The Bentley T-Series arrived on the scene in 1965 as the eagerly
anticipated replacement to the outgoing S3. As before, the Bentley
T-Series shared much in common with its Rolls-Royce counterpart,
differing only in the radiator grille and minor details. It was a
revolutionary model for Bentley, as the company's first unibody
car, first with four-wheel disc brakes, and equipped with
sophisticated self-leveling suspension and high-pressure
hydraulics. It is also quite rare, with just 1700 first series "T1"
models built between 1965 and 1977, compared to more than 16,000
Rolls-Royce Shadows of the same period. This handsome Bentley T is
a rare and desirable early model, adorned with chrome bumpers and
the elegant early-style wood dash. Finished in light blue over a
dark gray interior, it is a well-kept car with a charming character
earned through regular enjoyment. Features include a factory AM
radio, sunroof, and rear picnic trays. As collectors have begun to
take serious interest in the Shadow/T, this lovely T Saloon
represents a rare opportunity to acquire one of the rarest variants
of the series. This vehicle just arrived, and a full description is
coming soon. Please contact Hyman Ltd for more details. Offers
welcome and trades considered For additional details please view
this listing directly on our website
1967 Bentley Type T
Location:Saint Louis, Missouri
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