Bridge Classic Cars open our Hangar doors for 2020’s first coffee morning meet

By Craig Ranson
By Craig Ranson

Managing Director – Bridge Classic Cars

On Saturday 4th January 2020 we opened the doors of Bridge Classic Cars Hangar showroom for an exclusive car club coffee morning.

Until now, not many people were aware of this side to Bridge Classic Cars but our hangar is located within the grounds of the iconic RAF Bentwaters in Rendlesham. The private showroom is not often open to the general public but with the new year brings new ideas and it was a wonderful opportunity to open the doors, enjoy the open space and for like-minded automotive enthusiasts to get together to talk all things cars…with some bike and plane conversations going on too!

The sun was shining brightly for us on the day, which saw classics, vintage, sports and supercars from all over the region getting together to enjoy a thoroughly brilliant free event.

And we received some amazing feedback too so we are sure to be hosting many more events like this in 2020…

David Frost: “Roadtrip to Bridge classic cars open day at Bentwaters,was a nice variety of cars.A few of the 100 FMEG were there.Free refreshments as well,a great turnout for January.”

Robert Brooks: “Great day out nice to see some of my friends well organised.”

Jake Jacobs: “Had a very good morning at Bridge Classic Cars Bentwaters this morning, great people, cars, weather & coffee?? ——- it was great to get the Mustang out?? “

Bryan Davidson: “Enjoyable morning relaxing with a Cup of tea, having a chat and seeing some lovely classics. Many thanks to Bridge Classic Cars for putting on this event “

Keith Barry: “Good get together, thanks for the coffee and food.”

Anthony: “Took the Ford Pop out for its longest trip in over 10 years and wasn’t disappointed. What a great turnout and such a huge range of great cars. Free coffee as well. The Pop even made a friend there.”

Chris and Elaine Bone: “Enjoyed the visit, great turnout, ours needs a wash now!”

Mary and Bill: “Lovely morning with fellow petrol heads, we really enjoyed it.”

Peter Mould: “I wanted to thank you for putting on today’s event. It was great to see an array of vehicles from many different decades.”

Ted: “Can I thank you for putting on the open morning, there were some great cars there, & the coffee & croissants where nice too.”

Ian Leggett SVEC: “Good turn out on Saturday. Thanks for the opportunity to see your cars and also for the coffee and snacks which kept us warm.”

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