Getting Things Started

An old friend returned to the Bridge Classic Cars workshop this week in the form of our 1933 Austin Seven.

It came back to us so we could investigate a non-starting issue. After Tony collected the vehicle and brought it to the workshop, technician Neil cleaned the plugs as well as adjusted and cleaned the points.

Tony then loaded the car back into the trailer and returned it to its owner.

A Win And A Delivery In No Time

On Tuesday (6th February), Keith Stoddart was the lucky winner of our 1989 Ford Fiesta XR2 when his ticket number, 4198 was randomly selected by Google’s random number generator.

Keith lives up in Scotland, almost 400 miles away from the Brideg Classic Cars workshop here in Suffolk.

However, we have a wealth of experience transporting vehicles so, just over 24 hours later, Tony was pulling up at Keith’s house and handing him the keys to his new car.

Tony said it was a beautiful drive across the Pennines and was welcomed to Scotland with snow! On his way, he even managed to stop in an appropriately named shop to look for a memento or two.

It was quite late in the day when Tony finally arrived at the car’s new home but, as lucky winner Keith said, “It was well worth the wait”