The History of the Bristol D

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The Bristol D chassis was built by Bristol Commercial Vehicles (BCV) with bodies by Bristol, Eaton and London Lorries.  The D was produced between 1930 and 1932.

There were various types of D's developed:

Bus B30D, B30F, B31D, B32F
Coach C26F, C30F, C32F

They were powered by Bristol JW 6-cylinder petrol engines 

There were 50 Bristol D's built. The D's were delivered to the following operators:

Operator No of Vehicles
  Bristol Tramways 41  
  Graham 1  
  Greyhound Motors 2  
  Rhondda 6