WW2 Bomber pilot's Bentley sells for big money.

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The second owner of the Bentley, Charles Philip Blackham. <br />
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Mr Blackham served with the RAF’s 1667 and 550 squadrons as a Flight Engineer and Pilot during World War Two.<br />
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A rust-bucket Bentley car that belonged to a war hero who bombed Adolf Hitler has sold for over £454,000.<br />
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The 1936 Bentley Vanden Plas tourer was bought by Charles Blackman seven years after the war.<br />
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Mr Blackham had been a Lancaster bomber pilot in the RAF and bombed Hitler's 'Eagles Nest' mountain retreat in Bavaria in 1945.