Who doesn’t love a good old woody? (we’re talking cars here…)
This 1948 Bentley Mk VI bodied by by Harold Radford is a magnificent example of just how elegant an old British woody can be. Known as the “Mk I Countryman” to Harold Radford coach builders, this Bentley represents just a handful of “Town and Country” type Bentleys built in the immediate post-war era.
Keep in mind, the first Bentley Mk VI was delivered just 16 months after the allies won the war in Europe. Built in the smoldering remnants of war-torn, bombed-out Britain, the Bentley Mk VI stands as a symbol of British prevalence after the war.
God save her majesty, and enjoy gazing at this beautiful car.