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Cover Story - April 1998

1952 Bentley Brings Operator Significant New Front Center

By: LCT Staff

The chauffeurs are well versed in the history and idiosyncrasies of each vehicle, which adds to the clients’ enjoyment. “Customers who like the classic cars are interested in the vehicle’s history,” says Bays. “When the chauffeur can talk about the company that built the vehicle and the original owners, it adds to the total experience.” 

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