Our 1990 Range Rover CSK is in for storage at The Hangar with the intention of a possible full recommission.
It’s also going to get a thorough clean, which you can see is much needed from the photos. There’s also a video of Craig doing a walk-around, for your viewing pleasure.
Our striking 1971 Lotus Europa that arrived with us last week is having her first wash in well over ten years.
After spending her entire life as part of the Dew family in Suffolk, having been passed down through the generations, it was finally time for the Lotus to be welcomed into a new family; the Bridge Classic Cars family.
Like most barn find classics, we first needed to give her a well-deserved and thorough scrub.
We’re still toying with the idea of removing her Road Runner sticker from the side panel. It certainly brings some fun to the classic sports car, but it won’t be everyone’s cup of tea that’s for sure!
Next we plan to remove the gearbox, recommission the brakes and service the engine.
Hopefully she’ll be be back to her road-running self in no time!
Two of our classics have been treated to professional valets this week by our good friends at Viper Valeting in Ipswich.
Firstly was our beautiful 1971 Jaguar E-Type V12 that’s spent the long summer days on some great British road trips. Now squeaky clean and ready to be tucked up securely in our specialist storage facility over winter.
Also cleaned, was our 1949 MG YT ahead of her appearance at the Salon Privé Concours d’Elegance this week. She’s been nominated for an award so we’ve all got our fingers crossed for her!