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Most Iconic Luxury & Classic Cars to Repair & Restore

As both you and we know, restoring and repairing classic, old cars and modern luxury cars is more than a hobby; it's a passion that truly does combine craftsmanship, history, and a deep appreciation for the car itself.

So, whether you are a seasoned driver, a passionate owner of some of the best cars available, or looking to buy a high-end used car from either one of those rare barn finds or an auction win and want to bring these iconic cars - and some of the best classic cars back to life - be it a paint touch up, to a complete on body repair or restoration really does offer you a rewarding experience when you next take it out on the open road as your daily-driver, or to your next car show.

As a result, we have put together this guide together to some of the most luxurious and best-selling cars - with some of the most iconic body styles - including some we deem as being in the top 10 that we have worked on over the years, along with the benefits of keeping them and others like them in top condition for you.

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Porsche 911 (1964-1989)

The Porsche 911, with its first-generation that was launched in 1964, was a symbol of pure luxury and performance at the time.

Known for its iconic shape and powerful engine, the 911 quickly became a favourite among car enthusiasts at the time and classic car enthusiasts today alike. Over this classic vehicle's first 25 years, the 911 saw numerous improvements, from increased engine power to enhanced aerodynamics from its second generation and upwards, making it a beloved classic car even to this day.

Red Porsche 911

Fun Things To Know About the 911

☑ The Porsche 911 is considered one of the most successful sports cars in history, with over 1 million units produced by 2017.

☑ Early Porsche 911 models from 1964 to 1973 are highly sought after today, with prices ranging from £70,000 to over £200,000 for well-maintained models.

☑ Restored Porsche 911s can increase in value by 30% - 50% if the restoration is done to a high standard.

☑ Classic car insurance for a Porsche 911 typically costs between £300 to £1,000 per year, depending on the model and coverage.


The 911's design is really timeless due to it being characterised by its sleek, rounded body and rear-engine layout especially.

While early models featured a 2.0-litre flat-six engine, which grew in size and power over the years, the car's design remained relatively consistent. It maintained its distinctive look while incorporating modern advancements, such as Turbochargers, Seven-Speed Manual and Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) dual-clutch automatic gearboxes, and Porsche Active Suspension Management, to name a few extra features added over the years.

Restoration Challenges

When restoring a classic Porsche 911 can be a rewarding yet very challenging task, especially if the restorer has experience working with this car and knows how to deal with issues that arise.

For instance, common issues can include rust - especially in older models - and just finding authentic spare parts. As a Porche recommended repairer, we have contacts that can help us get these mechanical parts easier than most.

Furthermore, the intricate mechanics of the engine and electrical systems also require expert knowledge and precision about how these work, along with maintaining the original aesthetics - while also upgrading components to improve the safety and performance of the car - is a very delicate balance.

Keeping Market Value

To keep a restored Porsche 911's market value high, it's crucial to focus on authenticity and quality, and that is what we pride ourselves on as standard.

Using original body parts and materials, maintaining the car's original colour scheme, and documenting the restoration process can significantly boost the car's value as a result.

Regular maintenance and expert care are also essential to preserve its condition and desirability.

Benefits Of Repairing and Restoring This Car

Restoring a Porsche 911 not only brings a true piece of automotive history back to life but also offers you numerous benefits, such as enjoying the thrill of driving a classic sports car with modern reliability in new replacement parts.

However, a well-restored 911 often appreciates in value, making it a sound investment for years to come, along with the pride of owning one.

Ferrari 250 GTO (1962-1964)

The Ferrari 250 GTO, which was produced between 1962 and 1964, is one of the most celebrated cars in automotive history.

As only 36 of these masterpieces were made, making it exceptionally rare, it was designed to compete in GT racing. It quickly became a legend on both the track and the road. The 250 GTO's victories in prestigious races like the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Targa Florio also really did cement its reputation.

Ferrari 250 GTO (1962-1964)

Fun Things to Know About the Ferrari 250 GTO

☑ The Ferrari 250 GTO is one of the most coveted and valuable cars in history, with only 36 units produced between 1962 and 1964.

☑ Early Ferrari 250 GTO models are scarce and highly sought after, with prices ranging from £30 million to over £48 million for well-preserved examples.

☑ Restored Ferrari 250 GTOs can increase in value significantly over time, often by millions of pounds, if the restoration is done to a high standard.

Investment Potential

Owning a Ferrari 250 GTO is not just about the joy of driving a classic; it's also a brilliant investment, as these cars have seen a significant increase in value over the years due to the low number that was produced.

In fact, a Ferrari 250 GTO holds the record for the most expensive car ever sold at auction, fetching over $48 million in 2018.

Aston Martin DB5 (1963-1965)

The Aston Martin DB5, which was produced from 1963 to 1965, is one of the most iconic cars in automotive history beyond no doubt, as it was designed by the Italian coachbuilder Carrozzeria Touring. As a result, the DB5 gives you a great showcase of British design and performance.

Only 1,059 cars were ever built, making it one of the rarest and most valuable collector's items.

Aston Martin DB5

Fun Things To Know About the Aston Martin DB5

☑ The Aston Martin DB5, produced between 1963 and 1965, is one of the most iconic and valuable classic cars ever, with only 1,059 units ever made.

☑ Early Aston Martin DB5 models are highly prized, with well-preserved examples fetching over £1 million at auctions today.

☑ Restored Aston Martin DB5s can see a significant increase in value over the years, often reaching high six to seven figures if the restoration is done perfectly.

Cultural Impact

The DB5 gained legendary status through its association with James Bond and Roger Moore. First appearing in "Goldfinger" in 1964, it has since been featured in multiple Bond films, becoming synonymous with the sophisticated British spy.

As a result, this cinematic connection has cemented the DB5's place in popular culture as one of the most famous cars in the world, and its price tag reflects that today.

Technical Specs

☑ 5-speed manual or 3-speed automatic gearbox

☑ Steel chassis with aluminium body panels

☑ Disc brakes all around

☑ Independent front, live axle rear suspensions

☑ 15 MPG fuel consumptions

Lamborghini Miura (1966-1973)

The Lamborghini Miura, which was produced from 1966 to 1973, is widely regarded as the first supercar as well as being a symbol of the late 1960s Italian automotive design.

Designed by Marcello Gandini at Bertone, the Miura was ground-breaking for its day - and still is today - with its mid-engine layout, which became the standard for high-performance sports cars.

Red Lamborghini Miura (1966-1973)

Fun Things To Know About the Lamborghini Miura

☑ The Lamborghini Miura, produced between 1966 and 1973, is one of the most iconic and valuable classic cars, with only 764 cars ever made.

☑ Early Lamborghini Miura models are highly prized, with well-preserved examples fetching over £2 million at auctions.

☑ Restored Lamborghini Miuras can see a significant increase in value, often reaching six to seven figures if the restoration is done meticulously well.

☑ Classic car insurance for a Lamborghini Miura typically costs between £7,000 to £20,000 per year, depending on the model and coverage.

Maserati Ghibli (1967-1973)

The Maserati Ghibli was first produced between 1967 and the early 1970's and is one of the most revered classic cars available on the market today, as it surely symbolises luxury and performance all rolled into an Amazon vintage car.

Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro at Ghia, the Ghibli was introduced at the 1966 Turin Motor Show and then quickly became an icon of Italian automotive design for years to come.

Maserati Ghibli 1967

Fun Things To Know About The Maserati Ghibli

☑ The Maserati Ghibli was produced between 1967 and 1973, with a total of approximately 1,274 cars ever being made.

☑ Early Maserati Ghibli models are highly prized, with well-preserved examples fetching over £500,000 at auctions.

☑ Restored Maserati Ghiblis can see a significant increase in value, often reaching high six figures if the restoration is done well.

Restoring a Maserati Ghibli here at M&A is truly a labour of love that rewards us and you with a piece of motoring history, a significant uplift in its value, and a reliable, unparalleled driving experience if you ever want to take it out on the open road.

McLaren F1 (1992-1998)

The McLaren F1 was produced between 1992 and 1998 and stands as one of the most extraordinary cars ever built, as it is known for its innovative design and unmatched performance, which makes the F1 really remain a coveted gem among car enthusiasts and collectors alike.

McClaren F1

Fun Things To Know About the McLaren F1

☑ The McLaren F1, crafted between 1992 and 1998, really is a legendary supercar, with only 106 cars ever produced, including prototypes and race cars.

☑ Each McLaren F1 features a naturally aspirated 6.1-litre V12 engine, which is capable of producing 627 horsepower, making it one of the fastest cars of its time.

☑ Well-maintained McLaren F1 models can fetch upwards of £15 million at auctions, with some pristine examples even reaching over £20 million.


The McLaren F1 really was ground-breaking in many ways, as, for instance, it featured a carbon fibre monocoque chassis, which at the time really was revolutionary.

The car also gave you a central driving position, offering unparalleled driver visibility and control compared to pretty much every other car.

Performance Specs

The McLaren F1 set new benchmarks in the automotive industry with its impressive specs, such as:

☑ Engine: 6.1-litre V12

☑ Horsepower: 627 hp

☑ Top Speed: 240.1 mph (386.4 km/h)

☑ 0-60 mph: 3.2 seconds

Restoration Expertise

Restoring and repairing a McLaren F1 really does require huge attention to detail and expertise in handling its advanced materials, especially its more unique internal layout.

Consequently, our body shop is equipped with skilled McLaren-trained professional mechanics who understand the intricacies of this iconic car.

From its carbon fibre bodywork to the bespoke interior trims, every element can be restored or repaired to perfection, ensuring your car retains its original glory for years to come.

Lotus Esprit (1976-2004)

The Lotus Esprit was first produced from 1976 to 2004 and is one of the most iconic British sports cars made.

Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, it made its debut at the Paris Motor Show in 1975, and over the years, the Esprit went through various design changes and technical upgrades, becoming a genuinely beloved classic among car enthusiasts.

White Lotus Esprit

Fun Things To Know About the Lotus Esprit

☑ The Lotus Esprit was produced for nearly three decades, with around 10,675 luxury cars built throughout its production run.

☑ Early models of the Lotus Esprit, particularly the S1 and S2, are highly valued, with well-preserved examples often selling for over £50,000 at auctions.

☑ Restored and fully repaired Lotus Esprits can see a significant increase in their value, sometimes reaching six figures if the restoration is done perfectly.

Design Evolution

The Lotus Esprit underwent several design evolutions, from its initial wedge-shaped body to a more refined and aerodynamic look in later models.

Notable updates include the Turbo Esprit, which was introduced in 1980, and the restyled Esprit S4 - in 1993.

Each version brought many improvements in performance, comfort, and style while simultaneously maintaining the Esprit's reputation as a driver-focused sports car as well.

Technical Challenges

Restoring or repairing a Lotus Esprit can present various technical challenges; for example, the fibreglass body requires specialised repair techniques, and the mid-engine layout can complicate engine and transmission work.

Electrical issues can also be common in older models, necessitating careful attention to wiring and electronic components, which our mechanics know how to handle easily.

Restoration Advice

When restoring a Lotus Esprit, it is crucial to source high-quality parts and work with experienced professionals familiar with the model to ensure that the engine and suspension are properly tuned, which will significantly enhance the driving experience.

As a Lotus trained and approved bodyshop as well, we also have sources that can help source some of the challenging to come-by parts as well.


The Lotus Esprit has become increasingly collectable over the years, especially early models and limited editions like the Esprit Turbo HC and the Esprit Sport 300.

This is because these cars are sought after for their unique design, performance, and place in automotive history especially, and a well-restored Esprit can be a treasured addition to any classic car collection.

Benefits to Restoring this Car

Restoring a Lotus Esprit not only brings you and us a sense of accomplishment but also offers you a lot of financial benefits. This is due to the fact that a well-restored Esprit can significantly increase in value over time, providing you with a substantial return on your investment as a result.

Additionally, owning a classic Lotus Esprit offers a unique driving experience and the joy of preserving a piece of automotive history.

Lamborghini Countach (1974-1990)

The Lamborghini Countach was produced between 1974 and 1990 and is one of the most famous and desirable supercars in automotive history. Around 2,000 of them were produced during this time period.

Silver Lamborghini Countach (1974-1990)

Fun Things To Know About The Lamborghini Countach

☑ The Lamborghini Countach was produced from 1974 to 1990, with a total of approximately 2,000 cars produced.

☑ Early Lamborghini Countach models, such as the LP400 "Periscopio", are highly sought after, with well-preserved examples often fetching over £500,000 at auctions.

☑ Restored Lamborghini Countachs can see a significant increase in value over time, often reaching six to seven figures if the restoration is done to a high standard.

Design Innovation

The Lamborghini Countach is really renowned for its ground-breaking design, as it introduced the "Wedge" shape and scissor doors, which have become iconic features in automotive design as a result.

Furthermore, its sharp angles, low profile, and aggressive stance also set a new standard for sports cars and influenced countless future models as well.

Restoration Complexity

Restoring or repairing a Lamborghini Countach is a very complex and detailed process. Each part, from the unique scissor doors to the powerful V12 engine, really requires expert knowledge and precision to be completed well.

Sourcing original parts can also be challenging and expensive. Still, the result is a restored masterpiece that holds significant value in the classic car market.

Due to connections as a Lamborghini approved bodyshop, we can also tend to source rarer parts that are harder to come by as well.

Market Value

The market value of a Lamborghini Countach has seen a steady increase over the years due to its iconic status and limited production car run, with well-restored models commanding very high prices as a result.

Consequently, if you get a chance to invest in restoring one of these fantastic cars, it not only brings the car back to its former glory but also significantly enhances its market value and your ROI as a result.

McLaren MP4-12C (2011-2014)

The McLaren MP4-12C was first produced between 2011 and 2014 and marked McLaren's return to the road car market.

Known for its sleek design and advanced technology, this car quickly became a favourite among car enthusiasts then and still today.

McLaren MP4-12C (2011-2014)

Fun Things to Know About The McLaren MP4-12C

☑ The McLaren MP4-12C, produced from 2011 to 2014, is a modern classic with approximately 3,500 cars ever made.

☑ Early models of the MP4-12C are also highly valued, with well-maintained examples fetching around £100,000 at auctions today.

☑ Restored McLaren MP4-12Cs can see a significant increase in value, often reaching mid to high six figures if the restoration is done well.

Restoration Process

Restoring a McLaren MP4-12C requires expertise and precision, especially if those doing it are an approved McLaren bodyshop.

For instance, our repair and process can involve:

☑ Identifying any wear and tear or damage with a thorough inspection so we understand what we are up against

☑ Ensuring the twin-turbo V8 engine is in top condition.

☑ Fixing any dents or scratches to the bodywork and maintaining the carbon fibre structure.

☑ Restoring the luxury interior to its original state, including the leather seats and advanced dashboard.

☑ Ensuring all the electronic systems and controls are up-to-date.

Market Value and Collectability

The McLaren MP4-12C holds strong value in the luxury car market today due to its limited production and advanced features for a car of its era, making it highly collectable.

Consequently, restored models in a fully repaired state are particularly sought after and can command high prices at auctions as well.

Rolls-Royce Phantom V (1959-1968)

The Rolls-Royce Phantom V, which was produced from 1959 to 1968, is a symbol of luxury and opulence, as this classic car was favoured by royalty and celebrities for its majestic presence and superior craftsmanship.

Furthermore, the Phantom V was powered by a 6.2-litre V8 engine, providing a smooth and powerful ride. Only 516 cars were ever made, making it one of the most exclusive classic cars to own today.

Rolls-Royce Phantom V (1959-1968)

Fun Facts About The Rolls-Royce Phantom V

☑ The Rolls-Royce Phantom V, which was produced between 1959 and 1968, is a pinnacle of luxury, with only 516 cars ever made.

☑ Early Rolls-Royce Phantom V models are highly prized, with well-preserved examples fetching over £500,000 at auctions.

☑ Restored Rolls-Royce Phantom V cars can see a significant increase in value, often reaching high six to seven figures if the restoration is done really well.

Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona (1968-1973)

A Ferrari 365 GTB/4, commonly known as "The Daytona", is a really legendary classic car produced by Ferrari between 1968 and 1973.

It then gained its nickname "The Daytona" after Ferrari's 1-2-3 finish at the 1967 24 Hours of Daytona race.

Consequently, this car is celebrated for its exceptionally sleek design, powerful performance, and significant place in automotive racing history.

Ferrari 365 GTB 'Daytona' (1968-1973)

Fun Things To Know About The Stats Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona

☑ The Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona, produced between 1968 and 1973, is one of the most iconic and sought-after classic cars, with only 1,406 cars ever made.

☑ Early Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona models are highly prized, with well-preserved examples fetching over £1.5 million at auctions.

☑ Restored Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytonas can see a significant increase in value, often reaching high six to seven figures

Aston Martin DB9 (2004-2016)

The Aston Martin DB9, being one of the more modern cars on this list, was produced between 2004 and 2016, is a hallmark of British luxury and engineering. Designed by Henrik Fisker, it marked a significant shift for Aston Martin in 2004, combining beauty with high engine performance.

Aston Martin DB9

Fun Things to Know About the DB9

☑ The Aston Martin DB9 was in production for 12 years, with approximately 16,500 cars made during this period.

☑ Known for its V12 engine, the DB9 boasts a top speed of 183 mph and can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.6 seconds.

☑ The DB9 also features a lightweight aluminium structure, contributing to its impressive handling and performance.

☑ Early models of the Aston Martin DB9 are becoming increasingly sought after by collectors, with pristine examples selling for around £80,000 to £120,000 at auctions.


The Aston Martin DB9, with a 5.9-litre V12 engine, produces 470 Horsepower, which provides you with a thrilling driving experience.

The DB9's advanced suspension and dynamic stability control also ensure a smooth and responsive ride, making it a true favourite among drivers and car enthusiasts.


A DB9 in a highly repaired and restored condition really is highly appealing to modern collectors who value its classic Aston Martin styling combined with its more contemporary and modern level of performance.

As the years pass, well-maintained, fully repaired, and restored DB9s - especially those with low mileage and original features — are expected to appreciate in value in future years as well.

Benefits of Restoring the DB9

As an Category A Body Repair Centre for Aston Martin's we believe there are many reasons to keep your DB9 in top condition, for example:

☑ A carefully restored DB9 can significantly increase market value, making it a sound investment.

☑ Restoring and repairing the mechanical and aesthetic aspects ensures the car performs at its best and retains its luxurious feel.

☑ For car enthusiasts, restoring a DB9 is rewarding. As for you the current owner it brings you immense personal satisfaction and pride of ownership when you drive away in a fully repaired and restored version.

Porsche Carrera GT (2004-2007)

The Porsche Carrera GT, which was produced from 2004 to 2007, is a stunning example of German engineering and design. Originally conceived as a Le Mans prototype, it quickly transitioned into a road car and captured car enthusiasts worldwide with its performance and exclusivity.

Porsche Carrera GT (2004-2007)

Fun Things To Know About The Porsche Carrera GT

☑ The Porsche Carrera GT was produced between 2004 and 2007, with only 1,270 cars ever made, making it a rare and sought-after collector's item.

☑ Early Porsche Carrera GT models are highly valued, with well-preserved examples often fetching over £700,000 at auctions.

☑ Restored Porsche Carrera GTs can see a significant increase in value, often reaching high six to seven figures.


The Carrera GT gives you a 5.7-litre V10 engine, producing 612 horsepower.

This power then allows your car to accelerate from 0 to 60 MPH in just 3.5 seconds, with a top speed of 205 MPH.

With its innovative design featuring a carbon fibre monocoque chassis and ceramic composite brakes, it really does ensure that you get both lightweight performance and exceptional stopping power when needed.

Restoration Expertise

We know that restoring a Porsche Carrera GT requires very close attention to detail as well as expertise in the ins and outs of this car.

From sourcing original parts, which due to being a Porsche Recommended Repairer, we tend to find easier than most due to our connections in the industry, to ensure the car meets its original manufacturer's specifications, our Porsche restoration team excels in bringing these masterpieces back to life for you.

Consequently, our body shop uses state-of-the-art technology and Porsche-approved techniques to achieve perfection in every restoration car project we undertake.


Due to its limited production run and exceptional performance, the Carrera GT remains a valuable asset for collectors.

The rarity of this model ensures that well-restored examples maintain high market values, often appreciating even further over time. Investing in a Carrera GT offers the thrill of driving a high-performance car and the potential for significant financial returns down the road.

Benefits to Restoring this Car:

The benefits of restoring and repairing a Porsche Carrera GT brings you many of them, such as:

☑ A Carrera GT in perfect condition can really command higher prices at auctions and private sales.

☑ Restoration ensures that the car performs at its peak, as it provides you with an unparalleled and thrilling driving experience on the road.

☑ A fully restored Carrera GT looks as stunning as the day it rolled off the production line, which attracts admiration from enthusiasts and collectors alike, especially at Classic Car days.

☑ Due to its rarity and desirability, a restored Carrera GT is likely to appreciate in value, making it a smart investment for the future.

Lamborghini Diablo (1990-2001)

A Lamborghini Diablo, produced from 1990 to 2001, is a legendary supercar known for its stunning design and impressive performance. Keeping one in high condition really pays off.

Red Lamborghini Diablo (1990-2001)

Fun Things to Know About a Lamborghini Diablo

☑ The Lamborghini Diablo was produced in limited numbers, with a total of 2,884 cars made across all its variants.

☑ Well-preserved early models of the Lamborghini Diablo, especially the original 1990 versions, can fetch prices over £250,000 at auctions.

☑ Restored Lamborghini Diablos can see a significant increase in value, as a perfectly restored Diablo can reach high six figures, often nearing £300,000 to £500,000 depending on its condition and originality.

Restoration Complexity

Restoring a Lamborghini Diablo is a complex task that requires expertise and attention to detail from a Lamborghini Approved Repairer.

This is due to the car's intricate engineering and more specialised parts that make the restoration process challenging but highly rewarding when completed. A thorough restoration, for instance, can involve:

☑ Ensuring the V12 engine runs smoothly and efficiently.

☑ Restoring the car's exterior bodywork and paint to its original condition, including the iconic scissor doors.

☑ Revamping the luxurious interior with attention to the original leather, dashboard, and controls.

☑ Updating or repairing the car's detailed electrical and mechanical systems.

Market Value

The market value of a Lamborghini Diablo has steadily increased over the years, and collectors and enthusiasts highly prize well-maintained, fully repaired and restored models the most.

Especially, when combined with its limited production numbers, iconic design, and the car's place in automotive history, all contribute to its high market value.

Benefits of Using an Official Approved Bodyshop for Restoring Luxury Cars

When you take your luxury car to an approved body shop like M&A, you can be sure that the parts and materials used are authentic and meet the manufacturer's standards.

To gain this high status, we need to have fully trained mechanics who understand these models inside and out and know how to repair and restore them back to their factory conditions, along with how to fine-tune their performance even further - which, if you have any spent time in the Classic Car world, know it's not an easy feat to accomplish.

Consequently, this guarantees that the restoration work will maintain the car’s original quality and value for you for years to come.

Specialist Knowledge and Expertise

Our approved and certified body shops have qualified technicians who are specially trained by car manufacturers.

Consequently, we understand the unique requirements of luxury and classic cars and use the latest techniques and equipment to ensure you get a perfect repair and finish every time.

Warranty and Support

Restorations and repairs done by us, as an approved body shop, can come with warranties for the work done, which can provide you with peace of mind, knowing that if anything goes wrong, you are covered.

Additionally, our body shops have direct support from the car manufacturers, ensuring that any issues and necessary parts can be quickly and efficiently resolved, which, as you know, is only sometimes the case with these high-end cars.

Preservation of Value

Luxury cars are significant investments, and using an approved body shop helps preserve the car’s value by ensuring all work is done to the highest standards and documented correctly.

This is crucial for the resale value, as buyers often look for cars that have been properly maintained and restored and will not want to pay a premium for work that can't be verified will last to the standard they expect from these types of high-end and classic cars.

Access to Original Equipment

Our approved and certified body shops have access to original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts - which are essential for maintaining the integrity of your car.

This ensures that every component fits perfectly and functions as intended by the manufacturer and isn't a cheap alternative that can fail a lot sooner, causing you even more potential damage and costly repairs down the road as a result.

About M&A Coachworks The Premium Car Experts

Established in 1971 by brothers Michael Dionisiou and Adonis Kyriacou, we have a very rich legacy in restoring everything from classic cars to modern supercars, and we have managed to get acclaimed approval statues, such as being a:

☑ Porsche Recommended Repairer

☑ Official McLaren Approved Repairer

☑ Official Ferrari Dealer Approved Repairer

☑ Official Maserati Dealer Approved Repairer

☑ Official Lamborghini Approved Repairer

☑ Factory Approved Bentley Repairer

☑ Category A Body Repair Centre for Aston Martin

☑ Nominated Lotus Repairer

Consequently, we initially specialise in very prestigious brands like Rolls Royce, Bentley, and E Type Jaguars, but since then our company has grown from a single arch building on Highgate Road, London, to encompass seven arches and approximately 14,000 square combined feet of repair facilities across the UK, including Park Lane, Mayfair, Sevenoaks, Chelmsford, Tunbridge, Colchester, Sevenoaks, Chelmsford, Tunbridge, Lotus Berkshire, Colchester, Ascot, Hatfield, London, Cambridge, Colchester, East London, Hatfield, Mayfair, Norwich, South London, West London.

In 2015, we also expanded to Hertfordshire and, in 2019, to Berkshire as well.

Today, M&A stands as the UK's largest supercar repairer, car restoration shops, and luxury car servicing provider, earning endorsements and accreditations from leading motor manufacturers worldwide, with decades of expertise.

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Iconic Luxury Cars Restoration Final Thoughts

As a result, you can see that we can easily cover everything from a full restoration to a full body shell repair to restoring and repairing some of the most luxury cars available. From iconic high-end car brands, including models such as:

  • Aston Martin DB4's
  • Jaguar E-Types
  • Mercedes-Benz
  • Ford Mustangs
  • Chevrolet Camaro's
  • Chevrolet Corvette
  • Mercedes SL
  • Dodge Chargers
  • Ferrari F40's
  • Pontiac GTO
  • Pontiac Firebird
  • Pontiac Firebird
  • Land Rover Range Rover Sport SV Edition One
  • Lotus Elise
  • and lots more

Consequently, we look at your car more than just a classic car restoration project or repair job, as to us, it’s a repair and restoration journey to deliver these cars back to you with the quality that their automotive history demands and get these beauties back on the road to be ready for all to see and appreciate.

So, whether it is a classic Rolls-Royce, a timeless Aston Martin, or a legendary Maserati, from a repair to a complete restoration, each of these cars represents a pinnacle of design and engineering.

Consequently, choosing to restore your luxury car at one of our official approved body shops ensures that every detail is meticulously and perfectly taken care of, preserving the authenticity and value of your car for years to come.

Have a luxury car that needs to be handled by qualified and competent hands?
Then get in touch with our customer service team, and we will be able to get your luxury car repaired and restored back to its full glory once more.