Bristol Cars saved by... Frazer-Nash?!
Bristol Cars has its roots in aircraft manufacturing, but converted to building bespoke vehicles for the well-to-do of the UK shortly after World War II. The company hit financial dire straits last year, and in March of 2011, Tom MacLennan and Trevor Binyon were named joint administrators. Remarkably, sales and service have carried on throughout the whole ordeal, and that doesn't look to stop anytime soon.
William Chia, the director of operations for Frazer-Nash, said that his company is committed to continuing to service the brand's cars.
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