blaze orange mgb

All Guns Blazing

We have a new arrival here at Bridge Classic Cars HQ. Our delightful 1972 ‘Blaze Orange’ MGB Roadster. First things first, we gave her a

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A New Carpet For Our 1978 MG B GT

The classic car technicians at Bridge Classic Cars can turn their hand to many jobs. One job that you might not expect them to excel at though is carpet fitting! However, that’s exactly what they have been doing with our 1978 MG B GT.

The exterior of this classic car is enough to catch many people’s eye but, for its owner, the interior needs to be equally as well finished too.

That’s why new carpet and interior trim have been fitted recently. Installing carpet in a classic car takes a steady hand, a keen eye, and a good amount of patience. Luckily the team in the workshop have a whole load of experience (and skill) in these areas and, as you can see from the photos below, the interior of this stunning car is coming together nicely as a result.

1978 MG B GT – More Progress!

Our 1978 MG B GT has taken another big leap forward on its restoration journey.

With the fitting of its propshaft and radiator, real progress has been made to get this classic car back on the road, where it rightfully belongs.

In addition to the propshaft and radiator, the MG B GT’s headlamps, front spoiler and bumper have also been fitted. This has made it even more recognisable as the truly stunning car that it is!

Roadster’s Rub Down

Our striking 1972 MGB Roadster had been treated to a full valet this week. All thanks to Colin at Viper Auto Valet.

Finished in the eye-catching ‘Blaze Orange’, a good clean is sure to make her shine even brighter! This lovely little sportscar is now at home in the Bridge Classic Cars workshop. That is, until we decide what to do with her next.

By all means, we’re open to suggestions….

All Guns Blazing

We have a new arrival here at Bridge Classic Cars HQ. Our delightful 1972 ‘Blaze Orange’ MGB Roadster.

First things first, we gave her a good check over to see what work (if any) needed doing. As it turns out, she’s a brilliant little runner as she is with very little engine work to be done.

Therefore, we plan to touch up the odd scuff and scratch here and there to make her shine bright once more!

The future looks bright for our blaze orange MGB. But who knows what’s in store for her…