Octane classic car specs
1969-1976 BRISTOL 411
Considered to be the best of the V8 powered 400-Series cars, the 411 appeared at the end of the 1960s, still looking understated and elegant. This version sported a 6.3-litre version of the Chrysler engine and could effortlessly top 140mph after sprinting to 60mph in seven seconds. It might not have been the ideal power unit during the oil crisis of the early ‘70s, but Bristol continued to sell cars while those around went under – and continue to do so against the odds.
Independent, coil springs
Beam axle, torsion bar
rack and pinion
chassis and seperate body
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