Other Bentley & Rolls-Royce books

Bentley – Fifty Years of the Marque (Ordering Code 50Y)

Edited by Bernard L. King and published by Dalton Watson Fine Books 2003. The 3rd edition of Johnnie Green’s “Bentley Bible” totally updated and indexed for the first time. Price £55.00 including postage & packing to U.K. addresses.


Rolls-Royce – The Classic Elegance (Ordering Code TCE)

Edited by Bernard L. King and published by Dalton Watson Fine Books 2005. 2nd edition of this sought after book covering post WW2 Rolls-Royce motor cars, features new chapter headings , production histories and captions throughout. Price £45.00 including postage & packing to U.K. addresses.


Bentley Motors – On The Road (Ordering Code OTR)

By Bernard L. King and published by Dalton Watson Fine Books 2003. A reprint of the 13 company promotional magazines published 1935/1939, together with indices to the hundreds of cars appearing in the evocative photographs, locations, personalities and other transport. Two books in slip case, price £95.00 including postage & packing to U.K. addresses.


The Goodwood Phantom (Ordering Code TGP)

By Malcolm Tucker and published by Dalton Watson Fine Books 2004. Sub-titled “Dawn of a New Era”, Malcolm Tucker’s book covers the history of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars following take-over by BMW in 1998. 216 pages, copiously illustrated. Price £79.00 including postage & packing to U.K. addresses. (also available translated into Mandarin)


The Goodwood Phantom Drophead Coupe(Ordering Code GDC)

By Malcolm Tucker and published by Dalton Watson Fine Books 2007. In the same format as Malcolm's previous work on The Goodwood Phantom, he goes on to describe "the most striking, innovativeand stylish drophead four-seater car ever". Copiously illustrated. Price £79.00 including postage & packing to U.K. addresses. A limited number of both Goodwood Phantom books are available in a single slipcase at the special inclusive price of £140.00 including postage & packing to U.K. addresses. (Ordering code GPset)


The Crewe Phantoms (Ordering Code CP)

By Martin Bennett. Published by Dalton Watson Fine Books Spring 2007. For the first time, full details of the “big” Rolls-Royce post WW2 cars, de riguer for heads of state and leaders of industry throughout the world. Full production details of the Phantom IV, V and VI are included, provided from the famous Bernard King database of all Rolls-Royce and Bentley produced cars. 304 pages, in slip case. Price £59.00 including postage & packing to U.K. addresses.


Why Not? The Story of the Honourable Charles Stewart Rolls (Ordering Code CSR)
By David Baines. Published by Dalton Watson Fine Books Spring 2007.
308 pages, in slip case. Price £49.00 including postage & packing to U.K. addresses.



The Roycean (Ordering Code TR1, TR2, TR3, TR4) The non-subscription annual journal for those with a serious interest in all aspects of the illustrious Rolls-Royce car company. Produced by long-standing experts on the marques, Tom Clarke and William Morrison, they aim to include articles on the history of Rolls-Royce (including the Derby and Crewe built Bentley) motor cars up to the 1960s, as well as articles on coachbuilders, dealers, the personalities involved with the cars, individual models of the cars made and interesting owners. Published in June, four issues have appeared to date with number 4 already well advanced for publiction in June 2013. Presently, issues 2/3/4 are available. TR2 and TR3 is priced at UK£10.00 plus UK£2.50 for postage and packing to U.K. addresses, UK£15.00 inclusive to Europe and UK£17.50 to the rest of the world. TR4 is priced at UK£11.00 plus UK£2.00 for postage and packing to U.K. addresses, UK£16.50 inclusive to Europe and UK£19.00 to the rest of the world. If more than one issue is required, apply to Complete Classics for special reduced prices!


...and planned for the future

Rolls-Royce & Bentley on Screen (Ordering Code RRF)
By David Harding and Bernard L. King. To be published by Dalton Watson Fine Books in due course.