BentleyStearman Model 75 1936 BOEING STEARMAN zw.psd
The Bentley Stearman Model 75 from 1936 is one of only eight production automobiles in the world to use the new "S" model which was introduced to the world in January, 1936. The car's origins are in the company of a man named W.T. Bentley, who also happened to be the founder of the Bentley automobile brand. W.T. Bentley had designed and built his own company, which mass-produced high performance, and luxury cars but he decided that it was time for his company to branch out into making fast, sports cars. To help him with this new venture, Bentley hired Harry Winters who was a highly skilled car designer to create a series of high-performance cars, which were to be produced and marketed by the newly formed Bentley Company. Harry Winters was also closely involved in the development of the new Bentleys fuel tank, which you will see on many antique and original Bentleys throughout the years.
All Bentley Stearman Series I cars were made in three different colors; Ruby Red, Electric Blue Pearl, and Racing Black. Even though the color choices are incredibly limited, there was no shortage of designs either as they featured the ever-famous "Bentley" logo, a racing emblem with two black triangles to represent the three legendary countries that made the world-famous car maker famous. If you are one of the lucky ones who has one of these classic cars or know someone that does, then you should make it a point to check out what is still one of the most popular models in history. When it comes to automobiles and luxury, nothing represents this trend more than a Stearman.