Cars Sold

Bentley S3

Year: 1963

Finished in Pale Persian Sand with Wildberry waist line, Contrasting Grey Hide Interior piped in Wildberry, with Wildberry carpets & Lambswool over rugs.

This beautifully appointed Bentley S3 was first registered on the 1st February 1963 to Colonel David Stirling founder of the SAS who specified a duel marked MPH / KPH speedo to be fitted.

RR&B Garages have had the pleasure of fully restoring and maintaining this motor car to Concours standards regardless of cost since 1997. With the benefit of a modern air-conditioning system being sympathetically installed to the original factory aesthetic specification and suspension upgrades, this is a superb classic to drive long distance.

This outstanding motor car is presented in the most superb and faultless condition, having partaken in many RREC / BDC European tours with proven reliability.

An extensive history file and portfolio accompanies the vehicle with receipts and invoices dating back many years. RREC Concours trophies and rosettes which provide a superb insight and indeed history log confirming the attention to detail that was lavished upon this fabulous motor vehicle.

A viewing is strongly recommended to fully appreciate the condition and provenance of this beautiful motor car.