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Ready To Be Won

Our 2005 Chrysler Crossfire is ready for someone to win in the latest draw over at Bridge Classic Cars Competitions. Before a new owner is

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Ready To Be Won

Our 2005 Chrysler Crossfire is ready for someone to win in the latest draw over at Bridge Classic Cars Competitions.

Before a new owner is found, there were some small areas of the car that our team of classic car technicians wanted to work on.

After Brian replaced the headliner in our Crossfire, classic car technician Alan repaired and painted the spoiler and this is now working exactly as it should and looking good doing it too.

While Alan was working on our 2005 Chrysler Crossfire, he noticed that there was some flakey paint on the windscreen frame. This was primed, painted, and fully resolved.

Our 2005 Chrysler Crossfire is now ready for a new owner to be found so make sure you get your tickets now to be in with a chance of winning it.

Win Our 2005 Chrysler Crossfire – Entry Is Now Open!

Entry is now open for our 2005 Chrysler Crossfire. This is a particularly special competition for two reasons. The first is that this car was previously owned by a prop supplier for Dr Who. There are definitely little hints of the Time Lord in this car including the custom Dr Who registration.

The second reason why this is a special competition is because it has our best-ever odds. There are only 650 tickets available for this draw so your odds of winning are massively increased.

Our 2005 Chrysler Crossfire is live on the Bridge Classic Cars Competitions website now. You can enter this special draw for £20.

New Headliner – 2005 Chrysler Crossfire

Our 2005 Chrysler Crossfire has recently undergone some work on its interior. Classic car technician Brian removed and replaced the existing headliner with a new one.

This task started with Brian removing the sun visors, interior light, and alarm sensors. Once these had all been removed, he was able to move on to removing the A post panels and unclipping the rear section of the headliner board. Once it was unclipped, Brian was able to release the board and remove it from the car.

Once the board was out of the car, Brian scraped the old glue and foam from it. The old headliner material was used as a template to cut the correct shape from the material being used for the new headliner.

Once Brian had cut the new headliner material, he glued it to the headliner board. This involved pushing the material into the shapes of the board and trimming the edges off.

Once the new headliner had been made, it was fitted into the car. This involved first clipping the C posts back in before moving on to re-fit the interior lights. The sun visors went back in next, followed by the A post panels.

Now that the new headliner was fully installed, the interior of our 2005 Chrysler Crossfire looks much more appealing and will soon be ready to get back out onto the road.