The Bristol 410 was launched in 1967 with a Chrysler 5.2 litre V8, producing 250 BHP and 340 ft/lbs of torque.
The styling remained true to the Bristol tradition of being quietly understated with only motoring aficionados knowing what was before them.
This particular 410 was despatched from Bristol Cars in November 1967 to Anthony Crook Motors who supplied the car to its first owner.
It has a continuous history with Bristol Cars, where it has been regularly serviced by the factory, with a corresponding chassis file of invoices.
Subject to an engine rebuild in 2012, and with detailed invoices on file for the "rolling restoration" of the chassis, mechanicals and cosmetics that have taken place in the subsequent 4 years, this is a remarkable opportunity to finish off what has been so wonderfully started, which would result in a strikingly original example of this model.
Affording the new owner the chance to finish off this car to his or her exacting standards, this 410 is priced accordingly.
Our restoration department would be delighted to advise of the suggested works still to do, to bring this car to perfection.