Bentley Continental S2 Coupe 1962
- Vehicle Overview
Chassis No BC67CZ was completed in April of 1962 to the order of Mr W Igoe of Virginia Water in Surrey, supplied new by Weybridge Autos. It was finished originally in 1962 in regal red with beige hides. Electrically controlled windows and aerial; both of which remain to this day, also still present with the car is its original registration number. It was subsequently acquired in 1975 by Herbert Lees Schofiled of Oldham and then in 1986 by R P Martin of London, supplied at this time by noted Rolls-Royce and Bentley specialist P. J. Fischer. Chassis number BC67CZ then spent seven years north of the border during the 1990's in the Inverness area before returning to the south of England just prior to the millennium, where it has remained ever since. This particular example has a very good mechanical history over recent years, with significant bills in the history file. It was acquired and supplied by Frank Dale & Stepsons in recent years and the exterior was completely restored to show standard at the purchasers request, with a bare metal re paint in gunmetal grey, as well as all of the chrome being restored and re-plated. The interior is in very good condition having been re-trimmed in cream leather with new beige carpets in recent years to compliment the wood work which is also in very good order. Chassis number BC67CZ is fitted with air conditioning that is ducted through vents in the rear parcel shelf, is complete with all of its original toots stored in their usual location in the boot, a hand book and copies of the original chassis card and factory build sheets. This handsome Bentley Continental is widely admired and appreciated wherever it is driven and is prepared for the next owner's immediate enjoyment.