WASHINGTON, Sept 24 (Reuters) - Luxury carmaker Bentley is recalling some models over concerns its distinctive "Flying B" hood ornament could hurt pedestrians in a collision. Bentley Motors, whose hand-crafted cars are a favorite of the rich and famous, is recalling certain models to address potential corrosion that could prevent the "Flying B" from retracting into the hood, as designed, in a collision, according to U.S. regulators and the company. Vehicles affected include the 2007-2009 ...
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