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3½-Litre Sedanca Coupe by Windovers

3½-Litre Sedanca Coupe by Windovers (United Kingdom, 1933)

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From 1933 through 1936, 1,177 Bentley 3½-Litre cars were produced. Of these, only 9 chassis were delivered to Windovers, an age-old British coachbuilder that was founded in 1796. This company was the originator and patentee of many horse-drawn vehicle designs, and it continued until 1956 by building coachwork exclusively on Rolls-Royce and Bentley chassis, many for Indian maharajahs.



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W. O. Bentley had already been in the automobile industry, selling cars in partnership with his brother, until he decided it was time to open his own car company and brand, where he could design and execute his own car range.

Suffering from serious financial problems, which the 1929 Wall Street crash came to join, the Bentley company eventually had to be sold in order to survive and British automaker Rolls-Royce came ...  more

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