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Bristol 603

Bristol 603 (United Kingdom, 1976-present)

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Launched in 1976, the Bristol Type 603 is a car produced by British manufacturer Bristol Cars. Launched to replace the 411, the 603 meant the first major facelift in Bristol cars since the introduction of the 406 in the late 1950s.

With a considerably more streamlined design with a much larger and more curved rear window, the 603 meant the end of the classic three-box two-door saloon for Bristol. According to Bristol the 603 had more head, leg and shoulder room than any previous model from the brand.


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