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Bristol 411

Bristol 411 (United Kingdom, 1969-present)

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The Bristol 411 is a sports saloon model built by the British manufacturer Bristol Cars since 1969. This model was Bristol's fifth series powered by Chrysler's V8 engines.

When the 411 was introduced, Bristol made the first change in engines since the 407. The old Chrysler V8 A type engine was replaced by a larger big-block B series engine of 6,277cc, which made the 411 able to reach a top speed of 230km/h.


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