit in hopes of adding years to its life.
The coach for this two-seater was built by Vanden Plas, which built over 700 bodies for Bentley between 1924 and 1931.
With 25 quarts of oil running through its veins, this cold-blooded hot rod takes a while to warm up.
One of the infamous Bentley boys, racer Sir Henry "Tim" Birkin convinced a skeptical W.O. to produce 50 supercharged cars necessary for the …
Bentley Boy and diamond heir Woolf "Babe" Barnato poses at the 1928 Essex Motor Club Six-Hour Race. Although Barnato didn't win this day, he…
"Old Number Two" won 1930's 24-hour Double Twelve Race at Brooklands driven by Bentley Boys Frank Clement and Woolf Barnato at an average sp…
Produced to compete with Bentley’s archrival Rolls-Royce, this halo car was introduced at the London Motor Show of 1930, and was heralded as…
Jay rescued this 8-Liter from a Chilean mountaintop, where it served as a chicken coop.
This photo was taken on June 7, 1929 when Mrs. Bruce had just beaten the solo record for 2000 miles in 24 hours, and was preparing to race t…
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Aston Martin DB10
1970 Mercedes-Benz C111-II
Monterey Car Week: Laguna Seca and Project 7
1973 Mazda Rx3
Emory Motorsports 356 Porsches
Royal Enfield Musket
1952 Chrysler Imperial Parade Car