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1977 Triumph Spitfire

Mr Dodman – Rendlesham

“Can’t thank you enough, from start to finish,  my experience at Bridge Classic Cars has been outstanding. Please thank Darren for the amazing job he

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Triumph Spitfire Leaves the Paint Shop

Darren has been tasked with completing the final trim installation on this Triumph Spitfire.

A home restoration, this Spitfire was brought to us for paint. Some of the paintwork was scratched and chipped when the Spitfire’s owner installed some of the exterior trim elements. Darren has repaired this paintwork and fitted the final few pieces of chrome trim.

Great work, Darren. The paintwork is looking perfect!

Mr Dodman – Rendlesham

“Can’t thank you enough, from start to finish,  my experience at Bridge Classic Cars has been outstanding. Please thank Darren for the amazing job he did on my Spitfire. I’m sure I’ll be back to you in the future for further projects. Thanks again”

1977 Triumph Spitfire Full Respray

Darren Has done a wonderful job on this Triumph Spitfire’s paintwork. The customer had selected this gorgeous deep black for their vehicle.

This vehicle is being restored at home by our customer, they wanted a perfect finish that only our state-of-the-art painting booth and highly skilled bodywork specialists could achieve.

Top work, Darren!

1977 Triumph Spitfire Respray

Our 1977 Triumph Spitfire is now in colour!

Very rare to find a Spitfire finished in black but with the smooth lines and elegant shape black really does finish off the car beautifully.

Whilst in the early stages of preparation we discovered heavy corrosion in the doors. New metal had to be applied to the doors and the boot area.

The car was then prepared and treated in epoxy primer before the black top coat was applied.

1977 Triumph Spitfire Arrives for Paintwork

We’re delighted to have this wonderful 1977 Triumph Spitfire 1500 into the Bridge Classic Cars Paint shop.

The owner has brought in his spitfire 1500 for our Paintwork specialists to work on. The Spirfire will be painted black. Interestingly, black was never a colour option Triumph offered from the factory so this really will be a unique classic.

Here at Bridge Classic Cars we have a bit of a soft spot for Spitfires. they’re such wonderful classics. We can’t wait for work to begin and to see this Spitfire transform into a beautiful machine.

The 1500 from this vehicles name denotes the cc of the engine given to it. The 1500 was the final iteration of the Spitfire and is favoured amongst enthusiasts as it was the most powerful engine on offer.