Bristol 412

Knowledge Identifier: $Bristol_412


Bristol 412

Car which was built by British manufacturer Bristol Cars add

Category: Business (14)

Launched in 1960.

Countries: United Kingdom (67%), (33%)

Main connections: Bristol Cars, TorqueFlite, Bristol Type 603

Linked to: TorqueFlite, Zagato




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Along with the Bristol 603, it was one of two concurrent successors to the long-serving 411 that had carried Bristol Cars through from the late 1960s to the late 1970s add something


To cope with the extra torque, the Torqueflite automatic gearbox that had been a constant in every Bristol since the 407, was upgraded with a stronger, thicker propeller shaft and a torque converter taken from the 7,2 litre RB engine engine found in Chrysler's top-of-the-line models during the 1970s add something


The 1977 second series cars incorporated front suspension modifications to allow for the lighter engine along with a final drive ratio changed to 2,88:1 add something


The Beaufighter was first built in 1982 and continued until 1993 add something


It was produced in very small numbers until 1994 add something