Entry is now open for our 2017 Ford Mustang GT on the Bridge Classic Cars Competitions website.
With less than 6000 miles on the clock and kept in stunning condition, this will make a fantastic addition to the lucky winner garage very soon.
This morning, our 1976 TVR 2500M was won by Steven Pejica with ticket number 128.
Live draws are always fun for the team as it is exciting to find the new owner of one of our beautiful classic cars.
To show you how much fun it really is, here are some behind-the-scenes photos of this morning’s draw.
Soon to be arriving at the Bridge Classic Cars workshop is our 2010 Land Rover Defender.
For now, the plan is for it to join our personal collection but, after its initial inspection and assessment with our team of classic car technicians, a definitive plan of action for the future will be created.
At the weekend, some of the team from Bridge Classic Cars spent time at our secure vehicle storage facility, The Hangar, located at Bentwaters Parks. While they were there, they were extremely busy moving things around to create more space for vehicle storage purposes.
While things were being moved around, the Hangar was cleaned too.
We have seen a big increase in customers contacting us wanting to securely store their vehicle/s for extended periods of time. As a result, more storage space was needed and that is exactly what has happened.
More carcoons mean more room for more classic cars to be stored!
A second new arrival has entered the Bridge Classic Cars workshop today in the form of another BMW 325i. This time though it is a 1989 model to alongside our other 325i from 2001 which is also in the workshop.
This particular BMW 325i is in for a condition appraisal from our team of classic car technicians.
We have recently welcomed a new addition to the Bridge Classic Cars workshop in the form of our 2001 BMW 325i.
While it is with us, our interior trim team of Brian and Lydia will be working on the interior of this stunning car.
Our 2001 Ford Cougar has spent a bit of time in the Bridge Classic Cars paintshop with technician Chris.
Chris has been completing some paint repairs on the front wing of the car and, as you can see from the images below, this has made an already cool car look even better.
It looks like our Cougar will go into our Director Gordan’s personal collection for now and it is great to see it go to a good home.
Our stunning 1970 Ford Cortina MK2 1600 GT is back and will soon be going live one more time on the Bridge Classic Cars Competitions website.
It actually never really left us, although it was won a little while ago. Unfortunately, the lucky winner had some car trouble with his daily vehicle so asked if we would be interested in buying the vehicle back. He was a big Cortina enthusiast so it certainly wasn’t an easy decision for him to make. However, it was an easy one for us as we loved the car so added it to our personal collection.
After much deliberation, it has been decided that our Cortina will be available to win again very soon. This means that you have one more chance to become the proud owner of this beautifully restored nostalgic classic.
Before it goes live though, classic car technician Jonn has been giving it a checkover. While doing so, he fitted a new distributor, before test driving.
Our 1973 Triumph TR6 has continued its progress towards going live on the Bridge Classic Cars Competitions website.
Classic car technician Jonn fitted a new horn pin as well as a new ignition coil with a new wire being run from the fuse box to the coil.
It won’t be too much longer until our TR6 will be available to win!
Classic car technician Jonn has continued his work on our 1957 Austin-Healey 100-6 as it will soon be available to win through Bridge Classic Cars Competitions.
After finishing some diagnostic work, Jonn fitted a new nut to the drag link ball joint on the offside of the vehicle. Once this was done, both ends were checked and were found to be secure.
As well as some work on the suspension, Jonn also noticed that the flexi brake hose has been rubbing. Workshop Manager John was also working on our classic Austin Healey as he was rectifying an electrical issue.
Our 2020 AK 427 has been in the care of classic car technician Jonn as he has begun his work to get it ready to be won through Bridge Classic Cars Competitions.
During Jonn’s initial inspection, he noticed that the sump gasket was split and weeping. This was due to it being overtightened, so this was something Jonn resolved. The top hose was modified before a new J hose was modified and installed.
Another issue to be resolved is the alternator support bracket rubbing the water pump pulley. Chris from the paintshop also came through to the main workshop to check the paint colour ready for some paint repairs to be made.