Vehicle Transportation

Collecting Our MGB

Our 1972 MGB Roadster was recently collected and transported by Tony to the Bridge Classic Cars workshop. Now that it is here, the team will

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PDI And Transport

Our 2006 Morgan 4/4 has undergone a pre-delivery inspection with Jonn before being loaded into the trailer by Tony to deliver it to lucky winner

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Our Riley Returns

Tony recently collected our 1905 Riley 9HP and transported it back to the Bridge Classic Cars workshop. Now that it is back with us, we

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Bentley Transport

Our 1963 Bentley S3 has been safely loaded into our transport trailer ready to move on to the next phase of its restoration.

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A Zephyr Delivered

Tony recently delivered our 1964 Ford Zephyr to the lucky winner. Everyone here at Bridge Classic Cars hopes he enjoys owning his very own classic

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Transporting Our Spitfire

Our 1979 Triumph Spitfire was recently transported ready to be filmed in preparation for it to be available to win through Bridge Classic Cars Competitions.

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A New Battery

After replacing the battery on our 1969 Jaguar E-Type, it was safely delivered back home to its owner in Norfolk.

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Our Morgan Delivered

Our 1972 Morgan 4/4 was safely delivered to its lucky new owner, James, who won it through Bridge Classic Cars Competitions. After being strapped into

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Vehicle Transport

We have been busy collecting and transporting vehicles in our covered trailer this week. Tony collected an MGB from Colchester and delivered it to our

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Daimler Repairs

Technician James has been working on our 1964 Daimler 250 V8. The steering pump has been overhauled and has been refitted to the car along

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A Familiar Face Returns

Former competition car, our 1975 MGB GT V8 has returned to Bridge Classic Cars. However, rather than returning to the workshop, it has actually gone

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Welcome Back

We have recently welcomed our stunning 1955 MG TF 1500 back into the Bridge Classic Cars workshop. Tony collected the car from its owner and

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Looking Back

It wasn’t too long ago that we went to collect our 1963 Bentley S3 and bring it back to the workshop. Before even more progress

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Special Delivery – Transporting our 1977 Triumph TR7 to it’s new owner

After being won last week through Bridge Classic Cars Competitions, our 1977 Triumph TR7 was loaded into our enclosed trailer for its journey as far north as we could go.

Tony, our amazing transport driver, was tasked with safely delivering the classic sports car to its lucky new owner Andy. Not only was a trip all the way up England, but all the way through Scotland where Tony met up with Andy in the town of Thurso where Andy picked up the car before taking it home.

We want to wish Andy many happy miles with his new TR7 and a big thanks to our driver Tony for getting Andy’s pride and joy there safe and sound.

Collecting Our MGB

Our 1972 MGB Roadster was recently collected and transported by Tony to the Bridge Classic Cars workshop.

Now that it is here, the team will thoroughly inspect and assess this beautiful classic.

PDI And Transport

Our 2006 Morgan 4/4 has undergone a pre-delivery inspection with Jonn before being loaded into the trailer by Tony to deliver it to lucky winner Emma.

Spitfire Transport

Our 1968 Triumph Spitfire has been loaded into our trailer and is on its way home.

Transport

Tony has recently transported our 1956 Bristol 405 to its owner.

Our Riley Returns

Tony recently collected our 1905 Riley 9HP and transported it back to the Bridge Classic Cars workshop.

Now that it is back with us, we can continue getting it ready for its first drive!

Transporting Our Porsche

Our 1989 Porsche 928 S has been collected by Tony and transported back to the Bridge Classic Cars workshop.

912 Transport

Our 1965 Porsche 912 has been transported and delivered back home.

Collecting A Spitfire

Tony recently made the drive to Clacton to pick up a 1974 Triumph Spitfire. After loading it into the trailer, he delivered it safely to the Bridge Classic Cars workshop.

Now that it is here, work can begin on bringing this classic Spitfire back to life.

Bentley Transport

Our 1963 Bentley S3 has been safely loaded into our transport trailer ready to move on to the next phase of its restoration.

Delivered To Auction

Tony recently delivered our 1968 Lotus Elan S4 to Manor Park Auctions ready to go up for sale at the weekend.

A Zephyr Delivered

Tony recently delivered our 1964 Ford Zephyr to the lucky winner.

Everyone here at Bridge Classic Cars hopes he enjoys owning his very own classic Ford.

Collecting A Classic MG

Tony has recently collected our 1960 MG A and brought it back to the Bridge Classic Cars workshop.

Ready For Delivery

Our 2007 Land Rover Defender 110 is loaded in our trailer and is on its way to the lucky new owner.

Another Successful Delivery

Our 1976 Leyland Mini Clubman was recently delivered to its lucky new owner.

We hope he enjoys owning this beautiful classic Mini.

230SL Transport And Storage

Tony recently collected our 1964 Mercedes 230SL from its owner and took it to our secure storage facility.

Amphicar Transport

Tony has recently transported our 1964 Amphicar 770 from our secure storage facility back to the workshop.

A New Battery

After replacing the battery on our 1969 Jaguar E-Type, it was safely delivered back home to its owner in Norfolk.

A busy week of deliveries

Tony’s had a busy week on the road this week. As I sit here writing this he is currently heading up the A65 on his way to the north of Scotland for the weekend to collect 5 (potentially 6) classic motorcycles.

But earlier in the week he delivered the incredible 1992 Rover Mini Italian Job to one very happy Brian. Brian has been waiting patiently for the winning car as we discovered a slight vibration during the Pre Delivery Inspection and we did not want him to have the car until we had resolved the issue.

James accepted delivery of his 1982 Bedford HA van. Although James resides some distance from us here in Suffolk he has a vehicle storage facility close to our door so the journey we were expecting to have ended up a few hundred miles shorter. James is an avid collector of classic cars and we are lead to believe this win is the 16th classic he has in his collection. Enjoy the car James.

But the Alfa Romeo, recently won by double winner Lee is staying with us in our Hangar for a little while as Lee prepares his home for the new arrival. Lee would rather not see his Alfa sitting on the driveway whilst his building works continues so has instantly opted to have the vehicle dry stored with us and we expect to rearrange the delivery for early May.

Our Morgan Delivered

Our 1972 Morgan 4/4 was safely delivered to its lucky new owner, James, who won it through Bridge Classic Cars Competitions.

After being strapped into our covered trailer, it made the three-and-a-half-hour trip to Warwick. Our driver Tony enjoyed the scenery en route and was very pleased to see how excited James was to receive his new car.

Getting Things Started

An old friend returned to the Bridge Classic Cars workshop this week in the form of our 1933 Austin Seven.

It came back to us so we could investigate a non-starting issue. After Tony collected the vehicle and brought it to the workshop, technician Neil cleaned the plugs as well as adjusted and cleaned the points.

Tony then loaded the car back into the trailer and returned it to its owner.

Safely Transported Home

Our 1961 Jensen 541S has been safely transported home to its owner.

Tony was responsible for its care and, as you can see from the photos below, this beautiful classic is now back with its fellow garage mates.

Daimler Repairs

Technician James has been working on our 1964 Daimler 250 V8. The steering pump has been overhauled and has been refitted to the car along with the drive belt and reservoir.

The system has been topped up, the underside areas cleaned and the car road tested. Then we checked under the car again, the steering pump and components are clean and dry now. The fluid levels were rechecked and found to be ok.

James checked the brakes while the car was on the ramp, and all was ok, although the car still had a leak from the older style “rope type” rear main. This would need the engine removing and upgrading to a modern equivalent involving modification to the engine block. Also, a small amount of coolant staining was found on the engines, but no obvious leaks when pressure testing.

Once James was finished with our Daimler, Tony loaded it into the trailer and transported it to our storage facility.

A Familiar Face Returns

Former competition car, our 1975 MGB GT V8 has returned to Bridge Classic Cars.

However, rather than returning to the workshop, it has actually gone into our brand-new secure storage facility.

Tony collected the car and it is now safe and secure surrounded by other stunning classics.

Welcome Back

We have recently welcomed our stunning 1955 MG TF 1500 back into the Bridge Classic Cars workshop.

Tony collected the car from its owner and delivered it safely to the workshop. Now that it is here, it will be looked after by our experienced team of technicians.

Looking Back

It wasn’t too long ago that we went to collect our 1963 Bentley S3 and bring it back to the workshop.

Before even more progress is made on its restoration, it seems like a good time to take a quick look back at when we collected it and loaded it up onto our trailer.

Anyone for a sporty hatchback…

Tony wore his transport hat this morning as he carried the stunning Clio 2.0 16v Sport from one side of Suffolk to another. Normally our trailer is seen heading up and down the motorways travelling the length and breadth of the country so a local trip today made a nice change.

Our Lotus Europa – Delivered

Earlier this week, we delivered our 1970 Lotus Europa to lucky winner Timothy Chapman.

Timothy was randomly selected as the winner during the live draw with his ticket number 784.

Everyone here at Bridge Classic Cars loved this car and we are very happy to see it at home with its new owner. We all hope that Timothy enjoys it for many years to come.