1961 Bentley SII

This is quite possibly the best example of an S2 Bentley we have ever seen. The Bentley S2 was produced by Bentley from 1959 until 1962. The successor to the S1, it featured the new Rolls-Royce Bentley L Series V8 engine and improved air conditioning. Power steering was also standard, and a new dashboard and steering wheel were introduced.

In all, 1,920 standard and long-wheelbase S2 car chassis were built between 1959 and 1962. Almost all were fitted with standard factory bodywork.

This stunning car was sold new in Wellington, New Zealand by Dominion Motors to the United Empire Box Company Limited in 1961.

Special features listed on the Build card include; Radio, Shaded glass to windscreen, Electric Windows, Speedo in MPH, Colonial Springing , Triple Extension aerial, Home type rear number plate, Dunlop Nylon Tubeless Tyres.

Having been an enthusiast’s car for many years this vehicle has always been maintained and serviced to the highest of standards. The vehicle has been re-trimmed at huge expense in original Connolly Leather to factory specifications. Finished in two tone green this car drives just as well as it looks.

BAINS CLASSIC MOTOR HOUSE has sold a number of these Bentleys over the years and this is without a doubt the best we have ever had the pleasure of offering to the market. The vehicle is accompanied by a large history file including original ownership papers, invoices etc . Do not miss this opportunity to own this outstanding example.