Last of the line – 1965 Bentley S3 ‘Standard Steel’ Saloon

Last of the line – 1965 Bentley S3 ‘Standard Steel’ Saloon

If you like the idea of owning a late-model example of the Bentley S3 ‘Standard Steel’ saloon, this particular survivor (chassis number B124GJ) looks a tempting proposition at £45,000. Described by The Real Car Co as a “very appealing, smart, correct and sound example in just the right condition to use and enjoy”, the car is said to offer excellent paintwork in the original shade of Dawn Blue, complemented by high-quality chrome plating.

The original blue and grey leather interior is also well-presented (with no splits or tears), as well as offering excellent headlining, carpets and woodwork. A particularly interesting factory-fitted feature is a fold-flat rear seat, documented in the original sales details and specified by the first owner to accommodate his salmon fishing gear. Even today, this is a very useful bonus – particularly if you fancy heading to B&Q or Ikea in style!

The car’s original registration number (CUV 792C) has recently been reinstated by the DVLA, and the Bentley comes with various invoices, old letters (including one from its first owner) and an almost complete run of MoT certificates from 1968 onwards. To find out more, visit or call +44 (0)1248 602649.

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