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Re: One for Serious Bristol Fans [Re: RedThree] #652019
22/07/20 05:01 PM
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It would. I bet they could charge top money for a very limited edition

Re: One for Serious Bristol Fans [Re: Alistair] #652260
23/07/20 09:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Alistair
Originally Posted by RedThree
Bit sad really, but if you're keen on Bristol cars or even fancy some Aero8 rolling chassis;
Bristol Sale


The irony. They also have businesses up for sale on the site. One of them is Coys. Ouch.


Coys going into receivership meant that I could phone up HMRC and persuade them to let me have a NOVA for the 350 Guzzi prototype I had bought at a Coys auction, though I had to pay them VAT on the purchase price. Previously HMRC had told me I had to get it via the auctioneers, who just gave me the runaround.

Registration forms now in, fingers crossed.


"this means the end of the horse-drawn Zeppelin!" - N Seagoon
Re: One for Serious Bristol Fans [Re: Alistair] #652288
24/07/20 07:41 AM
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Originally Posted by Alistair

They also have businesses up for sale on the site. One of them is Coys. Ouch.


Second time for Coys to go bust. I hope they manage to get rid of the rotten core this time around.

Re: One for Serious Bristol Fans [Re: RedThree] #652336
24/07/20 12:33 PM
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My dad was a coach builder and loved the cars. A local dentist had one, the 400, I think, and he would get my dad to go over it annually. The workmanship of Bristol was one thing he liked.
He also rebuilt a Morgan in the late 1950’s and the hand built idiosyncrasies (aka built in variations) made the job enjoyable.


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