A classic 1920s Bentley found scattered in pieces throughout the home of its former owner has been re-built by experts.
The parts of the 1928 Bentley had been concealed under beds, in oil-filled glass jars and under a tarpaulin in a west London home. It appears that to save on maintenance and storage costs it had been dismantled.
According to the man’s daughter, “My dad was always messing around with cars and storing old parts and spares everywhere. He kept a dismantled AC Cobra in my bedroom. He was crazy about cars.”
Not one new nut or bolt has been used, with just a handful of non-original wooden supports added to strengthen the chassis.
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