Frequently Asked Questions

  • Who is Bridge Classic Cars?

Established in 2004, Bridge Classic Cars is built on a passion for classic vehicles. We now operate a full in-house service including restorations, tuning and engine rebuilds, automotive electrics, service and repairs, body preparation and paintwork, interior trim work, MOT, finance and valuations, transportation and logistics, events, auction representation, sourcing, sales and of course…competitions.

 

Our amazing team of specialist technicians, welders, painters, engine builders and trimmers along with father and son Gordon and Craig Ranson offer over 100 years of combined experience in owning, restoring, maintaining and competing with classic cars and motorcycles.

  • How is the winner chosen?

The winner is chosen live on a video stream on our Facebook Page. We select the winning ticket number using Google Random Number Generator.

  • I’ve won! How do I collect my vehicle?

Congratulations! We will be in touch with you using the email address and telephone number linked to your account. Unless, otherwise agreed, your car will be personally delivered to you using our own transportation. (UK mainland only). Our workshops and showroom are based in Woodbridge, near Ipswich, Suffolk. We are strictly appointment only.

  • When is the competition winner drawn?

The draw date and time is advertised on the competition page.

  • What is my ticket number?

Your unique ticket number(s) will be sent to you by email as part of your order confirmation. You can also see your ticket number(s) on your online account. Simply log into ‘My Account’, then you will see your ticket number under ‘My Orders’.

  • How many tickets can I buy?

The number of tickets  you can buy will be listed on each competition page. As well as this; the total number of tickets made available per competition and number of tickets left available will also be visible on the competition page.  The more tickets you buy, the greater your chance of winning is! 

 

We impose restrictions on the maximum amount of tickets any one person can buy for two main reasons. Firstly we want to make our competitions as fair as possible and stop any one individual buying up a large proportion of the total available tickets. Secondly, ticket restrictions safeguard people who potentially have issues and spend more than they can afford entering competitions. 

  • I am having trouble with the authentication of my card?

News rules came into play in April 2020 where some credit card providers are preventing their users from spending money on competition websites. You will see an error come up on our payment gateway. Please be assured that no funds would have been taken at this stage and the card providers are only doing this to safeguard you, as their customer. We have previously had reports that some Nationwide cards can not be accepted . Please try another card or if you are having issues making payments our office is open to take calls on 01473 742038, we can assist you with any issues you are having.