Classic car technician has been hard at work completing some of the finishing touches on our 1974 Volkswagen Beetle.
Tom replaced the rocker cover gaskets as well as the driver’s side front arm ball joint cover.
Our classic Beetle is now very close to leaving us and going home to its owner.
Classic car technician Chris has been applying final primer to the rest of our 1974 Volkswagen Beetle.
Our classic Beetle is making good progress through its restoration journey and it hopefully won’t be too much longer before, Delilah, as it is affectionately known, is returned to its owner.
Our 1974 Volkswagen Beetle has continued its stay in the Bridge Classic Cars paintshop. All of its body panels have now been into final primer and the rest of the car has had its guide coat applied ready to be rubbed down in preparation for final primer to be applied to this too.
This charming Beetle came into us due to a breakdown caused by a condenser wire rubbing against the body and causing issues with the distributor. Ady is attending to the engine problem whilst Mauro carries out a service.
This poor little 1972 Volkswagen Beetle named Basil broke down last week and was brought to our hanger on RAF Bentwaters to be stored until it comes into the workshop to be fixed.
We have now transported the car over to our workshops for work to commence.
Our lovely 1974 Beetle has come in for some TLC. We’ve fitted new wheel cylinders and bled the brakes as well as stripping the brakes and replacing the parts so that it now stops more efficiently. Paul has also replaced the hydraulic wheel cylinders on all four wheels and fitted a carburettor inlet manifold rubber seal.
Our VW beetle has come into Bridge Classic cars for engine restoration works. Ady, our engine specialist, is now diagnosing any issues the engine may have and we’re sure he’ll be able to get this cute little Beetle back to it’s owner soon.