January 23, 2020

1960 MGA Progress update

Work continues on our 1960 MGA. The body has now been fitted to the chassis which means Chris can begin work on the other MGA panels, making sure the panel gapping and alignment is perfect before they go into the final stages of paint.

Once the MGA is out of the paint shop, Paul can continue work on the mechanical restoration. Great work, guys!

More parts arrive for our Suzuki Cafe Racer project

Every day more parts come through the door for our Suzuki GSX 400 Cafe Racer project.

The engine is currently being sandblasted in preparation for painting. The next steps will be painting the fuel tank and engine before fitting all of our new and refurbished parts back onto the Suzukis frame.

Servicing our Mercedes Van

To keep our workhorse Van in top shape, Pete is giving it a thorough service today. We’re just as adept at working on modern cars as well as our usual classics.

There is a minor issue with the handbrake to repair which Pete is also taking a look at.

Restoration Recap – 1971 Series 3 Jaguar E-Type V12

Wow, what a beauty! Our completed Jaguar E-Type restoration project was visited by it’s owner at the Bridge Classic Cars workshop. Upon seeing this lovely Jaguar, he couldn’t resist but to take her out for a drive.

Seeing clients of ours happy makes the hundreds of hours spent on our restorations well worth while. We took a look back at how this restoration began and what a transformation this Jaguar has undertaken.

This Jaguar E-Type is now ready to be enjoyed for many a happy mile to come.

Damage repair in the Paint Shop – 2015 Vauxhall Mokka

Darren has worked wonders on a repair to our Vauxhall Mokka. We also carry out body and paint repairs on modern cars. Our state-of-the-art paint booth is capable of matching any colour perfectly.

Darren has done a wonderful job on this Vauxhall. As you can see below, there was quite significant damage to the drivers side of the car, spanning across multiple body panels.

And now the paintwork is back to perfect condition, great work, Darren!