1930 Bentley Blower 4,5L
Between 1927 and 1931, the Bentley Motors Company of Cricklewood, London produced a total of 667 4.5-liter cars, which included this 1930 model equipped with a Saloon Body by Maythorn. As supercharged cars were introduced, several components of the standard version were upgraded to make them nearly identical to the supercharged counterparts.
In 1967, Townshend sold the car to J.C. Lock, who later transferred
ownership to P.G. in the late 1970s.
In the late 1980s, the vehicle was acquired by Stanley Mann,
the world's leading Bentley specialist at the time, for his personal collection.
Mann personally undertook a comprehensive rebuild of the car, meticulously attending to
every detail to transform it into a top-notch Racing Blower Bentley.
Racing Blower BentleyChassis number AD3665 of the Racing Blower Bentley is a completely matching numbers vehicle, with identical components in the chassis, engine, axles, and gearbox. It's worth noting that this Bentley shares all the key features of the Blown cars, including a special heavy crank engine and a D-Type racing gearbox. This 4.5-liter Bentley has been superbly rebuilt and closely resembles a factory Birkin Racing Blower Bentley, coming as close as possible to the original 50 units produced.
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