Category: 1971 Triumph Spitfire
Age can often take it’s toll on the engine; upon further inspection, things that look and function perfectly fine can often be showing signs of wear and tear. Take the cooling hoses for example. The engine runs and functions as you’d expect but as you’ll see from the images they can be just a fraction […]
Thanks to the guys at Vintage Warehouse 65, our 1971 Triumph Spitfire is now fitted with brand new 3 point chrome buckled seat belts. Finished in black with chrome buckles they compliment the interior of the car very well and the 3 point option keeps in with the authenticity of the vehicle.
This is the fun part of a restoration; piece by piece, day by day the car starts to take shape. Everything has been cleaned up and all looking fresh and shiny. Today Asa, John and Mark have all been getting stuck in to our 1971 Triumph Spitfire rebuild. If you’d been running around for 45 […]
Mrs K, we decided your car would look pretty in pink! Hope you like… (haha don’t panic, it’s not, it’s primer) Was a bit of late night for Trevor in our paint shop tonight as he caught up on the Triumph Spitfire project. The great news is that the bodywork is all done and as […]
A trip down the A12 for Craig today as he takes the Triumph Spitfire interior to Bridge Classic Car’s upholsterer Kim. In a past life, Bridge Classic Cars repaired the driver’s seat of our little Spitfire so we know, first hand, that the majority of the interior is still in a sound working order. As […]
We are often asked whether we only do full concours restorations and the answer is…absolutely not. In a nutshell, we can do anything you wish on your classic and vintage vehicle! This is certainly something we have the skills and knowledge to be able to do but not everyone who owns a classic car wants […]