Manufacturers do not want to make replacement from other sources that easy, regularly mixing two standard bearings into one assembly, although I doubt that Bristols went this far. Take off one complete set of bearings (2 sets of bearings per hub; the inner bearing is usually larger than the outer; both will be tapered roller […]
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With record prices being noted for Bristol cars in the Auction room recently BODA members should be looking at their insurance company agreed value clauses. BODA now offers written valuation reports on member’s cars as a basis for agreement with their insurance companies. Here are a couple of thoughts; Total loss. As an example […]
We do need volunteers helping to staff the stand, based we think, around ½ day shifts to give people plenty of time to look around. If you would like to volunteer to help (and of course get free show passes) could you let either Norman Shirlaw (email@example.com 020 7402 7950 / 07881 953338) or myself, […]
Simon Garrett of Essex Classic cars & Coffee (ECCC) invites all Bristol owners to join his members for a morning coffee at one of their monthly gatherings. ECCC members meet at different venues throughout the year to talk cars and drink the black stuff. If this sounds like you cup of tea .. um I […]
Michael Palmer wants to thank all BODA members for the contributions to his forthcoming book which is due to be published just in time for Christmas 2015. Here are the front & rear covers. It will be published by Crowood.
Bristol Cars were the featured marque at the RREC Burghley House Concours on Sunday 21st June. 24 cars graced the scene including 3 ex-Tony Crook cars. 404 MPH100D, 406S 406CHU and old number one JHY 261
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