Bristol Type 411
Production: 1968 - 1976
Five versions of this Type were produced. A new body styling was introduced with the Series 3.
Production: 1968 - 1971
Fitted 383 cu in. 6277cc engine installed with a Torqueflite 3 speed auto transmission. At first glance, the 411 body is very similar to the Type 410. Externally, the radiator grille is more trapezoidal than the 410's. The inner pair of driving lamps, housed in chromed shrouds, protrude from the radiator grille. Slimmer bumpers wrap round the body at front and rear....
Read OnBristol Type 411 - Series 2
Production: 1971 - 1972
Door locks and handles are semi recessed. Bumpers are marginally higher. A self-levelling suspension system was introduced. Odometer is also marked in Kph. Wheel rims are wider....
Read OnBristol Type 411 - Series 3
Production: 1972 - 1973
Body is completely restyled. New engine introduced with lower compression ratio (9.5:1). Most noticeable changes in appearance are the front wings, bonnet and grille restyle. The wings are not notched and present 4 siamised 7 inch Headlamps, providing excellent illumination for night driving. A more powerful alternator is installed to supply more electrical current and to cope with the extra demand....
Read OnBristol Type 411 - Series 4
Production: 1973 - 1975
Power output is now down to 264 bhp at 4800 rpm, owing to still lower compression ratio of 8.2:1, though compensated for by larger 6556cc (400c.i.) capacity. New price in 1973 was £8973....
Read OnBristol Type 411 - Series 5
Production: 1975 - 1976
Grille is of similar design to that used on the Series 4, but colour changed to matt black and centred coloured Pegasus emblem atop Bristol badge replaces the nameplate on the previous series. Inertia reel seat belts fitted as standard. Price new; £12,587....