Train spotting for Bentley Motor Cars.
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
I have a fond spot for the Bentley Motor Car marque and often stumble across Bentleys that I find interesting. My plan is to post pictures and comments of Bentley cars that I observe both on the Interweb, and in real life.
Historically the Bentley has been the sporting man's Rolls-Royce, so when I am not feeling sporting I may post about Rolls-Royce cars.
Fellow RR&B enthusiasts David Irvine and Andy are also helping out posting articles. Thanks guys.
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