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Top And Tail

Our new 1994 Land Rover Range Rover TDI is getting some top to bottom TLC, starting with the top! The ceiling cloth was in need

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Friday Snapshot

Ford Escort RS Turbo Photoshoot On Monday shot the 1988 Ford Escort RS Turbo with our friend and talented model, Carnell Cook at Bentwaters. We

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Tweaks And Tidy Ups

Our new 1994 Land rover – Range Rover TDI has just joined the family but needs some TLC before its ready to go. These refurbishments

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Range Rover Is Looking Shiny And New

Our lovely 1994 Range Rover TDI is almost finished with its new paint spray.

Its recently been masked up and prepped for paint with a base coat and a clear coat applied. Tomorrow it will receive some final shoots in time for its photoshoot!

Range Rover’s Tidy-Up

The 1994 Range Rover TDI has had a small trim shop tweak. The rear carpet has been replaced to fix the damaged vinyl.

The Range Rover is now sat in the paint shop where its had its base layer completed and is now being polished, desmasked and prepped for its next layer of paint.

Bumps And Knocks Corrected

Our 1994 Range Rover TDI has had all its dents repaired, corrosion sanded out and treated. Its also been masked up and sprayed with filler primer over the weekend. It now has satin black door frames and bumpers as well. We’re looking forward to seeing its new form once painted!

The next stage was to sand the roof and doors before spraying a blue base over the body and then coat it in a clear lacquer.

Top And Tail

Our new 1994 Land Rover Range Rover TDI is getting some top to bottom TLC, starting with the top! The ceiling cloth was in need of some refurbishment, so Kath, one of our Trim specialists took it apart and re-glued that fabric.

Although the ceiling cloth didn’t need a total replacement, some of the fabric had come loose which meant that Kath had to peel back the fabric, pull it tight and then re-glue it.

After making sure all the fabric had been glued back down, Kath turned the ceiling fitting around and pulled the fabric over the edges to make sure it all stuck. The end result was a smart refurbished ceiling cloth. Good as new!

Friday Snapshot

Ford Escort RS Turbo Photoshoot

On Monday shot the 1988 Ford Escort RS Turbo with our friend and talented model, Carnell Cook at Bentwaters. We were incredibly lucky with the weather as it managed to stay dry and clear throughout the afternoon and with the addition of some artistic smoke grenades, our marketing team shot some stunning visuals. You’ll begin to see the photos and videos appear throughout our social media pages.

New Mustang In The Stable

This beautiful 5 litre 2015 Mustang GT is the newest addition to our Hanger storage collection. We’re looking after this customers car for the winter so it’ll be tucked away as part of our storage services. It really is a stunning modern car.

New Arrivals

This week we’ve welcomed a selection of new vehicles into the Bridge Classic Car family including the 1974 Lime Green VW Beetle, the 1994 Land Rover Range Rover TDI, our new Mercedes transportation lorry and an original Chevron B-20. The Range Rover and Beetle are set to be competition cars however we are yet to decide the fate of our exciting and rare Chevron.

Competition Winner Delivery

This week we also delivered the Triumph TR4 to the lucky winner Adrian Harcus and wife, Aileen, in Aberdeen. We’re excited to see what plans they have for their new TR4!

Chrome parts and guest cars

Our friend and trust chrome specialist visited Bridge Classics HQ today to drop off some beautifully crafted chrome pieces for our recent blue Jaguar E-Type series 3. Tony Wyatt from his self titled polishing company works on providing us with the best and shiniest chrome parts for our restorations. Today when we arrived, we came in his stunning 3 litre Rover which itself has his handiwork on the front.

Tweaks And Tidy Ups

Our new 1994 Land rover – Range Rover TDI has just joined the family but needs some TLC before its ready to go.

These refurbishments include carpeting the floor, replacing the ceiling cloth, refurbishing the back quarter panels, re-painting the body work and servicing it.

So far, our technician Tom has replaced the carpets and ceiling cloth.

The back quarter panels have been removed and placed in the trim shop to be refurbished once we decide on a paint colour for the rest of the body.