It’s the finer details that make the ‘perfect’ restoration and perfection is all we accept at Bridge Classic Cars.

We understand how important your classics are to you which is why we invest in the very best experienced technicians who specialise in Classic Car restorations.

Whether your prized possession is in need of a total rebuild or just a few small modifications, we offer a service to suit your needs.

From the chassis up, we can totally rebuild your classic vehicle, restore to perfection any original parts that can be reclaimed and reproduce original specifications to the finest detail.

Our incredible team of technicians carry out all of the restoration works in-house using our state-of-the-art facilities with only a very small handful of services we call upon external specialist skills for. 

We specialise in:

  • Body work; specialising in both fibreglass and traditional metalwork
  • MIG/TIG Welding
  • Aluminium Shaping & Finishing
  • Preparation and paint work
  • Chrome work and metal polishing
  • Engine tuning, rebuilds and restorations
  • Auto electrical services including re-wiring and fault finding.
  • Interior trim work and roof work
  • Vehicle modifications and upgrades

We are not just here to do a job, we are here because every single one of us at Bridge Classic Cars have a passion for classic motoring.

With well over 100 years of experience in owning and restoring award winning classic vehicles who better to trust than Bridge Classic Cars.


Odd Jobs

Classic car technician Steve has been completing various tasks on our Ford Transit MKII Tipper. The hand brake pivot bolt and rear brake load valve adjuster were both seized and had to be cut off and removed using oxygen and

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More Zinc Plating

Steve has continued his zinc plating lately. He has been focussing on the front and rear suspension nuts, bolts, and washers. As well as the zinc plating, Steve has also fitted the front springs as well as the front and

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Polyester Priming

Our 1976 Triumph Spitfire has been in the Bridge Classic Cars paint shop with technician Alan. Alan has been applying polyester primer to the doors, boot lid, and bonnet. The first stage of this was to reapply epoxy primer to

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