About Us
Marula Classics source classic cars that people have left unloved. The cars are then taken to our workshop where we disassemble them to their component parts. Every part is then evaluated for condition and if they can be used again then we will. If there is any question mark regarding the condition then we will replace them with new ones. This is the only way that we will be sure that the restored vehicle will give years of pleasure to the new owner..
Contact Us
Contact Details: Marula Classics Alan Hiatt 25 Holly Walk Crowhill Nuneaton Warwickshire CV11 6UU Tel: +44 7977 035817 Email: alan@marulaclassics.co.uk
What do you get for your money?
All our restorations include a check of all parts and where there is any question over any of the parts they are replaced with new. When restoring our cars we take out the engines and gearboxes and are stripped by a specialist and completely rebuilt. The cost of our cars includes the import costs into the UK, including duties. We generally require a 10% deposit from our customers
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About us
Bernard Koppes and Alan Hiatt have been restoring classic cars primarily for their own use and pleasure for many years. With this mutual interest in Classic Cars they have joined together to source desirable classic cars and restore them to their former glory. With three bases in England, Dubai and South Africa we have the best of “three worlds” by being able to source vehicles from three continents.  As our vehicles come from climates that are much more temperate than the UK they start their restoration with considerably less rust than a UK based vehicle.Marula Classics source classic cars that people have left unloved. We source the best quality cars we can find. The cars are then taken to our workshop where we disassemble them to their component parts. Every part is then evaluated for condition and if they can be used again then we will. If there is any question mark regarding the condition then we will replace them with new ones. This is the only way that we will be sure that the restored vehicle will give years of pleasure to the new owner.
Our Projects
Classic Car restoration.
1948 Chevrolet Fleetline
1968 Jaguar S Type 3.8L Automatic
1976 Range Rover 3 Door 3.5 Litre V8 Petrol
1965 Jaguar Mk2 3.8 Manual
1968 Jaguar S Type 3.8 manual with O/D
1967 Jaguar S Type 3.8 S Manual With O/D
1966 Jaguar S Type 3.8L Manual with O/D
1956 Chevrolet 3600 235ci pick-up truck
Featured Restorations
1968 Jaguar S Type 3.4 Litre with O/D
A full nut and bolt restoration. Opalescent Maroon and cream leather interior. Our Jaguar undertook an epic 900km round trip from Pretoria to the Vuyani Safari Lodge on the outskirts of Hoedspruit and then back again to Pretoria.
AC Cobra Replica
This replica will be powered by a Ford 302Ci V8
1947 Chevrolet Fleetmaster
A full nut and bolt restoration of the ex lord mayor of Pretoria's car. Go back in time and take a trip in our 1947 Classic Chevrolet Fleetmaster. It's been put to work at Vuyani Safari Lodge where they will chauffeur you to 24Degrees South, a small shopping village at the base of the Drakensburg mountain with its own classic car museum, restaurants and silk farm (which you can also visit).

Range Rover 3.5 V8

We have taken a deposit and this restoration will start shortly. A decision has been reached to respray the car Sahara Dust and to contrast that with leather upholstery throughout. The dashboard will also be faced in leather. The engine will be rebuilt…

Maroon S Type

Our Jaguar 3.4 S Type has been finished and has had several short local test drives but the time has come to subject the fifty year old Jaguar to a real road test. The journey started for an epic 900km round trip from…

Plum S Type update

The plum S Type has had the carpets fitted and some wiring has been addressed. The engine is in the process of being reassembled but this was held up when a small hairline crack was spotted in the timing chain and the wrong…