Curbside Classic: 1972 Bristol 411 (and Bristol History) – The Last Great British Eccentric
(first posted 1/17/2015) Britain has a reputation for eccentricity, in almost every field. From persevering with a coinage based on the Roman system until 1971, buying most liquids, except beer, […]
2004 BRISTOL FIGHTER - V10 8 LITRE RAW MUSCLE POWER ! SOLD | Car And Classic
Baltic Blue Metallic with Cognac Leather, Named after the extremely successful aeroplane built in 1916 by the Bristol Aeroplane Company, the fighter was designed to be a practical super car that could be used daily without sacrificing performance. Capable of cruising at speeds greater that that of m...
1954 Bristol 450. seen just after its record-breaking runs in late 1953. The revised front end styling, with deep headlamp fairings is clearly seen, as is the innovative hub/rim wheel construction. The Bristol Type 450 was a successful sports car racing prototype model, designed in 1953 by Bristol Cars and based on the abortive ERA G-type Formula Two car of 1952.
Come Fly With Me in the 18 Greatest Gullwing Cars | Man of Many
Why gull wings? For the first gull wing production vehicle, the Mercedes-Benz 300SL, the vehicle’s design would have placed traditional doors in a very low and uncomfortable position for users. The gullwing doors solved a practical problem. However, the doors create greater problems – safety, ease of operation – than those they solve. They are […]
BRISTOL Fighter specs & photos - 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
The 2002 Fighter was supposed to fight against the bankruptcy that endangered the old and proud of the Bristol brand. In the end, the brand didn't survive, but its legacy did. Despite its huge...