A Look Back On Our 1999 Rover BRM

By Craig Ranson
By Craig Ranson

Managing Director – Bridge Classic Cars

Our 1999 Rover BRM may have only been with us for a few months but it has come a long way since its arrival at the Bridge Classic Cars workshop.

Rust was an issue for this car. Our team of classic car technicians worked hard to find all of the affected areas and resolve them appropriately. Once the rust was a thing of the past, the car went into our paint and was primed and ultimately painted.

We were fortunate enough to locate an original set of Rover BRM wheels that have been refurbished and fitted onto the car.

The difference in having the original wheels back on our BRM was massive and certainly goes a long way in making this car one that stands out.

In addition to the refurbished wheels being fitted, our 1999 Rover BRM has also been thoroughly cleaned and new badges have been applied. As you can see from the photos below, our BRM is looking incredible and will be a fantastic car for our collection.

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