Exciting new way of getting a classic car

What is a classic car competition?
Bridge Classic Cars say "our raffle-style competitions were set up to give you the chance to win your dream classic car for just a few pounds. Simply pick which competition you would like to enter, answer the skill based question and secure your tickets. Your ticket number(s) will then be emailed to you. The winning ticket will be selected at random using Google Random Number Generator and you will be able to watch every draw live on Bridge Classic Cars' Facebook page and website. They will email the draw results to everyone who enters. Then wait to watch the live draw to find out if you’ve won!". The more tickets you have, the better your odds are of winning!

How do these competitions work?

Bridge Classic Cars say they have made it easier than ever to win your dream classic car. With every "raffle-style" competition they run, one lucky winner will take ownership of one of their beautiful classics! They add "every classic in our competitions will be personally delivered to your door, anywhere in the UK mainland in our own Bridge Classic Cars covered transport". More

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Congratulations to Steven Biggs
Steven was the winner of the good looking 1975 MGBGTV8 offered through an exciting "raffle style" competition run by Briggs Classic Cars in Suffolk.

He won with Ticket No: 1378 in the Live Draw for this competition held on 19th January 2023. Limited to 4,666 maximum tickets. More

Steven has promptly registered the MGBGTV8 with the V8 Database. We hope he will soon join the MG Car Club too.
Bracken 2122
Autumn leaf trim
Dunlop composite wheels
Extensive service and maintenance history
92,000 miles
Full Bridge Classic Cars workshop inspection


Bridge Classic Cars are award winning Classic Car Restoration and Maintenance specialists. More

If you have taken part in one of these competitions by buying a ticket or tickets, do let the V8 Webmaster have your views on the competition and how it is managed - and did you win one of cars offered in the "raffle-style" competition?
V8 Webmaster