Fond Farewell’s

By Craig Ranson
By Craig Ranson

Managing Director – Bridge Classic Cars

Today we bid adieu to some fantastic classics we’ve had the pleasure of working with over the last few weeks.

A regular visitor of ours is this exciting 1981 Triumph TR7 V8. We’ve always enjoy maintaining this stunner, this time though, she was in for a slightly different request…

We updated the steering to power steering, a service we pride ourselves on – converting classic cars into more usable, modern versions of themselves.

The TR7 is now ready and raring to go home and will now be a much easier drive with her new power steering system.

Another fond regular of ours is this iconic 1947 MG TC. We love having ‘proper’ classics here, and our MG TC is no exception.

The MG was in for a big job, a complete differential rebuild. Working with our MG specialist we were able to complete the rebuild, perform a successful test drive and send her on her merry way.

Our 1973 Triumph Stag left the workshop too this week. A new customer of ours was in for an accident repair after hitting a deer. We had to let out a little chuckle of the irony of a Stag hitting a dear, but we do hope the deer is alright!

Here’s the MG TC again, alongside two other classics that left our workshop this weekend.

Our 1966 Mercedes 250SE was reunited with her owner after having a full report to see what work could be carried out on her in the future.

Also saying her goodbyes is our 1975 MGB Roadster, who is a frequent visitor here at Bridge. We’ve been servicing this beauty for some time since her full restoration with us last year.

Bridge Classic Cars works on any classic car make or model. We love to invite new customers and their pride and joys into our workshop for anything from touch-ups to full restorations, diagnostics to repairs, and anything in between.

Get in touch today if there’s any advice you need on your precious classics – 01473 742038.

Farewell friends, and happy driving!

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