Bentley Motors Ltd. all took part in the 24 Hours of Le Mans when it was first organized in 1923; still very young brand got huge popularity through. In 1926 began developing an engine with 4.5 liter cylinder capacity which also gave the model its name and the Bentley 1928 the total yielded victory at Le Mans. Bentley was also in 1929 to defend this victory with success. For participation in the Le Mans race of 1930, some 4.5 liter engines converted: thus came to include among the cooling grille at a Roots compressor, causing the cars as Bentley 4.5-liter supercharged Bentley Blower or were indicated, were easily recognizable. The ability of more than 4 meter long car was around a remarkable 240 hp.
- Multipart detailed engine
- Separate Roots compressor with gasifier
- Truthful frame components with integrated leaf springs
- Multi-part bodywork
- Separate two-piece hood
- Gossamer confirmation for the headlights including their cover.
- Rotating spoke wheels and spare wheel
- Separate, exquisitely mounted front and rear screen panels
- Various chrome parts, including fasteners for the wheels, fuel cap, cooling grille, lamp housings and handbrake
- Authentic transfer sheet for the Blower with number 8 of the Le Mans race in 1930.
|Additional accessories required|
|7, 62, 91, 99, 302, 361, 363, 378, 381|
|Additional required paint
|2, 8, 9, 90, 92, 94, 95, 301, 382, 730, 731|
|Tools Required||Glue, paint, thinner, knutselmes|
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