1960 MGA 1600

MGA Carbs

Classic car technician Steve has been working on the carbs of our 1960 MGA 1600. He stripped the carbs, cleaned them, and fitted new seals

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An MGA Arrives

A new arrival has entered the Bridge Classic Cars workshop in the form of our 1960 MGA 1600. It usually resides in Spain with its

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Primed and Ready – Our 1960 MGA Roadster in Polyfan

Our 1960 MGA Roadster has been perfected by the paint and body team here at the Bridge Classic Cars Suffolk HQ in order to make sure that every panel and surface is smooth as glass.

Our technician Mauro has been painstakingly getting the body of the classic sports car ready by repeated rounds of filler and sanding work to build up areas which couldn’t be adjusted by the use of hammer and dolly. Once this stage was complete, the car was blown off to get rid of any sanding dust before taken into the booth, masked up and spray with its first coats of polyfan before it is sanded down again to begin the next stage.

MGA Carbs

Classic car technician Steve has been working on the carbs of our 1960 MGA 1600. He stripped the carbs, cleaned them, and fitted new seals before reassembling.

Now that work has begun on our MGA, it should be on the way to going back home to Spain in the near future.

An MGA Arrives

A new arrival has entered the Bridge Classic Cars workshop in the form of our 1960 MGA 1600.

It usually resides in Spain with its owner but has been left with us to recommission. While the recommissioning won’t happen straight away, due to how busy our team of classic car technicians are with our current projects, the car will stay with us until work is complete.

We are very much looking forward to having our MGA in the workshop and we are excited to get work started on it.