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Old 25-03-21, 09:20 PM
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Hello,

I am completely new to the Bristol world and I am quite surprised that there a no ( at least I could not find them) Bristol specialized parts suppliers with a decent web shop.
Pleas guide me and tell me were you are buying your Bristol, in my case 411, spares.

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Thomas
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Old 26-03-21, 09:22 AM
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Spencer Lane Jones in Warminster has a good supply. Also BODA (Bristol Owners and Drivers Association) has many parts, particularly for older models.
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Old 29-03-21, 09:58 AM
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Hello,

I am completely new to the Bristol world and I am quite surprised that there a no ( at least I could not find them) Bristol specialized parts suppliers with a decent web shop.
Pleas guide me and tell me where you are buying your Bristol, in my case 411, spares.

Regards

Thomas
Hi Thomas,

I sold my 411 earlier this year, but I may be able to offer specific help with the suspension. I had both a 409 and 411 and recall reading somewhere (Setright, Oxley? can't recall) that even if the rubber bits look good replacing them all with new OEM Bristol parts transforms the handling of the car.

So in 1998, I spent NZ$4,693.50 (about 2,350) for a box full of new Bristol suspension parts as recommended by Brian Marelli. But I never got around to installing them. Now with the cars gone, it's probably time to get my money back on the parts. See attached photo for details.

If this is of interest, do let me know. They are boxed up, ready to go, and I prefer to sell the whole lot.

Claude

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Old 29-03-21, 01:19 PM
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Thomas,
Do you already have a 411?
If yes, are there any parts that you need?



Regards,
Kevin
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Old 30-03-21, 01:40 PM
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Hi Thomas

My name is Graeme Payne the Bristol owners club purchased the stock from the liquidators. John Tullett and myself have set up a company Classic Bristol car parts company to sell this stock and to restock parts that Bristol cars sold out of. What parts do you need you can email me graeme.payne@cbcpc.co.uk or call me on 07597 576747 www.classicbristolcarpartscompany.co.uk
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