Jolyon Willans 1935 20/25 has coachwork by Salmons with the patented Tickford retractable roof operated by a handle. Once owned by his father in the 1950s, Jolyon tracked it down from a wedding firm and has been enjoying it ever since.
Tim Corbishley's 1926 Phantom I , acquired in 2020. Tourer conversion, unknown coachbuilder
Above: Johnnie Gallop’s stately and rare Bentley S2 with James Young Long Wheelbase limousine coachwork without division
Below: an impromptu picnic in the New Forest
- photos by Lynn & Michael Firth
David Thompson wrote in with the photo below of his two Bentleys:
"Here is my Continental GT Speed, separated by 18 inches and 90 years from its spiritual predecessor, 3/4.5 Short Chassis Speed Model.
They live one on top of the other, always the WO below so it can drip Morris Steam Cylinder Oil harmlessly and to its hearts content."
Graham Rhodes had lunch in the New Forest and then shot some video on the former runway at Stoney Cross airfield:
Tom Cunliffe recently shared this couple of lovely videos of his 1949 Bentley on the move: