In recent years this car has formed part of a large collection and as such has received little or no use and an element of recommissioning is to be expected to return it to the road once again. Your inspection pre-sale is welcomed and encouraged to appreciate the potential of this rarely offered motor car which is strictly sold as seen.
- Respected coachbuilders, James Young Ltd of Bromley, had their first post-war stand at the Earls Court Motor Show in 1948
- They chose to unveil a MkVI Bentley with a radical new shape which they called the 'New Look'
- Obviously influenced by post-war American saloons with its fully enveloped wings, clean lines and slim pillars, this design (Number C10M) was dramatically different from the staunchly traditional Standard Saloon
- The design was quite polarising at the time and only three were actually ordered, however, with the benefit of hindsight, James Young's 'New Look' C10M has influenced the design of luxury cars ever since
- The Motor Show car sold last year in Arizona for $224,000 and this car (B182EY) may be the only survivor of the three that were ordered