What car does Lynley Drive in Season 3?
Bristol 410 – the car of inspector Lynley mysteries.
How much does a Bristol car cost?
A custom car that’s both an homage to the past and herald of the future, the Bristol Bullet has a visual impact nothing short of ballistic. The model (priced at over $300,000) is the first new release to be fired off from Bristol Cars in over a decade and commemorates the boutique British marque’s 70th anniversary.
What is a Bristol 410?
The Bristol 410 was the fourth series of Chrysler V8-engined models from British manufacturer Bristol Cars. It was the last Bristol to use the 5.2-litre (318 cubic-inch) engine originally found in the Bristol 407.
Why was Lynley Cancelled?
The BBC has axed dectective drama The Inspector Lynley Mysteries. A BBC spokeswoman told Broadcast that the broadcaster needed to “move on from some pieces like the Inspector Lynley Mysteries in order to allow new work to come through.”
Who owns Jensen?
The Jensen name is set to return on an “officially sanctioned” model for the first time in 13 years. The Jensen Group, a company spearheaded by former Aston Martin boss Tim Hearley, has produced a vehicle named the Jensen GT and is also working on a successor to the company’s famous Interceptor model.
Who made Alvis Cars?
1970s to 2004. As part of Rover, Alvis Limited was incorporated into British Leyland but was bought by United Scientific Holdings plc in 1981. Subsequently, the company’s name was changed to Alvis plc.
What is a Jensen Interceptor?
The Jensen Interceptor is a grand touring car which was hand-built at the Kelvin Way Factory in West Bromwich, near Birmingham in England, by Jensen Motors between 1966 and 1976. The Interceptor name had been used previously by Jensen for the Jensen Interceptor made between 1950 and 1957 at the Carters Green factory.
What cars did West Bromwich make?
Jensen also helped to develop and then assembled the Ford V8-engined Sunbeam Tiger, manufactured in West Bromwich from 1964-1967.
What engine was in a Jensen Interceptor?
Jensen Interceptor performance and specs
|Engine||6276cc 16 valve Chrysler V8|
|Torque||425lb ft @ 2800rpm|
Do they still make Jensen cars?
It ceased trading in 1976. Though trading resumed in 1998 Jensen Motors Limited was dissolved in 2011. Jensen Motors built specialist car bodies for major manufacturers alongside cars of their own design using engines and mechanicals of major manufacturers Ford, Austin and Chrysler.