Welcome to Classic Heroes

Specialists in the sale, restoration, trackday or race preparation of those automotive performance icons of the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s that ushered in a new direction for motoring.

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Martini Racing and M Power Furniture

We are really pleased to introduce a great addition to our long standing bespoke Art Ball and Egg Chair range. The new Nakka table…

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The Workshop week 14/8/15

This E34 M5 Touring is a lovely example of a rare car – a 3.8, 5-speed M5. One we know very well, having sold to the current owner 14 years ago, and still as good as the day he picked it up.

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The Workshop week 7/8/15

When we received this blue R32, the instruction from the owner was simple: ‘Inspect, report & make sure I’m still driving it in 20 years’…

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Classic Heroes at the 360 motor racing club six-hour at Snetterton

Barney competed at Snetterton with his old friend Edward, in a Group-N e30 M3. A ‘Group N’ car…

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Workshop special - We’re building a 1974 Gruppe 2 BMW 3.0 CSL Race Car!

As some of our customers may already know, we’ve started to build something rather special. We’re aiming to create one of the most authentic replica group 2 CSL’s in the world. No small task, I’m sure you’ll agree!

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The Workshop week - 17/7/15

Here at Classic Heroes we’re suckers for a fast estate car. The combination of load-lugging ability plus a good turn of speed is an appealing and subtle combination, and as a result we’re big fans of this e46 Alpina B3 Biturbo.

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Latest Cars for Sale

E91 335D Touring M-Sport

The 335d Touring is a thrilling family car and offers the perfect drivers compromise. It is built to meet the demands of a busy lifestyle with a spacious boot for bags, buggies and dogs…

BMW E36/8 Z3 M Coupe Cosmos Black

Back in 1998 this was the car for those who found the M3 too soft, too understated, and the M roadster too fragile. In other words “the ultimate driving machine” was back and begging to be driven.

Guards Red 911 3.2 Carrera with only 56,000 Miles.

The 911 was already 21 years old in 1984 and believed by many to be out of date and old fashioned. The factory effort was focused on developing the 924, 944 and 928 but thanks to an army of devoted 911 customers, a vociferous dealer network and new board member Helmuth Bott, the legendary 911 model was saved from the scrapheap and the 3.2 Carrera was born.