1958 Bentley S1 Continental Flying Spur s/n BC2FM Midnight Blue with Tan Leather Interior Created in Bentley's greatest tradition of luxury, performance, and engineering, the Continental is among the most rare and desirable of all postwar Bentleys. The replacement of the illustrious R-Type Continental, the S series cars featured exclusive coachwork which was lighter than the standard steel coachwork, and usually built by H.J. Mulliner. These cars represented the last of the coachbuilt cars, and featured distinctive styling that was more rakish and modern than the standard cars. The S1s were powered by the most developed version of the six cylinder engine, displacing 4.9 liters. They were wonderfully silent and smooth in their operation. The majority of H.J. Mulliner Flying Spurs were built with side six windows, providing slim pillars but little privacy. A very small number of examples were built with four windows, which provided a thicker C pillar with the lovely Flying Spur styling. Reportedly, 18 four window examples were built over the nine year production run, a figure which includes both left and right hand drive models. This particular car is one of either five or six four-w
left-hand-drive 1958 bentley s1 continental flying spur blue leather rhd luxury petrol british 4-seater fast saloon
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