The Bentley S3 is a four-door luxury car produced by Bentley from 1955 until 1965. This car has been converted from a four-door to a two-door by the professional company Hooper International. The technical implementation as well as the style and the high quality of the company H.J. Mulliner were kept. Hooper International is a company sponsored by Rolls-Royce and the Bentley Museam, which is primarily dedicated to the restoration and bodywork of luxury vehicles. The conversion took place in 2008 and 2009.
The car was extensively restored true to the original and with the greatest preservation of the vehicle assemblies. The vehicle was modified historically correct very extensively. The modification includes mainly the body shape. As described above, the vehicle was created from an S3 Standart Steel Saloon. The body modification was carried out as part of the complete restoration, which was performed using the frame-off method. In order to preserve as much of the original substance as possible. The front doors were extended by a proportion of the rear doors. The conversion to a convertible underlines the already very elegant and timeless lines of the body and gives it a very high-quality appearance. The shape and color of the convertible top matches the Ara of the S series in terms of style and has a sporty, dynamic appearance both often and when closed.
There are only a very limited number of comparable vehicles on the market, especially those with a similar body design. The overall condition of the car is as good as new and is perfectly maintained (invoices available). Under the hood you will find 6230 cc V8 engine.
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