austin devon

More Welding

Our 1951 Austin Devon has continued its start in fabrication with Chris. He has welded in the floor corners and seat base frame. He also

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Roof And Front End

Our 1951 Austin Devon has been with Christian in the fabrication bay for more work recently. He painted the roof, modified the roof and mounting

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Roof And Floor

Christian has been continuing his work on our 1951 Austin Devon. He has been making the roof guttering fit as well as repairing the right-hand

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Devon Repairs

Christian has been repairing the doors of our 1951 Austin Devon before he fitted up the doors, made the door gaps nice and fit up

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Engine Progress

The engine of our 1951 Austin Devon Pickup is making good progress and will hopefully soon be back ready to be refitted into the vehicle.

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Austin Devon Bonnet

Lydia has continued her work stripping down the bonnet of our 1951 Austin Devon Pickup. Despite her hard work, there are still some areas that

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Welding

Technician Chris has been busy with his work on our 1951 Austin Devon Pickup. He welded a repaired panel as well as fabricated the floor

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More Fabricating

As our 1951 Austin Devon Pickup has continued its stay in the Bridge Classic Cars fabrication bay, Chris has been fitting up the cab lower

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Devon Restoration

Fabricators Chris and Monty have been continuing their work on our 1951 Austin Devon Pickup. They have repaired the pillars as well as fabricated the

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Repairing A Pillar

Our 1951 Austin Devon Pickup has continued its stay in our fabrication bay with technician Chris. Chris has been repairing the A-pillar as well as

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Devon Progress

Several technicians have been working on our 1951 Austin Devon Pickup recently. The wing has been repaired along with the headlight bowl. Multiple components have

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Devon Work Continues

Classic car technicians Monty and Chris have continued their work on our 1951 Austin Devon Pickup. Chris has been repairing the wing and bumper. The

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More Welding

Our 1951 Austin Devon has continued its start in fabrication with Chris. He has welded in the floor corners and seat base frame. He also welded in the right-hand step before sorting out the door gaps and modifying the step to fit the door profile.

Roof And Front End

Our 1951 Austin Devon has been with Christian in the fabrication bay for more work recently. He painted the roof, modified the roof and mounting point, and fitted up and welded on the guttering, before welding the roof onto the truck.

Christian also fitted up the front end.

Roof And Floor

Christian has been continuing his work on our 1951 Austin Devon. He has been making the roof guttering fit as well as repairing the right-hand side of the floor.

He went on to repair the left-hand side of the floor too. The floors were then fitted up, along with the gearbox tunnel.

Devon Repairs

Christian has been repairing the doors of our 1951 Austin Devon before he fitted up the doors, made the door gaps nice and fit up the roof, before pulling the body square.

Austin Devon Gear Box

Mauro has been prepping the gearbox of our 1951 Austin Devon Pickup for dtm black paint.

Painting Devon Components

Various parts of our 1951 Austin Devon have been in the Bridge Classic Cars paint shop as he has been painting them in dtm satin.

Engine Progress

The engine of our 1951 Austin Devon Pickup is making good progress and will hopefully soon be back ready to be refitted into the vehicle.

Austin Devon Bonnet

Lydia has continued her work stripping down the bonnet of our 1951 Austin Devon Pickup. Despite her hard work, there are still some areas that she cannot reach. As a result, Chris is removing the struts so Lydia can get to the final areas of paint and start removing rust.

Once this was done, Lydia managed to remove the last of the green paint from the bonnet. It was very stubborn, and there was a lot of pitting and rust underneath this. The bonnet requires repairs to the metal work and further rust removal.

Welding

Technician Chris has been busy with his work on our 1951 Austin Devon Pickup.

He welded a repaired panel as well as fabricated the floor sections for this classic vehicle.

More Fabricating

As our 1951 Austin Devon Pickup has continued its stay in the Bridge Classic Cars fabrication bay, Chris has been fitting up the cab lower corner, fabricating and welding on the brace frame to the cab mount rails. He also removed and started repairing the floor.

Devon Restoration

Fabricators Chris and Monty have been continuing their work on our 1951 Austin Devon Pickup.

They have repaired the pillars as well as fabricated the left-hand step. Chris also went on to start making the cab corner.

Repairing A Pillar

Our 1951 Austin Devon Pickup has continued its stay in our fabrication bay with technician Chris.

Chris has been repairing the A-pillar as well as working on the nuts which are used for the suspension mount.

Our classic Devon will stay with Chris for a little while longer before moving on to the next phase of its restoration.

Devon Progress

Several technicians have been working on our 1951 Austin Devon Pickup recently.

The wing has been repaired along with the headlight bowl. Multiple components have also been sent off to be re-chromed, while others have been sent to the sandblasters.

The doors have also been repaired in the fabrication bay.

Devon Work Continues

Classic car technicians Monty and Chris have continued their work on our 1951 Austin Devon Pickup.

Chris has been repairing the wing and bumper.

The chassis of our Devon has also been prepped and painted in the Bridge Classic Cars paintshop while some of the bodywork has been painted with black dtm.

Terry has been building the suspension for our classic pick up too.

Terry stripping down front suspension

Terry is already getting his teeth stuck into things here at Bridge Classic Cars. He is busy stripping down the front suspension of our Austin Devon pickup.