What a way to end a year of fantastic events at Bridge Classic Cars! Despite the cold and wet weather, festive spirits were not dampened. The turn out was great with lots of you coming along for food and drink. Our Molly kept us entertained with vintage tunes and Christmas classics with The Three Chordettes singing throughout the day.
Some brave souls ventured out with their classics which was great to see and it was lovely to speak to so many of you as you warmed yourself with coffee and mulled wine.
This event just about wraps up our events for the year, we have got lots planned for 2024 and we can’t wait to see you there.
And it was one of the first outings for our newly branded Bridge Classic Cars Defender. A perfect advertising board parked up outside our gates.
Our 2010 Land Rover Defender looks good on a campsite, on the road, or anywhere else really.
This impressive-looking car will soon be available to win through Bridge Classic Cars Competitions.
There aren’t many better-equipped vehicles for a camping trip than our 2010 Land Rover Defender.
Recently, Craig went camping with his family and, as you can see from the photos below, our Defender looks very much at home in the great outdoors!
Soon to be available to win through Bridge Classic Cars Competitions, our Defender will be a great off-road capable vehicle for its lucky new owner.
The Bridge Classic Cars paintshop has been the home of our 2010 Land Rover Defender for the last few days. During its stay, classic car technician Chris has been repairing some areas of the paintwork.
In addition to some of these repairs, Chris also painted the chequer plates and made a new step to help get in and out of the vehicle. The front bumper was also improved and, as you can see from the photos below, our Defender is already looking great.
Our 2010 Land Rover Defender has been in the skilled hands of classic car technician Jonn as he has begun his initial inspection and assessment of this future competition car.
Chris has also been working on our Defender by undersealing.
Our 2010 Land Rover Defender has recently arrived in the Bridge Classic Cars workshop and it looks great!
This will likely be a competition car at some point in the future but, for now at least, it will go through an inspection and assessment, have some minor changes made to it, and stay in our collection.
Defenders are usually very popular here so we are excited to see this one be improved before eventually going to its new home.
Soon to be arriving at the Bridge Classic Cars workshop is our 2010 Land Rover Defender.
For now, the plan is for it to join our personal collection but, after its initial inspection and assessment with our team of classic car technicians, a definitive plan of action for the future will be created.