Dennison-Jayne Motors, Inc.                            



An Association Devoted to the Conservation of Rolls-Royce and Bentley Motorcars.

322 South Concord Road
West Chester, Pennsylvania 19382
Telephone- 610-436-8668
Facsimile- 610-436-9561


Service and Repair  

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The most sensible approach to a happy relationship with your car is through proper maintenance. Following the recommendations set forth by Rolls-Royce and Bentley, has they had planned, prevents potential problems. Using recommended oils, coolant, and greases is vitally important along with getting it done at proper time intervals. Procrastinating on your car's service requirements may cause the costs of maintenance and repair to grow exponentially. Although owning an antique Rolls-Royce or Bentley motorcar may not be the most practical car to own, neglecting it's needs is even less practical. Shown below are some examples of why routine service make sense.

                                     Congested coolant jacket  of cylinder block                               Corrosion hole in cylinder block                              Water jacket free from congestion due to regular servicing 


Changing coolant regularly prevents congestion and corrosion damage.

                                                                                  Carburetor float bowl filled with debris                                      Fuel filter filled with residue and particles of dirt


Servicing the fuel filters helps to control debris that can obstruct the carburetor.

                                             Crankshaft oil passageway blockage                            Tappet oil filter full of sludge                                                   Sump (oil pan) full of sludge


                     Servicing oil filters helps minimize sludge build-up throughout the engine.

                          Brake master cylinders encrusted with corrosion.                 Brake lining worn almost to the rivet heads.                               Rear axle operated without lubricant.    


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          This is the damaged carrier.


Brakes and axles require periodical attention to keep your car safe and reliable.


Hopefully these images will express the importance of regular service and repair.

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