1996 rover 220 turbo

Tomcat Leaves Us

Our 1996 Rover 220 Turbo recently left the Bridge Classic Cars workshop and was transported to lucky winner, Craig Cookson. It was picked up from

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Looking Good

Classic car technician Mauro has been refurbishing components from the engine bay of our 1996 Rover 220 Turbo. Now that the car is going back

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The Rebuild Begins

Now that our 1996 Rover 220 Turbo has been painted, classic car technician Mauro has begun the process of putting it back together again. Before

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Paint Prep

Our 1996 Rover 220 Turbo has continued its time in the Bridge Classic Cars Paintshop as it is being prepped for a new coat of

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Tomcat Leaves Us

Our 1996 Rover 220 Turbo recently left the Bridge Classic Cars workshop and was transported to lucky winner, Craig Cookson.

It was picked up from our secure storage facility and delivered to Craig who was very happy with his new car.

It’s always a great feeling to see competition cars leave us and make their way to their new owners and this one was no exception.

Entry Is Now Open – Rover 220 Turbo

Your opportunity to win our 1996 Rover 220 Turbo ‘Tomcat’ has arrived as entry is now open for the latest competition from Bridge Classic Cars Competitions.

Our 220 has undergone a full respray in the Bridge Classic Cars paint shop and was also part of the 2022 Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony.

Tickets are available now so don’t miss your chance to own one of the fastest production cars ever made by Rover.

Looking Good

Classic car technician Mauro has been refurbishing components from the engine bay of our 1996 Rover 220 Turbo.

Now that the car is going back together after being repainted, jobs like this make all the difference to the overall look of the vehicle. Along with the engine bay components, the wheels of our 220 Turbo have also been refurbished and are looking very good too.

To finish off the paint job, the roof of our 1996 Rover 220 Turbo was painted.

The Rebuild Begins

Now that our 1996 Rover 220 Turbo has been painted, classic car technician Mauro has begun the process of putting it back together again.

Before painting, a lot of the components were removed to ensure the paint job was completed to the high standards that our technicians work to. Once everything is back on the car, it will be a great-looking vehicle and we are very much looking forward to seeing it continue to progress through the Bridge Classic Cars workshop.

Painting Our Rover 220

Once our 1996 Rover 220 Turbo was prepped for its primer, it was moved into the paint booth ready for its new coat of paint.

After having primer applied, our 220 was prepared for paint by classic car technician Al. Once Al had put its base colour on, lacquer was also applied.

Now that the new paint job has been completed, our 1996 Rover 220 Turbo is looking great and we are looking forward to seeing progress continue to be made over the next few weeks.

Paint Prep

Our 1996 Rover 220 Turbo has continued its time in the Bridge Classic Cars Paintshop as it is being prepped for a new coat of paint.

Classic car technician Mauro took the bonnet back to bare metal before preparing the body for primer.

Once everything was prepped, our Rover 220 Turbo had primer applied in preparation for its new paint to go on very soon. The bumpers also had primer applied.

Stripping For A Paint Job

Classic car technician Mauro has been stripping our 1996 Rover 220 Turbo ready for a new paint job.

After spending some time in the fabrication shop where its rust issues were sorted, it will now go on to be repainted before a further assessment will take place along with a service and potential cam belt change.

Until then though, it will continue to be prepped for a new paint job.

Just Arrived – 1996 Rover 220 Turbo

Another new arrival has made its way into the Bridge Classic Cars workshop. This time it is our 1996 Rover 220 Turbo.

It will now go through a thorough inspection and assessment with our team of classic car technicians before a plan of action is created.