After he won our 1975 MGB GT V8 back in January, our good friend Steve is clearly still enjoying his classic car, and making good use of it, as you can see from his social media posts below.
It seems that Steve isn’t the only one who admires ‘Velma’ as the car is now known.
Steve Biggs recently won our 1975 MGB GT V8 through Bridge Classic Cars Competitions.
He instantly fell in love with the car and, we are pleased to see, that he is still enjoying being the owner of this classic sports car.
Now known as ‘Velma’ due to the colour of the Scooby Doo character’s top, Steve took his MGB GT V8 for her first proper drive and she looks great!
Everyone here at Bridge Classic Cars hopes that Steve continues to enjoy being the proud owner of Velma, our 1975 MGB GT V8.
The lucky winner of our 1975 MGB GT V8, Steven Biggs, is a big fan of our local team, Ipswich Town Football Club.
When the time came to deliver this beautiful classic car to Steven, we couldn’t think of anywhere better than the home of ITFC – Portman Road!
We had a great time handing over the keys to Steven on the club’s FanZone pitch (and he seemed to enjoy it too).
Everyone here at Bridge Classic Cars would like to thank ITFC for helping us out with this delivery and, of course, congratulations again to Steven. We are sure you will have a lot of fun in your MGB V8.
You can now enter the draw to win our 1975 MGB GT V8.
This beautiful classic car is 1 of only 30 finished with the rare Bracken bodywork and Autumn Leaf trim.
There is extensive paperwork and history that comes with this car and it is a fantastic example of how good these classic British sports cars can be.
If you want to win our 1975 MGB GT V8, you can enter now on the Bridge Classic Cars Competitions website.
After checking the levels on our 1975 MGB GT V8, classic car technician Steve found an oil leak coming from the sump plug washer. This was replaced with a new plug and washer which stopped the leak. The oil and oil filter were also replaced.
Steve went on to check and clean the brakes as well as fabricating a new number plate holder as the previous plate was stuck to the bumper of the car.
The washer motor of our 1975 MGB GT V8 was also replaced.
Everyone knows that we love a classic MG here at Bridge Classic Cars. With that in mind, it should come as no surprise that one of the latest additions to our workshop is our 1975 MG B GT V8.
This will eventually be a competition car that will be won through Bridge Classic Cars Competitions. However, before that happens, our team of experienced and skilled classic car technicians will put it through a thorough inspection and assessment.
We love an MG and this looks to be a great example of why we do.