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Bentley Barnato Roadster Concept

By Vecie78

Created during an internship phase at Bentley Motors Ltd. by Benjamin Knapp Voith,the  Bentley Barnato Roadster Concept  is a modern interpretation of what the Bentley Boys (elite and adventurous British gentlemen racers who drove Bentley sports cars in the 1920s) would drive today.

Bentley Barnato Roadster Concept

Bentley Barnato Roadster Concept

Bentley Barnato Roadster Concept

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Bentley Barnato Roadster Concept

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