Bentley 4 1/2 Litre Owners Workshop Manual
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By Andy Brown & Ian Wagstaff
Bentley 4 1/2 litre - 1927 onwards (all models including 'blower'.
The 4 1/2-litre Bentley is one of the most iconic pre-war cars, and the supercharged 4 1/2-litre 'Blower' Bentley is today one of the most sought-after and most valuable cars for collectors. The 'Bentley Boys' won several high-profile races in Bentleys, and Woolf Barnato and Bernard Rubin won with a 4 1/2-litre car in 1928. Five supercharged 'Blower' Bentleys were built to compete at Le Mans, but the car's Achilles Heel was its reliability, and it never won the 24-hour race.
This Manual provides details of the 4 1/2-litre un-supercharged and 'Blower' Bentley racing cars, detailing their period racing history, anatomy and engineering, and providing an insight into owning, maintaining and running an example of this iconic car today.
Illustrated with period photographs and design and engineering material, plus photographs of restored examples in use today.
This book is Hardback
A must buy for anyone with an interest in period racing history. Full of photo's and really informative, tracing both the development and progress of the Bentley team and privateers. Although the mechanics are covered as you would expect to some degree this is more a history book and so much more than I imagined. To cap it all off the average price I found on line was between £18 and £23 pounds. What a bargain.