Our 1957 Austin-Healey 100-6 has been with Bridge Classic Cars workshop manager, John as he resolves a few issues with the vehicle before it goes live on Bridge Classic Cars Competitions in the very near future.
As you can see from the photos below, John has been working on various components in preparation for it to be won.
Workshop manager John has been working on our 2001 Ford Cougar.
He has been looking into why the seat release was failing as well as fixing the rear wiper.
Our Cougar continues to make good progress through the Bridge Classic Cars workshop and we are looking forward to seeing it leave us soon.
Our 2010 Land Rover Defender has been in the skilled hands of classic car technician Jonn as he has begun his initial inspection and assessment of this future competition car.
Chris has also been working on our Defender by undersealing.
Our 1972 Ford Transit Tipper Mark 1 has been making good progress throughout its stay in the Bridge Classic Cars workshop.
Classic car technician Chris has had it in the fabrication bay as he has been completing some welding work while other Chris, from the paintshop, has been working on the paint of this classic commercial vehicle.
We recently had an MG PA in the Bridge Classic Cars workshop so we could complete some paint work on it.
While this beautiful classic was with us, classic car technicians Mauro and Chris made the car look even better than it already did with some paint repairs made and completed.
Classic car technician Alan has continued his work preparing our 2022 Bridge C-Type Replica for its new coat of paint.
Now that the new colour scheme has been confirmed, the filler and panel levelling continued as our C-Type Replica continues to make good progress through the Bridge Classic Cars workshop.