23,5cm x 17,5cm
1926 Bentley – The 6.5 litre Bentley was known as the Big Six. Its engine was a development of Bentley’s 3 litre powerplant. First shown at the London Motor Show of 1925, these cars were with customers by March 1926. During its production lifespan over a five-year period, a total of 545 examples were built. 362 were the ‘Standard’ 6,5 Litre and 182 were Speed Six specification. Perhaps the most famous of the Speed Six was the Blue Train Bentley which Woolf Barnato raced in March of 1930 against the Blue Train.