The front and rear brakes have now been rebuilt and fitted. The front wheel bearings have also been replaced. The newly refurbished radiator is back in position, as is the new steering rack and steering column. The front sub frame and rear axle have been replaced, complete with new bush kits. Front and rear shocks […]
The rear axle of our 1975 MGB roadster is now rebuilt and ready for refit. Pete is currently working his way through the rebuild of the car so now we are at the stage where the car will really start to take shape and you’ll see the progress pick up pace.
The 1973 BMW 2002 Targa, our new addition to the Bridge Classic Cars family has now arrived and we’ve taken her home for the evening. Believed to be one of only 94 RHD models produced for the UK market, the history file includes confirmation letter from BMW dated 1981, various MOTs dating from 1990s until […]
We have now successfully re-instated our newly refurbished 1800cc engine for our MGB roadster. The engine has been completed rebuilt by our in-house engine builder Ady and is once again looking stunning alongside the Tundra Green paint finish.
In our Pettistree workshops this week we have our 1966 Jaguar Mk II 3.8 with running issues. The car is struggling to stay running but is also running very rich when we can keep her going. Ady will need to delve deeper into this one to find out what is causing the issues and look […]
Coming soon we have our 1972 MGBGT for a full body preparation and respray. Originally finished in Harvest Gold, the car has been with the current family some time and as you can see from the images, some of it’s life has been spent in Falminco Red. The current owner is carryign out a lot […]
We are currently in the process of repainted the front end of our 1981 Triumph TR7 V8 where a couple of stone chips are apparent. The colour match was a bit of a challenge but we have managed to secure a match using our camera technology and the car is fineshed and ready for collection.
Our 1998 Daimler Super V8 has returned to the workshops today for the annual MOT. The current owner very rarely uses the Daimler so with very little miles between tomorrow’s MOT and last years we are hopefully for a nice clean run on this one.
We had a fantastic day out at Anglia Car Auctions this weekend (13th April 2019). Great to see Rob, Lyn and the team putting on a great display once again. Some amazing cars on show too and a brilliant turn out. Here are just some of the cars we managed to photograph. This was probably […]
We are now well on the way with our 1975 MG Roadster as we head into the reassembly stage. With brand new parts as well as refurbished parts on the shelves ready, John and Peter are busy working together to get everything perfectly and secure fitted back into position. As you can see, the headlights, […]
We have investigated the indicator fault and have discovered a burnt out relay and blown fuse due to incorrect earthing. We have now re-wired the affected area and the indicators are now fully functioning. That completes the recommissioning of our 1937 Triumph Dolomite. The points were the cause of the car not running so with […]
We have now placed a special order for a manual choke for our 1967 Corvette C2. This will take between 4 to 6 weeks to arrive with us so in the meantime, let’s draw breath and look at just how stunning this car truly is.
Brian has been working his magic on the refit of our 1955 Austin Healey. The re-assembly is progressing really well with freshly restored parts as well as brand new parts all being fitted back up to the car. The horns are now back in position, the chrome work is gradually being secured and the metal […]
We are currently in the middle of producing a bespoke maroon over-mat for our 1971 Jaguar E-Type’s boot space. The over-mat will form an extra layer of protection for the beige boot carpet and will tie in perfectly with the car’s interior. The car would have originally come from the factory with a light coloured […]
Finished and ready for next week’s hire. Blue Sky Classic Car’s 1978 Triumph Stag is now serviced, MOT’d and ready to go. There are endless options and things to do around East Anglia. If you are looking for a classic car to hire, along with the fantastic and super popular 1978 Triumph Stag, Blue Sky […]
Having had a reasonably long period of being untouched the land Rover Series 1 project is now back underway with the current owners. Our 1955 Land Rover panels have now returned to our paint shop to be prepared for paint.
Collected earlier today, our newest addition; 1963 BSA trials bike. She’ll sit proudly beside our 1961 Francis Barnett trials at the local summer shows later in the year. Over the coming weeks we’ll look to carry out a few sympathetic modifications but as she stands here today, she is ready to be ridden and enjoyed.