Our 1981 Volkswagen Scirocco Storm is currently available to win in our latest Bridge Classic Cars Competitions. If you head over to the competitions website,
This Sunday, the Bridge Classic Cars team were at the Helmingham Hall Classic & Sports Car Festival 2022. The team had set up our stand
Adrian Fuller was the lucky winner of our 1981 Volkswagen Scirocco Storm in the live draw held on 27th October 2022 with ticket number 809.
We delivered the car to Adrian today and, as you can tell from the photo below, he looked very pleased to have won it.
We would like to congratulate Adrian once more and we wish him all the best with his new classic car.
Our 1981 Volkswagen Scirocco Storm is currently available to win in our latest Bridge Classic Cars Competitions. If you head over to the competitions website, you will see that there is a video, presented by Molly, and several photos showing this classic car in all its glory.
What you won’t see though, is the hard work and the creativity that goes into making the video and getting the best photos of the car.
The photos below will give you just a little insight into what happens behind the scenes of these classic car shoots.
The team always have fun (driving classic cars around an old air base is always exciting), and do their very best to show every aspect of the cars being offered in our competitions.
The final video and photos can be seen here.
Our very rare 1981 Volkswagen Scirocco Storm has been inspected and assessed by the workshop team here at Bridge Classic Cars. We have just received the good news that it is ready to go and it can now be won in our latest competition.
With so few of these cars still on the road, this is your chance to win a rare piece of motoring history.
You can find out all the information you need about the car and how to enter by heading to Bridge Classic Cars Competitions – good luck!
This Sunday, the Bridge Classic Cars team were at the Helmingham Hall Classic & Sports Car Festival 2022.
The team had set up our stand the day before and carefully positioned our collection of competition and restoration cars to show off to everyone walking past.
Our stand was instantly busy as the gates opened at 10 am on Sunday. Crowds and lines of people waiting to get their tickets for our competition cars or to talk to the team about a project they have. In front of us, the rows of concourse cars laid out an incredible sight.
From an original Lamborghini Countach Anniversary to an Mk2 Jaguar with a leopard print interior. Included in those rows of incredible machinery was a 1960 Jensen 541S – It was Peony Red, the car we had restored for its proud owner on display and mentioned as a finalist in the Best in Show later that day.
In the multiple fields and paddocks, all manner of cars were on show. From new supercars to rarely seen and incredible classics from every corner of the automotive world. There was also amazing food, dancing, bands and stands for everyone to look at.
Families lined the shaded driveway, nestled under a long row of oak trees as the sun grew higher throughout the day as the concourse cars would do their exhibition runs. Filling the Suffolk countryside with every type of engine noise imaginable.
At the Bridge Classic Cars stand, the line of people didn’t stop. We love seeing our friends, new and old, so it was always a pleasure for the team to have a chat and enjoy the atmosphere.
As the afternoon went on, it was time to do our annual live draw from the Heveningham Hall Classic & Sports Car Festival. This time, it was for our beautiful 1971 MG B Roadster.
Molly and Freddie went live on our Facebook page to find out who the lucky new owner of the classic sports car. With the tickets having sold out several days before and the entry list being live, it was time to fire up the Google Random Number Generator. As Molly and Freddie hit the button, the future of the MG B was decided. The winner was Richard Hancox with ticket number 1027.
To check out the full gallery from the 2022 Helimgham Hall Classic & Sports Car Festival 2022 have a look below:
Recently arrived at the Bridge Classic Cars HQ deep in the heart of the Suffolk countryside is this glorious 1981 Volkswagen Scirocco Storm.
The classic water-cooled VW has come in to be fully inspected and assessed by the team restoration teams who will compile their report on the classic coupe and report back.
Keep a look out on the Bridge Classic Cars news page for more updates on the 1981 Volkswagen Scirocco Storm very soon.