Not a Bentley, but a supercharged Marendaz Special 13/70 | Car Catcher

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Following service in the Royal Flying Corps during World War I, Donald Marcus Kelway Marendaz soon discovered a knack for engineering and building cars. This 1932 Marendaz Special 13/70 is one such example.

Noted as being one of only seven 13/70s built in 1932, this Marendaz Special is powered by a 2.0-liter, inline-six Continental engine that was fitted with a supercharger when the car was most recently restored. (Superchargers were actually a factory option for later models.)

Finished in green over a light mint interior, this 13/70 currently shows 45,645 miles, though its true mileage is unknown.

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