Back in July we said our final goodbyes to a very good friend of Bridge Classic Cars, Hugh Mitchell. Hugh was a huge car lover and not only a good friend to Gordon but a great fan of the work we do here at the workshops.
Some of you may have met Hugh at one of our many car shows over the years.
Hugh left behind a small collection of cars, one of which has made it’s way to us at Bridge Classic Cars for a recommission and get it back on the road, our 2000 Mercedes CLK 320.
Work will start on the car very soon as we aim to get a fresh MOT on the car for the next person to enjoy for many years to come.
Our 1991 Nissan Figaro was back in the Bridge Classic Cars workshop for a service recently.
Classic car technician Jon removed the centre console to look into a potential issue with the gear lever but, as you can see from the video below, everything seems to be working as it should.
After reassembling everything, the Figaro was taken for a road test and performed exactly as expected.
Jon has replaced the nearside front wheel bearing on our 1969 Morris Minor convertible.
You might have seen from yesterday’s blog posts that we have bought a “run-around” car, a green 1998 Volvo V40. Well after getting a much-needed clean, our “run-around” car is going to have a service in our workshop to check over everything.
In our workshops currently we have our 1934 Riley Monaco. The key objective is to have the car services and mechanically check ready for a full summer of shows.
Whilst in, the bonnet is not fitting as it should so this requires some adjustment.
Wow, what a beauty! Our gorgeous deep blue Jaguar E-type is with Pete for a service. The tan leather interior compliments the striking blue interior so well. We’ll be sad to see this one leave us.