Bentley MK VI
Group Test - Timber!
|Publication||Practical Classics September 2003|
Group Test - Timber! - The wood-framed shooting brake was once a part of every country estate, and major carmakers made their own mass-production versions for buyers with a rural bent. Now they're nearly all gone. Four survivors nail their charms into John Simister.
Buying guide - Bentley Mk VI (1946-52)
|Publication||Classic Cars September 2002|
|Buying guide - Bentley Mk VI (1946-52) - For presence, opulence and usability, a Mk VI - the sporting version of the Silver Wraith - is hard to beat. And because it's often overlooked, it costs less than its contemporaries.|
|Publication||The Automobile June 2006|
|Round-shouldered Rolls - Bentley's-post-war model was the first to feature in-house bodywork and the first to share the majority of its components with it R-R stablemate. Jonathan Wood examines the development of the mark VI.|
Once in a lifetime
|Publication||Classic Car Mart October 2005|
|Once in a lifetime - Who defines style, these days? Who defined style sixty years ago? Emm discovers a 1948 Bentley Coupé that tweaked the style lines of WO's orignal design.|
Buying guide - Bentley MkVI 1946-1952
|Publication||Octane October 2005|
|Buying guide - Bentley MkVI 1946-1952 - Introduced as an affordable Bentley, the MKVI is still one of the least expensive ways into classic Bentley ownership - but don't let that kid you into a really cheap one.|
The best Rolls...is a Bentley?
|Publication||Classic & Sports Car June 2005|
|The best Rolls...is a Bentley? - Once considered the runt of the litter, the Bentley MkVI is a bargain buy and a fine car, says Andrew Frankel.|