What a lovely surprise at Bridge Classic Cars today. This lovely hamper was generously gifted to us from SNG Barratt. We would like to say
Progress continues on our TVR Grantura. Most of the tailor-made interior has been refitted now. Grilles and vents have also been fabricated and added to the car. It really is in the finer details that sees a restoration truly come to life.
Arriving to us soon at Bridge Classic Cars is this lovely luxurious BMW 640D M Sport. Upon it’s arrival, the car will be taken into our workshop and given a full mechanical inspection so its ready for sale at our Showroom. Is there any finer way to get around than with the top down in this lovely specced 640D?
We had a wonderful time visiting Denis Welch Motorsport. They’ve carried out work on the Jensen 493 Engine that will soon be transplanted back into the freshly painted chassis. It’s now been mounted to the fully refurbished gearbox. It was truly a pleasure to visit the wonderful workshop!
How good does this Porsche 930 Turbo now look!? After leaving our paint shop, the rear end of this lovely classic Porsche is looking beautiful once more.
This lovely 1985 Mercedes Benz 280SL has been treated to a wheel refurb here at Bridge Classic Cars. After bringing the wheels up to such a high standards, we will now replace the wheel bolts to shine just as bright.
Ady, Bridge Classic Cars’ in-house engine specialist has completely rebuilt the engine on our Saab 9-3. She’s now up and running beautifully. Fit and raring to take to the roads.
What a lovely surprise at Bridge Classic Cars today. This lovely hamper was generously gifted to us from SNG Barratt. We would like to say a huge thank you to Pete, Alex and the entire SNG Barratt team for their fantastic service. They are absolutely the best in the game when it comes to Jaguar Parts for our restoration projects.
We look forward to continuing working with you through the New Year, breathing a fresh lease of life into Jaguars for many years to come. Merry Christmas!
This preventative maintenance is essential to keep our fleet of vehicles rolling along without any issues. Our 1972 Series 3 Jaguar E-type will now be brought back to our Suffolk workshop to continue this vehicle’s restorative works.
Upon close inspection, we’ve found a fault with the MGB’s Starter motor and Distributor. Ady, Bridge Classic Cars’ engine specialist is now on the case to either repair or replace the faulty components.
This weekend we picked up this lovely green MGB Roadster, soon to be up for sale with us at Bridge Classic Cars. Before it enters our showroom it will be subject to a full mechanical inspection, ensuring this lovely sports car is fighting fit for its next owner.