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Monday, February 18, 2019

Toronto International Auto Show 2019

The usual suspects at this year's show.

A lovely black Mulsanne Speed.

I love the details on this car.

A new Cullinan in white.
'Scuse me mate, outta the way please....

That's better.

A Wraith with it's bonnet ajar. A bit like like having the fly on your trousers undone....

And a wonderful 1929 Springfield U.S.A. built Phantom bodied by Paris based U.S. coachbuilder Hibbard & Darrin once owned by Jack L. Warner of Warner Bros. Studios.

The show ends next weekend.
If in Toronto, go see it. But go early before the crazy crowds.

(Posted by David Irvine).

Saturday, February 02, 2019

Go @bentleyracingofficial at @bathurst12hr - race stared in 6hr and 30mins! I'll be watching.#b12hr

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#Bentley #TurboR #timestwo with @tvrv8

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Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Spotted this #Bentley Eight on #SavileRow in #London six years ago. #bentleyspotting

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Sunday, January 20, 2019

#Bentley #ContinentalGT V8 in 🔥 glow red. #bentleyspotting

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Thursday, January 17, 2019

10 year challenge. #1989 #Bentley Turbo R. #10yearchallenge #bentleyspotting

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Wednesday, January 16, 2019

My actual ride this morning, next to my preferred ride. #Bentley vs #tuktuk #bentleyspotting #bentagya

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Tuesday, January 08, 2019

A nice #RollsRoyce #Phantom VII Series II spotted parked on #Monivong in #phnompenh #bentleyspotting

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Friday, December 21, 2018

Sprung a #coolant leak today. Thanks for the advice @tvrv8 #didnotriskit #BentleyT #classiccar #towtruck #BentleySpotting

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Monday, November 19, 2018

The Ultimate S.U.V.s

Way back in October 1965 an all new Rolls-Royce and Bentley car was introduced to the world. After some ten years of development the company had the latest, most modern car they had ever produced. The car was state of the art with it's monocoque body, hydraulic self-levelling suspension, smoother ride, four wheel disc brakes, and it was just what the world markets were waiting for.
A first from Crewe with it's genuinely fresh ageless design.

It was the Silver Shadow and the T.

As Pal Guinness states in the latest 'ROLLS-ROYCE & BENTLEY driver' magazine this car was a shocker to the company's traditional clientele.
"Just what are they doing...?" many asked.

Well, in today's age, almost everyone drives an S.U.V. so that's exactly why Rolls-Royce and Bentley have done it. 

It's what the world wants.

No different from what the 'purists' raised their eyebrows over back in late 1965....

It was the best thing the Crewe factory ever did.

So next time you see the S.U.V.s, praise them, admire them for what they are and think hard about criticism.
I'm still a traditionalist but I totally understand how things move forward.

This is what the world wants and it works.

(Posted by David Irvine)

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