This incredible Le Mans Style by Van den Plas was first owned by The Right Honorable Chubb. Its' second owner was a Mr. Lipton, family member of the infamous tea brand, who took the Speed Six to the Bahamas prior to the start of WWII.

The Bentley then went to Australia and resurfaced in 1959 when it was being used as a break-down vehicle with a crane on its' back. Joe Harding then purchased her in 1992 and sent her to England to be restored; she now resides in California with the Harding family and is driven extensively in tours throughout the United States. Come see this astounding 1929 Bentley Speed Six alongside 130 breathtaking classic automobiles from around the world at the 2019 La Jolla Concours d'Elegance (Sunday, April 14th).