Our 1997 Fiat 20V Turbo spent a bit of time with our fabrication team, Chris and Monty. During its time with them, it had its front sill end cut out and replaced as well as having its front wing repaired too.
The rear right quarter panel and arch were cut out and replaced, and a new towing eye bracket was made and welded to the car. New bumper mount posts were also welded in place.
After leaving the fabrication bay, our Fiat Coupe moved into the Bridge Classic Cars paintshop where Mauro prepped the car before priming and painting the newly repaired areas.
The car then returned to Chris and Monty to be put back together and to also have its new number plate lights wired in.
As well as having parts of its body repaired and painted, our Fiat Coupe also spent some time with classic car technician Brian who has been working on the interior of the vehicle, specifically, the damaged headliner. After removing the headliner from the car, he repaired it before reinstalling it into the car.
A recent arrival into the Bridge Classic Cars workshop is this 1997 Fiat 20v Turbo.
The car has come in for our fabrication team to take a look at a couple of issues with the bodywork along with some mechanical jobs being scheduled to be done in our main workshop. It’s nice to see one of these Italian sports coupes in the workshop as they are getting rarer and rarer out on the roads.