Metal Trim

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By Rob Harvey

Marketing Manager - Bridge Classic Cars

Classic car technician Chris recently spent some time out of the fabrication bay and in the main workshop while he fitted the metal trim rail to our 1929 Rilley 9 Tourer.

As this classic hill climber is coming to the end of its time with us, it’s great to see it making good progress toward being returned to its owner very soon.

In addition to Chris’s work on our Riley Tourer, Brian has also completed quite a bit of work too. After finishing the hood and cover, he fitted everything back together. During the process of attaching the new roof, the metal trim bar was removed which is why Chris fitted his to the vehicle.

Brian went on to make the window in the back of the hood cover before cutting it out of plastic and fitting it. The rear squab was then re-installed before the rear base seat when in too.

Stud fasteners were fitted to the hood envelope cover to bring our Riley one step closer to going home.

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