Contagrtutalions to Franke and his partner who are now the proud owners of our Austin Healey Engine. Franke drove all the way from Germany for this special motor. Pleasure to meet you both, we look forward to hearing the engine roar into life once more.
Dave has been working on rerouting the fuel pipe on our E-Type’s fuel tank. Originally located in the middle of the fuel tank on standard E-types, we’re having to relocate ours to fit our custom engine setup.
The tank is now down in the paint shop to be painted, ready to be fitted back up to the car.
Scott has been hard at work on the mammoth job that is repairing the underside of our Peugeot 504. He’s cut out all the rot and rust affected areas and let in new metal where nessasary. great work, Scott!
Ady, Bridge Classic Cars’ engine specialist has begun servicing this lovely Bristol 411. The first thing we’ve noticed is the incorrect alignment of the alternator belt. As you can see in the first image, the belt should align perfectly with the pulley. Instead, the alternator is sitting slightly too far forward which could cause uneven wear to the belt.