Enthusiast rescues olde worlde car-maker from bankruptcy, focusing on restomods before all-new model
Bristol Cars has been brought back from the dead after the famous British sports car-maker was liquidated last year.
The 76-year-old brand famous for its aviation-inspired hand-built luxury cars was snapped up by Jason Wharton, a property developer and Bristol enthusiast who plans to restructure the company into a business that will initially restore and sell classic Bristols.
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