Entry for our 1969 Morgan 4/4 1600 is now open!
With only 2 former keepers and undergoing a complete overhaul in 1988, our Morgan 4/4 has recently had its wire wheels refinished in silver from their previous red colour.
Someone will win our 1969 Morgan 4/4 1600 at 9:00 am on 16th May 2023, so make sure you get your tickets from the Bridge Classic Cars Competitions website to be in with a chance of becoming the new owner of this stunning classic car.
After putting it to a vote on the Bridge Classic Cars Facebook page, it was decided that the wheels on our 1969 Morgan 4/4 1600 should be painted silver instead of keeping them their current red colour.
The wheels have now been removed from our classic Morgan and they will soon be back on the car looking very different in their new colour scheme.
As a future competition car, it was great to put a decision like this to a public vote and we look forward to getting the freshly painted wheels back on the car very soon.
There are always classic vehicles coming into the Bridge Classic Cars workshop. However, every now and again, multiple vehicles all show up at the same time.
After a successful day at auction recently, we received a delivery of several vehicles that we were very excited to welcome into the workshop. In the back of the car transporter was our 1958 Austin Healey Sprite, our 1969 Morgan 4/4 1600, and our 1998 Lotus Elise S1.
We are looking forward to sharing more information on these beautiful classic cars very soon!
Our 1969 Morgan 4/4 1600 has just arrived at the Bridge Classic Cars workshop. It comes from just 2 previous owners and has covered a little under 88,000 miles.
Back in 1988, it was subject to an extensive restoration which included a new chassis. The engine was overhauled in 1999. Since then, this stunning Morgan has had new woodwork, new wings, and a repaint. Its 1600cc Kent engine and 4-speed transmission keep our Morgan 4/4 driving smoothly on the road even after all of these years.
We are looking forward to seeing our 1969 Morgan 4/4 1600 eventually leave the workshop and get back out on the road where it belongs.