The Bentley S1 (originally simply "Bentley S") was a luxury car produced by Bentley Motors Limited from 1955 until 1959. The S1 was derived from Rolls-Royce's complete redesign of its standard production car after World War II, the Silver Cloud. Each was its maker's last standard production car with an independent chassis. The S-series Bentley was given the Rolls-Royce - Bentley L Series V8 engine in late 1959 and named the S2. Twin headlamps and a facelift to the front arrived in late 1962, resulting in the S3. In late 1965 the S3 was replaced by the new unitary construction Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow-derived T series.
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• THE ODOMETER READS 56,449 MILES
• 6 CYL. ENGINE WITH RR AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION; GENUINE ITALIAN WALNUT WOOD TRIM
• LEFT HAND (AMERICAN) DRIVE, AIR-CONDITIONING, LEATHER UPHOLSTERY, POWER STEERING
• THERE WERE JUST 12 OF THESE IMPORTED TO COMPETE IN THE AMERICAN LUXURY CAR MARKET
• MODERN A/C COMPRESSOR, RECONFIGURED FREON LINES, NEW DUCTWORK/FANS, RADIATOR & ELECTRIC COOLING FAN @ CONDENSER; ALTERNATOR; REBUILT TRANSMISSION, TWIN S. U. CARBURETORS, DRIVESHAFT & U JOINTS, LEVER ACTION SHOCK ABSORBERS; SEAT BELTS; NEW COOPER STEEL BELTED TREND SETTER RADIAL TIRES; ELECTRONIC IGNITION
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