Chassis B 107 KU is an original Vanden Plas Tourer and was the first Bentley to be fitted with this design coachwork. It is one of only four built and was displayed by Bentley at the 1937 London Motor Show. It sold off the stand to the British Ambassador to Hungary, Sir Alvary Gascoigne who used it on official duties before the War. He kept the car until 1952 when he gave it to his daughter. The car is offered in outstanding condition and retains its original engine all major numbered components. The car is still registered on its original number and is even in its original colour scheme of two tone grey with red leather. The car has clearly been meticulously restored, fitted with an overdrive and is complete with a substantial history file. In Detail 1st Owner. Sir Alvary Gascoigne, who in 1937 was H.M. Ambassador to Hungary. He used the car in Europe on official duties before the War and kept the car for 15 years until he gave it to his daughter in 1952. He states in letter of Aug '62 "must have covered at least 50,000 miles in this car, which never let me down". 2nd Owner. Mrs. Charles Studd. 1952 - 1959 and sold it to Lex Garage of London. She estimates mileage to be 90 - 100,0
1937 bentley 4250cc tourer vanden plas grey overdrive red-leather restored leather red-interior vanden-plas luxury petrol british 4-seater fast
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