Ady, our in-house engine specialist here at Bridge Classic Cars has done a wonderful job assembling the engine and gearbox on our 1960 MG A. After a total engine rebuild we can’t wait to see this back in the car and starting for the first time!
A few more additions have been made to our Racecar in the last few days. The chrome fuel filler cap and steel pressed number plates are now fitted. Here at Bridge Classic Cars we love authentic steel pressed plates.
The gearbox seals have been replaced of our 1955 Austin Healey. Now that it has been removed and fully rebuilt. The gearbox is now being re-married with the engine.
This 2006 Saab has been brought into us at Bridge Classic Cars as a non-runner. Ady, our engine specialist has found that the engine has a broken cam-belt and broken rocker fingers. He’s busy stripping the engine and will be diagnosing and fixing any potential faults he finds to get this vehicle back out onto the road.
The little Copen Kei car is slightly short on luggage space. But not any more! Paul has fitted this roof rack onto our Daihatsu Copen and it looks simply fabulous. great work, Paul.
Our 1964 Daimler dart, currently for sale at Bridge Classic Cars needed a new water pump. As with all the cars we present for sale, this vehicle was inspected by our classic car technicians. It was found to have a leaking water pump. As such, we’re replacing with a new water pump so the vehicle is in top condition ready for the vehicles next owner.
“Dedicated and professional; a great job done on the Jensen 541S prototype”