The Bentley S3 was an improvisation over the earlier made S2.
One of the first thing that caught the attention of the rich was was her dual-quad headlights that were slightly tilted to an angle (in designer's parlance they are called "chinese eyes"). This was unlike the Bentley S2 whose dual-headlights were positioned straight. The reason offered by Mulliner Park Ward (MPW) designers was that the slanted look gave a much better appeal and threw light much better.
Produced for three years between 1962-1965, the S3 also had a re-styled front bumpers, lowered radiator that allowed to have a lower bonnet line and also had more padded corners on individual seats.
With a powerful V8 engine that was of 6.2 litre, the cars were custom built by Rolls-Royce owned coachwork firm called Mulliner Park Ward and few other coachbuilders.
This scale model is an exact rendition of the FHC (Fixed Head Coupe) model that was made by MPW who made 100 of the total 328 produced.
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|Box Dimension (in inches)||15 x 7 x 5.5|
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