Arriving to our workshops very soon we have our 2009 Nissan GT-R Black Edition. A couple of remedial bits and pieces to be done, mainly the 4 wheels are requiring a refurb. None of them are bad but as the car is so beautifully presented the slight scuffs that can be seen on the wheel deserve to be rectified.
We can not wait to announce our exciting news about this car…watch this space.
Ady, Bridge Classic Cars’ engine specialist has serviced and cleaned up the leaking carburettors in our 1971 Range Rover. He has replaced the seals and gaskets and re-installed into the vehicle. This has massively improved the engines running.
Ady has noticed a slight radiator leak so this will be investigated further by our good friends and radiator experts, Shelldrake and Wells in Ipswich. This is the final task to complete before the vehicle is running beautifully once more. Great work, Ady!
The next job for Paul and Chris to tackle is the wing mirrors of our Nissan 300ZX.
Paul removed the damaged wing mirrors from the vehicle and has passed them over to Chris in the Paint shop.
Chris firstly prepared the mirrors for paint, repairing the damage. He’s masked up the glass, rubbed them down, filled with filler, rubbed down filler and then applied primer.
Chris then gave the primed mirrors one more thorough rub down, ensuring the surface is perfect before paint.
He then applied the colour coat and top coat lacquer. Great work!
The mirrors will now head back to Paul to be installed into the vehicle.