GREAT BRITAIN: Bentleys Back

England's swiftest, swankest sports car used to be the Bentley, defunct since 1931. This year Rolls-Royce Ltd. have revived the Bentley as a name with even greater prestige among sportsmen than their own. Last week the King-Emperor's youngest son, Prince George, opened London's 27th annual Motor Show, lingered longest at the Bentley booth. Soon Rolls-Royce announced that their whole 1934 output of Bentleys had been sold "largely to private owners." despite the fact that the cheapest Bentley is priced at £1,380 ($6,230).

Prices of popular British cars average £10 ($45) higher at the...

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