The Bentley R-Type Continental Fastback Sports Saloon is a classic car that was produced from 1952 to 1955. It had a 4.9-liter, six-cylinder engine that generated 180 horsepower, and it was created by H.J. Mulliner. The vehicle's top speed was 118 mph or 190 km/h.
Power windows, a heater, and a radio were just a few of the numerous modern comforts that the R-Type Continental had to offer. It was a truly opulent vehicle. The car had a starting price of £6,928 and was likewise highly pricey.
The R-Type Continental was a well-liked vehicle that earned favorable reviews from critics. It received compliments on its functionality, richness, and style. The car can bring significant prices at auction because it is now a highly sought-after classic.
Only 43 of the 193 Fastback Sports Saloons that H.J. Mulliner built on the R-Type Continental chassis had left-hand drive from the factory. Only nine of those 43 had an automatic transmission, a dependable Hydra-Matic 4-speed transmission built by GM.
The vehicle was customized for its first owner with a number of unusual custom options, including a divided front bench seat, a steering wheel offset an additional 212 inches to the right, "Wraith-type" lightweight bumper overriders, and a dashboard radio with an additional speaker. The vehicle is bodied to the most desirable design, H.J. Mulliner's Fastback Sports Saloon.