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.
Patrick Snijers one of the best Belgium
rally drivers winning the Manx Rally 1988
with the BMW M3.
BMW E30 M3. UK supplied, December 1989, 215 BHP, 4 owners, 92,000 Miles full service history including every single invoice since December 1991.
A great article from Classic and Vintage BMW about the The Mystery of the E12 530CS Coupé and the Birth of a Six.
A stunning and exceptionally rare UK supplied E34 Alpina B10 Bi-Turbo.
We have available this lovely black E30 M3 Sport Evolution.
We recently tweeted some pictures of our own M1 which is ready for some serious summer motoring. Not only are these cars rarely seen on the roads but it is also pretty rare to come across good footage on the web.
The E30 3 series now speaks for itself as a true motoring icon of the 70s. The shape is timeless and that great combination of boxes, the bonnet, the cabin and the boot make it a truly classic and very clever bit of design.
BMW Motorsport had to produce the ultimate GT car. New levels of performance, road holding and luxury had to be achieved by the team but most importantly it had to offer something different to the V10 M5 already in production and not just the removal of two doors. They cracked it!
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.