You can now win our 2001 Ford Cougar.
Entry is open and for just a few pounds, you could be the new owner of this retro daily driver.
All the information you need is available on the Bridge Classic Cars Competitions website.
Workshop manager John has been working on our 2001 Ford Cougar.
He has been looking into why the seat release was failing as well as fixing the rear wiper.
Our Cougar continues to make good progress through the Bridge Classic Cars workshop and we are looking forward to seeing it leave us soon.
Our 2001 Ford Cougar has spent a bit of time in the Bridge Classic Cars paintshop with technician Chris.
Chris has been completing some paint repairs on the front wing of the car and, as you can see from the images below, this has made an already cool car look even better.
It looks like our Cougar will go into our Director Gordan’s personal collection for now and it is great to see it go to a good home.
Since being in the Bridge Classic Cars workshop, our 2001 Ford Cougar has gone for an MOT today. Looking back on its history, it looks like it should have no issues passing as it seems to have been well cared for.
While with us, along with the work classic car technician Steve did on its brakes, it has also had its wheels refurbished and some work completed on its electrics.
It won’t be much longer until our Cougar drives out of the workshop and heads back out on the road.
Classic car technician Steve has been looking at the corroded brake discs on our Ford Cougar. After removing the corroded discs, new pads and discs were fitted to both the front and rear of the car.
We recently welcomed a Ford Cougar to the Bridge Classic Cars workshop.
These cars aren’t seen too frequently so we are very excited to have it with us. For now, it will be part of our personal collection but we are excited to see what the future holds for our Cougar.