1936 Derby Bentley 4 1/4 Litre with Disappearing Drophead Coupe Body by Gurney Nutting This 1936 Derby Bentley 4 1/4 Litre with Disappearing Drophead Coupe Body by Gurney Nutting is an extremely rare and desirable discovery that's been unknown and hidden away for decades. Green with tan leather interior, this handsome Derby Bentley is the perfect candidate and original car for a Pebble Beach restoration. Mechanically sound, it runs and drives. Chassis B112GA was completed in May of 1936 and its first owner was Sir Percy Malcolm Stewart who was an English industrialist and philanthropist. He incorporated The London Brick Company in the 1920s which was at the time reputed to be the largest brick making company in the United Kingdom. This attractive and unique Bentley is one of very few produced and would make for a very special addition to any serious collection. Remarkably, there is also the chance to buy the very next consecutive chassis number B114GA which is also with HJ Mulliner Coachwork. In fact, they are proudly sitting side by side. A wonderful opportunity to keep these siblings together! Call for details on this car! Rare 4 1/4 Derby Bentley with Disappearing Drophead Coupe Body by Gurney Nutting An unknown car discovered after being hidden away for decades Mechanically sound An ideal original candidate for a Pebble Beach restoration First purchased by English industrialist and philanthropist Sir Percy Malcolm Stewart One of very few producedPrice: $225,000
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