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Gallery: the dismantled Vintage Bentley

One year ago, Bentley specialist William Medcalf discovered the remains of a 1928 Bentley 4½ litre in a London house.

‘I walked into the house and sure enough on the bare entrance hall floorboards was a Bentley cylinder block. I saw a clutch on the stairs, then the conrods – there were literally bits everywhere and throughout the three-storey house,’ Medcalf said.

Pictures: Gerard Brown

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The Bentley had cost owner Stuart Wallace less than half the price of a Mini, but one thing he'd had not banked on was the cost of running the car – it’s 4½ engine made it expensive to run and as a student, the Bentley was laid up. 

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