1975 AC Cobra Replica

Cobra Chassis

The front suspension of our 1975 AC Cobra Replica is now complete with new coilovers and an anti-roll bar fitted. The differential has been rebuilt

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Cobra Chassis

Classic car technician Julian has been building the chassis of our 1975 AC Cobra Replica. The front suspension has been painted and serviced and just

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Cobra Chassis

The front suspension of our 1975 AC Cobra Replica is now complete with new coilovers and an anti-roll bar fitted. The differential has been rebuilt and the rear suspension and brakes are also complete with new brake discs and pipes. The fuel tank has been cleaned and fitted with new fuel lines and hose clips.

Mauro also painted various components of our Cobra Replica in dtm satin black as well as painting the gearbox, brake and clutch pedals, and the radiator cross member in silver.

Cobra Chassis

Classic car technician Julian has been building the chassis of our 1975 AC Cobra Replica. The front suspension has been painted and serviced and just the front coilovers and anti-roll bar are left to fit.

The differential is in place and the lower brackets have been fitted.

Mauro has also applied Raptor to the wheel arches.

A Cobra In The Paintshop

Our 1975 AC Cobra Replica has been in the Bridge Classic Cars paint shop recently.

Chris has painted the engine bay while Mauro completed filler work on the bonnet and doors.

Meanwhile, technician Jonn got the chassis out of storage and placed it on stands ready for first assembly to begin very soon. He also cleaned and prepared various parts for refitting. He fitted the spindles to the front hubs and greased the poly bushes in the top arms.

Lots Of Cobra Progress

Our 1975 AC Cobra Replica has been undergoing quite a lot of week recently.

It has had primer and raptor applied to the engine bay as well as the inner wheel arches being prepped for raptor.

The chassis has been collected from powder coating and is now back in the workshop. The rear coilovers have been assembled and the engine bay is now ready for paint.