Advert for the Bentley Mark VI sports car, 1951. The Mark VI 4-door standard steel sports saloon was the first post-war luxury car from Bentley. It was also both the first car from Rolls-Royce with all-steel coachwork and the first complete car assembled and finished at their factory.

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Advert for the Bentley Mark VI sports car, 1951. The Mark VI 4-door standard steel sports saloon was the first post-war luxury car from Bentley. It was also both the first car from Rolls-Royce with all-steel coachwork and the first complete car assembled and finished at their factory. Stock Photo
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Advert for the Bentley Mark VI sports car, 1951. The Mark VI 4-door standard steel sports saloon was the first post-war luxury car from Bentley. It was also both the first car from Rolls-Royce with all-steel coachwork and the first complete car assembled and finished at their factory.
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Advert for the Bentley Mark VI sports car, 1951. This appeared in the Sphere magazine in 2 June 1951 - it was a special edition to mark the Festival of Britain that year. The Bentley Mark VI (6) is a car from British maker Bentley which was produced from 1946 to 1952. The Mark VI 4-door standard steel sports saloon was the first post-war luxury car from Bentley. It was also both the first car from Rolls-Royce with all-steel coachwork and the first complete car assembled and finished at their factory. This first Bentley factory finished car was given the name Bentley Mark VI standard steel sports saloon. This shorter wheelbase chassis and engine was a variant of the Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith - vintage 1950s graphics for editorial use only.
Location: Conduit Street, London, England, UK