|Bentley R-Type Continental Abbott|
|Production||1954 (208 units total)|
|Transmission||4-speed manual gearbox, 4-speed automatic gearbox (optional)|
|Power||4,566 cc 145-hp; 4,887 cc 155-hp|
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