The Bristol Fighter™ Remastered is a significantly re-engineered version of the original Bristol Fighter, built to UK IVA Homologation. It comes with a naturally aspirated Chrysler 6. 4L V8 Powertrain, with a ZF 8-Speed Automatic Transmission, together with numerous internal & exterior design and specification enhancements. Now available to order and specify, with the placing of a 30% deposit, phased payment plan, and signing of a build order mandate - production & vehicle handover is scheduled for 12 months from customer order.
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