1929 Bentley 4 ½ Litre Supercharged Racing
This most expensive vintage Bentley was powered by a 4 ½ liter engine car and is known to be have been driven by one of the most iconic names in British motorsport, Sir Henry Birkin. Under his expert skills, the 1929-32′Bentley 4 1/2-Liter achieved a top speed of an incredible 137 mph in the year 1931 at the Brookland racing circuit. Being one of the high end sports cars of its times and widely acclaimed as one of the most expensive cars this luxury vintage Bentley has numerous race titles attached to its glorious portfolio, which includes Brookland’s Six Hour race, 1929 Irish Grand Prix, and also the 1929 Tourist Trophy races. Considering the time of its creation, this bespoke Bentley sports a stunning aerodynamic design, while featuring a brilliant red color paint job that was accentuated with the use of leather interiors that made this scintillating vehicle all the more desirable.