Win with Bridge Classic Cars

October 14, 2020

Keeping it in the family

Our Range Rover has sold… before it even reached the showroom! One of Bridge Classic Cars’ own technicians, Pete heard we were selling our Range

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RS2000 delivered to classic car competition winner

Congratulations to the winner of our 1979 Ford Escort RS2000, Mike Hill

We delivered the RS2000 up to Mike in Manchester today. Our covered vehicle transporter kept the RS nice and clean on its journey. Mike won with ticket number 1676.

We have three stunning cars live on the website, two of them will be won next week!

💚 1957 Triumph TR3 (Won in just 8 days time! 640 tickets left)

www.bridgeclassiccarscompetitions.co.uk/product/triumph-tr3

💛 1991 Rover Mini (Won in just 8 days time! 92 tickets left)

www.bridgeclassiccarscompetitions.co.uk/product/mini

❤️ 1962 Triumph TR3 (Launch Sale – tickets are just £15)

www.bridgeclassiccarscompetitions.co.uk/product/1962-tr4

Windows go in to the 1957 Jensen 541R

Scott has been fabricating and fitting new quarter lights into the Jensen. He’s had to custom fabricate some of the components to ensure the perfect fit. As with most handmade cars, there is very few one-size-fits-all parts on these cars. Instead, most parts will need to be modified in some form to perform perfectly. It’s well worth the effort though, Scott. These cars are looking stunning!

The Black Jensen is now heading into the Trim Shop for the next exciting phase of it’s restoration. One there, it will be treated to a full interior trim courtesy of our dream team, Kath and Brian

The MGTD ‘to do’ list is almost complete

Pete has been working on our beautiful classic 1951 MG TD. Pete has just finished fitted the new steering rack into the car. ‘The steering rack presented a few challenges”, Pete explains. “Due to the length of rack, I’ve had to dismantle the rack before installation. Once it’s in position it can then be re-assembled”. Superb ingenuity Pete! Working on cars of this era presents many challenges. But no job is too daunting for our expert team!

After completing the steering rack, Pete has installed a brand new stainless steel exhaust. The new exhaust sounds lovely, we cannot wait to hear what the vehicles owner thinks!

Keeping it in the family

Our Range Rover has sold… before it even reached the showroom! One of Bridge Classic Cars’ own technicians, Pete heard we were selling our Range Rover and fancied it himself! Congrats, Pete on the lovely new car!

The Range has been treated to a full alloy wheel refurb before it heads to it’s new home with Pete.

Before Pete took delivery of his new car, we refurbished the wheels. Check out the before and after galleries below.