September 7, 2020

More Primer on the Minor

Paintwork continues on the 1963 Morris Minor 1000 as the doors and wings get some specialist paintwork treatment from our expert paint shop technician Chris.

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#Focus 5k

The Bridge Classics Car web development team, Luke and his brother Dan recently took part in the #Focus5k charity event. They both cycled 5k to

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The TR7’s Steered In The Right Direction

After receiving expert advise and a full diagnostic from Kelly Brey Steering, our classic car technician Tom has been busy fixing the steering on our 1981 Triumph TR7 V8.

Starting off by cutting the old steering column part to fit it onto the new one.

“I then checked all the wiring” explains Tom, “then assembled and fitted the new steering column into position.”

Tom then connected all the wires, fitted the steering rack and lastly, attached the steering rack to the steering column.

Now the steering is working as it should with no leaks, she’s ready for some test drives and to be returned to her owners very soon.

Happy travels TR7!

More Primer on the Minor

Paintwork continues on the 1963 Morris Minor 1000 as the doors and wings get some specialist paintwork treatment from our expert paint shop technician Chris.

“I’ve got the car ready for epoxy and polyfan primer,” describes Chris. “Then the doors and wings in a high build primer to perfect the finish.”

The car’s paintwork will be finished very soon now, we’re looking forward to the next stage of the restoration where the project moves to the trim shop.

#Focus 5k

The Bridge Classics Car web development team, Luke and his brother Dan recently took part in the #Focus5k charity event.

They both cycled 5k to raise money for the charity Focus 4 Hope who work with local elderly, isolated or lonely individuals, local homeless and also aid the refugee crisis.

Great work guys!

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A Dazzling Day at Classics at Glemham 2020

Sunday saw Classics at Glemham return for another year. Held at the fabulous Glemham Hall grounds in Suffolk, the event was one of the first car shows to go ahead since the COVID-19 pandemic. Most of this summer’s shows had been canceled, so it was delightful to see the one of the first classic car events return.

The sun was shining, some spectacular classic cars were on display and it was a superb meet for the regions classic car enthusiasts. With special COVID-19 precautions in place, it was a superb family day out.

So good to be out at a car show again! And what a beautiful show it was. The Morgan Motor Company next generation cars…

Posted by Krazy Horse on Sunday, 6 September 2020

What wonderful day. Beautiful setting. Some fantastic cars and lots of nice people. Sorry. More car pics!!

Posted by Daniel 'Danny' Cook on Sunday, 6 September 2020