1968-1969, 79 produced.
Saloon,2 doors,4 seats
The 410 was an improved version of the 409. The 5,211 cc V-8 engine produced 254 bhp at 4,400 rpm. The car now had separate braking circuits. The 411 had the same body but with a larger 6,277 cc engine producing 340 bhp at 5,200 rpm.
Source: The complete encyclopedia of Saloon Cars - Rob de la Rive Box
|5221cc||V8 OHV||Chrysler V8 OHV||99mm x 84.1mm|
|Top Speed||0-60||SQM||MPG||Engine Pwr||Comment|
|130 mph||8.8 s||250 bhp 4400|
Auction Sales History
|Description||Auctioneer||Date||Hammer Price||Hammer Price
|070||1968 BRISTOL 410||H&H Sales Limited||8 Jun 2005||£5000.00||-|
|10||Bristol 410||BCA||6 Dec 2004||-||£5457.00|
|052||Bristol 410 (1968)||BCA||12 Apr 1999||Not sold|
|065||Bristol 410 (1969)||BCA||23 Feb 1998||Not sold|
|423||Bristol 410 (1968)||Coys||20 Nov 1997||£7500.00||£8822.00|
|042||Bristol 410 (1969)||ADT||12 Feb 1996||£9000.00||-|
|074||Bristol 410 (1969)||Sandown||3 Sep 1994||Not sold|
|057||Bristol 410 (1968)||Sandown||30 Oct 1993||Not sold|
The Bristol way
|Publication||Classic Cars June 2010|
The Bristol way - To those in the know a Bristol is the finest car money can buy, yet the price of finding out for yourself starts at less the £25,000. Bristol 401 vs 410 vs 603.
Every single one
|Publication||Octane April 2012|
|Every single one - Bristol Cars' history is one of consistency and evolution - and now it's reached a tuning point that will define its future. Time, then, to get all 21 models together. Bristol 400 to 403, Bristol 404 to 406, Bristol 407 to 410, Bristol 411 to Beaufighter, Britannia to Blenheim, Bristol Fighter.|
When Mopar came to Europe
|Publication||Classic & Sports Car June 2010|
|When Mopar came to Europe - Glamorous, American-powered GTs used to be all the rage. Facel started the trend, says Martin Buckley, now only Bristol survives, but would he have an SK500 over a 408?|
On Your Marques - Bristol - Flying High
|Publication||Classic Motor Monthly November 2005|
|On Your Marques - Bristol - Flying High - "On your Marques - Club Call!" is our feature in which we spotlight the nation's enthusiasts vehicle clubs - if you want your club in "Club Call!", write to Peter Cahill at CMM. This month, "Club Call!" looks at the BRISTOL OWNERS CLUB.|
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