According tomedia reports, the Bentley Blower Continuation series is a strange project that is so far removed from the lives of ordinary people. More recently, the company took pains to dismantle one of the most iconic cars from the 1920s, then recorded each part with a laser 3D scan and remade it into 12 “Continuation Series” replicas — from engines and boosters to heavy steel chassis, graywood body, hand-polished fuel tanks, mirror-plated nickel radiators, steel spring suspensions, and other components.
They are absolutely attractive to any antique car or mechanical enthusiast.
It is reported that Bentley will soon enter the assembly phase – continuation Series Blower’s engineering prototype. The team will test the engines and boosters and then start putting them together to see what else can be improved.
Tim Hannig, of Bentley Mulliner, said: “After nearly a year of meticulous engineering work, it’s well worth seeing the first parts assembled into the first Bentley Blower in more than 90 years. Our engineers and technicians are demonstrating the same skills as artisans who hand-craft components across the country, and we’re starting to assemble them together. We continually improve our design and solve problems, and that’s what prototyping is all about. We’re excited to finish the first car and show it to the world later this year. “