2020 ak 427

Enter To Win Our Cobra

Our 2020 Cobra by AK Sportscars is now live on the Bridge Classic Cars Competitions website. The car comes complete with an extensive history file

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Almost Ready

Classic car technician Jonn has been continuing his work to get our 2020 AK 427 ready to go live on Bridge Classic Cars Competitions very

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What An Arrival!

As most of you know by now, there are always interesting and exciting vehicles coming into the Bridge Classic Cars workshop. However, from time to

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Enter To Win Our Cobra

Our 2020 Cobra by AK Sportscars is now live on the Bridge Classic Cars Competitions website.

The car comes complete with an extensive history file of invoices for parts to complete the project as well as original correspondence with AK Sportscars including its original build/commissioning sheet. Also in the history file are original build manuals, wiring manuals and other reference materials.

  • Chassis, body and engine built in 2017
  • Finished in Candy Apple Red with a tan interior
  • First registered in 2020 with just one previous owner
  • Recently rebuilt 5.7-litre Chevrolet V8 with Tremec 5-speed gearbox
  • Limited to 3999 tickets
  • Bridge Classic Cars Pre-Delivery Inspection

You can find out more information and enter the draw here.

Almost Ready

Classic car technician Jonn has been continuing his work to get our 2020 AK 427 ready to go live on Bridge Classic Cars Competitions very soon.

Jonn fitted a new sump gasket and torqued the sump to 12nm. He then checked the vacuum pressure cooling system, with it steadily holding pressure, indicating no loss of vacuum and, therefore, no leaks.

The white screw on the number plate was swapped for a black one before the car was run up to temperature where all the gauges were reading fine and within specifications.

Our AK 427 is now almost ready to be won by its lucky new owner.

Getting Ready For Competition

Our 2020 AK 427 has been in the care of classic car technician Jonn as he has begun his work to get it ready to be won through Bridge Classic Cars Competitions.

During Jonn’s initial inspection, he noticed that the sump gasket was split and weeping. This was due to it being overtightened, so this was something Jonn resolved. The top hose was modified before a new J hose was modified and installed.

Another issue to be resolved is the alternator support bracket rubbing the water pump pulley. Chris from the paintshop also came through to the main workshop to check the paint colour ready for some paint repairs to be made.

Another Inspection Begins

Classic car technician Jonn has been inspecting and assessing our new arrival, our 2020 AK 427. As this will eventually be won through Bridge Classic Cars Competitions, he wanted to make sure it was on its way to being ready for its future new owner.

While inspecting the eye-catching car, Jonn tested the battery and found it to be working as it should. Monty stepped in to help Jonn out by making a new lower radiator hose which Jonn then fitted and secured in place.

The inspection of our 2020 AK 427 will continue with any other issues being rectified before it is won very soon.

Looking Back On The Build Of Our AK 427

Our 2020 AK 427 has been in the Bridge Classic Cars workshop for just a few days and it is already getting lots of attention.

Before it goes live on Bridge Classic Cars Competitions ready to be won, we have been looking back at some photos that its previous owner has provided us with of it in various stages of its build.

What An Arrival!

As most of you know by now, there are always interesting and exciting vehicles coming into the Bridge Classic Cars workshop. However, from time to time, something extra special and attention-grabbing comes through the door.

Today is one of those times, as we welcome our 2020 AK 427 in the style of an AC Cobra.

What makes this even more exciting is the fact that you will have the chance to win this impressive vehicle for yourself through Bridge Classic Cars Competitions very soon.

More details to follow, so keep your eyes open for this one…