We are delighted to offer this magnificent motor car onto the market. This very special S Series Continental with H.J Mulliner coachbuilt body is the first variant of its type and is finished in a beautiful colour of Seychelles Blue with Blue leather upholstery. Interestingly, although the car now is equipped with an automatic transmission, it did leave the factory with a manual gearbox and its believed only four examples in the S1 Continental Flying Spur range were ever built with this option. We can confirm also that this 1 of just 19 ‘D’ Series Flying Spur’s in a total of 167 RHD examples built to Design number 7443. 603 HYP was registered new on the 7 th December 1957 and was supplied in London W1 to the Chairman of a private bank, Brown, Shipley & Co. The Bentley was purchased by Mr Angus MacKinnon Esq as a present for his wife, housed at their Hampshire based property. The Bentley six-light sports saloon was later sold on the 28 th October 1960 to Berkley Square Garages, Berkley Square, London W1. The Rolls Royce Bentley dealership supplied the car to Adams & Adams Ltd of New Malden, Surrey two years later. 603 HYP changed hands again in 1964, this time spending 19 years with
1958 Bentley S1 Continental Flying Spur One of 18 built, this is the definitive, bespoke high-performance luxury motorcar of its era. The S1 Continental was a lighter and more sporting model than the standard chassis, having a reduced weight of some 225 pounds. It also has the proven and reliable 6-cylinder engine that is coupled to the smooth Hydramatic 4-speed automatic transmission. This example features a factory sunroof and factory R100 headlights. This is the finest example to come to market in recent years, having recently completed a Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance-quality restoration.
1955 Bentley S1 Freestone & Webb 4-Door Light Saloon Chassis Number: B202LAN Engine Number: BA101 • Originally owned by Hollywood Producer, Jack Warner (Warner Bros.) • 1 of 7 Built by Freestone & Webb with Design Number 3191 • The 1st Left-Hand-Drive S1 Bentley Built • The only Left-hand-Drive Freestone & Webb S1 with Design Number 3191 • Known Ownership History from 1955 – Current • 3-owner Original California Car • Feature Car in the 1964 Warner Bros. movie, Dead Ringer • Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance quality restoration This extraordinary car was ordered new by Hollywood producer Jack Warner. Jack Warner was the president and driving force behind the Warner Bros. Studios in Hollywood, California. Mr. Warner enjoyed the car from 1955 until his death in 1978. He drove this car 43,000 miles during that time and has the distinction of being a feature car in the 1964 Warner Bros. movie, “Dead Ringer’. The car became available in 1990 after the passing of Jack Warner’s wife, Ann Page Alvarado Warner. Vantage Motorworks purchased the car from the Warner estate sale in 1990 and shortly after performed a complete restoration. The Blackhawk Collection purchased the beautiful example i
Chassis No: BC 73 BG Engine No: BC 72 B Registration No: YSU 605 The success of the R-Type Continental ensured that a similar lightweight high performance version of the S-Type would be offered as part of the Bentley range and consequently the S 1 Continental was produced between 1955 and 1959 with a production run of 431 chassis. The robust 4.9 litre, six cylinder engine was retained but with higher compression, more efficient cylinder head porting and performance enhancing exhaust and cam-shaft. The chassis was also up-rated and benefited from hydraulic servo brakes and ride control. The result was 120 mph performance in comfort and style. This Park Ward Continental is special because it is one of the very rare cars supplied with a manual gearbox. This was only fitted as a customer request as at that time the automatic gearbox was the standard fitment. It is believed that only three were supplied with the delightful four-speed manual, and is regarded today as far more desirable as any R Type Fastback enthusiast will confirm. The car was commissioned to the order of the Countess of Suffolk and was delivered to her in the Florida in January 1957. An highly unusual choice not only b