The 1965 Bentley SIII Continental Mulliner Park Ward 2-door Hardtop pictured here was previously owned by Stuntman Toby Halicki
and featured in the movie classic Junkman.
This very rare coupe was built by coachbuilder H. J. Mulliner, Park Ward Limited. Willesden London
Price when new $26,141 (equivalent to $170,000 in 2008),
with Silver Cloud Saloon chrome trim an additional $410, $26,551
engine V8 312
length 17 feet 2 inches
Serviced at British European Auto Service
H.B. Halicki, October 18, 1940 - August 20, 1989, Born Henry Blight Halicki, nicknamed Toby,
was an american stunt driver, actor and filmaker and the original "Car Crash King."
Born in DunKirk, New York, Toby was fascinated with cars while working in the family towing business
and as a teenager, after the loss of two brothers, moved to California to live with his uncle.
Toby worked at a gas station in Gardena, and begun collecting cars at the age of 16.
At age 17 and still in high school, Toby signed a contract with an insurance company
to detail and repair 2,000 new cars at $25 each!
Toby at 18 owned and operated a tire store with his business partner Ron Light.
By 21, Toby owned and operated his own auto salvage company with his business partner J.C. Agajanian Jr.
Toby invested in commercial properties and owned one of the world's largest toy and automobile collections!
H.B. Halicki's movies include the original Gone in 60 Seconds, 1974, and The Junkman, 1982,
|These are still photos from the motion picture The Junkman!|
|Halicki's Bentley became part of the Cornwell Sheridan Collection in 1986 and the Sterling Reade Collection in 2002.|
|Dave Simon, Cornwell Sheridan, later added the emblem bar to Halicki's 65 Bentley.|
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