I’m still finding rather too much time to keep checking updates on the Bristol Cars website.
A 406 Zagato has appeared, combining my current obsession with Bristol’s and my long running interest in all things Zagato’ed, particularly Alfa SZ and Aston DB7 specials.
The 406 looks ideal for an old school European road trip. No satnav, just a Michelin atlas to give you a rough idea of which way to go.
Advert as below:
|Bristol 406 Zagato. Metallic silver/grey with beige leather. Only 4 owners from new. One of six made, five of which are believed to survive. Based on the optimum Bristol 6-cylinder chassis combined with light and compact aluminium Superleggera body, still seating four. 2.2 litre engine in 110S trim with correct Abarth type exhaust, sports camshaft and manual gearbox with overdrive. Restored in 2005 at a documented cost of £140,000. Correct in every detail down to original two-colour leather created by Connolly. A car for the discerning connoisseur. Six months factory warranty. £149,500.|