This week we announced the two lucky winners of our competition.
Karl Reilly from Essex won the 1968 Triumph TR3 with his lucky ticket number 4174. Karl is a triumph lover, already owning a yellow Triumph GT6 so we know our TR3 will be in good company.
Today Karl drove a close relative to their wedding in his new Triumph and we can’t think of a better way to experience your first drive in a new car!
Our second winner was Lee Polley from Hull who won the beautiful 1991 Mini Rover with his lucky ticket 410.
We’ve been so overwhelmed with positive comments from other competition entrees and supporters congratulating the winners.
If you fancy your chances at winning a classic car, you can enter our current draws on our 1962 Triumph TR4 or a suave 1999 Mercedes 280SL.
Our 1990 Austin Mini Thirty winner Courtney Barker couldn’t help but share this gushy Instagram post about her new toy!
“Always wanted one of these and still cant believe its mine!” – Well you better believe it Courtney, its certainly all yours!
Courtney has been a classic car fan since she was a child and has even set up her own car fan club – East Coast Japanese. She’s clearly been having so much fun with her new Mini, she’s forgotten to take pictures!
If you fancy winning your own classic Mini, we’re currently running a competition for someone to win this fantastic 1991 Rover Mini. To pick up your tickets, head to our competitions website.
Originally designed for the military, the Mini Moke hit the UK market in the 60’s after failed attempts to be used by the British Army.
It’s unusual stripped down chassis, with no doors or windows will certainly tests the boundaries of the Great British weather! Although new technology has been added to the otherwise very originally kept model, such as a heated windscreen and power steering.
Any Mini news is good news for us here at Bridge Classic Cars! We’re huge fans of the Mini, in any form. Right now we have a Rover Mini in our current competition line up. Check it out here.
Chris has been working on paintwork repairs to our 1991 Rover Mini. Not needing a fell respray, Chris has sympathetically restored the paintwork on our lovely little Mini.
Reading through the service history we came across some good ol’ fashioned printed photographs.
Tamas has been out this morning collecting the latest addition to our workshops, our 1991 Rover Mini 1000 City E.
The car is almost ready to go, with a little paint work to address and we may look to change the modern hubcaps for something more in-keeping with the character and age of the car.