Restoration Projects

Bell Sport and Classic are market leading in Classic Car Restoration with particular emphasis on Ferrari Restoration projects. Whether it’s a back to bare metal restoration or a careful preservation project, we have an exceptional range of talents at your disposal and we’re proud that the quality of our restoration work meets Ferrari Classiche standards.

If you are looking to have a car restored or wish to acquire a project, whether it is for show or simply your own enjoyment, the team are ready to advise and support your needs.

Ferrari 246 GT Dino L Series

Early Ferrari 246 Dino L-Series

Restoration to factory spec and concours condition

One of the first Ferrari 246 Dinos made, and a show car for the 1969 International Motor Show Germany (IAA) in Frankfurt, this beautiful and highly collectable example of the early Dino L-series has been restored to Ferrari Classiche standards by Bell Sport & Classic and is now available for sale .

Current Restoration Projects

We are always working on a number of exciting Ferrari and Aston Martin restoration projects. Click on the links below to see how they are progressing.

Ferrari 246 GT Dino L Series

Ferrari Dino L-Series

Early Dino L-Series restoration to factory spec and concours condition.

One of the first Ferrari 246 GT Dinos made, and a show car for the 1969 International Motor Show Germany (IAA) in Frankfurt this beautiful and highly collectable example of the early Dino L-series has undergone total Concours / Ferrari Classiche standard restoration at Bell Sport & Classic.

Ferrari 330 GTC Bell Sport and Classic


An exquisite restoration of the most tasteful and elegant of Ferraris.

The Ferrari 330 GTC was revealed at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1966. It was essentially a coupe version of the 275 GTS.

Ferrari 250 GTE Restoration Bell Sport and Classic


The 250 GTE was Ferrari’s first production 2+2 car, a significant moment for the marque. Previous four-seater models had been produced by special-order for individual clients. Fitted with the Tipo 250 single overhead camshaft 3-litre V12, 957 of them were built. The Pininfarina bodywork combined the results of the latest studies on aerodynamics with extremely elegant lines.

Aston Martin DB5 Restoration


Considered by many to be the most beautiful and iconic British Grand Tourer ever made, this Aston Martin DB5 was first registered on 1st January 1965 and delivered to Mr Robert Symonds. Built as a manual version with the desirable ZF 5-speed gearbox, the factory ‘build sheet’ shows that it was finished in metallic Black Pearl with White Gold, Connolly leather upholstery.

Aston Martin DB6 Restoration Bell Sport and Classic


Launched at the London Motor Show in October 1965, the Aston Martin DB6 was a direct development of the DB5 and featured improved aerodynamics and a more generous specification. Powered by the same 4.0-litre DOHC ‘straight-six’ Aston Martin engine, notable differences included a longer wheelbase; a Kamm-styled rear spoiler to improve high-speed stability; a higher roofline; quarter bumpers and an oil-cooler scoop.

Ferrari 275 GTB Shortnose Restoration Bell Sport and Classic

Ferrari 275

Matching Numbers Throughout: Original Chassis, Engine & Transaxle

The Ferrari 275 GTB is one of the most beautiful Ferrari’s ever made. It is the ultimate dual-purpose Ferrari – fast on the track and on rallies but equally drivable to the movie theatre or opera.

Past Restoration Projects

Our reputation for delivering the highest quality, authentic restoration work is well earned. We have completed a wide range of Ferrari restoration and Aston Martin restoration projects over the years – click the links below to view some of them in more detail.

Aston Martin DB5 Restoration Bell Sport and Classic

Aston Martin DB5

A most authentic restoration to original factory specification.

Beautifully restored to its original specification, this is a superb example of an Aston Martin DB5 is what many consider to be the most iconic of all British grand tourers.

Ferrari 330 GT Restoration Bell Sport and Classic


Superbly restored and unique in one-of-one special order custom colour.

Fully restored to ‘Concours d’Elégance’ standard, this stunning example of Ferrari’s elegant Grand Tourer, the Ferrari 330 GT,  has a fascinating and well documented history.

Aston Martin DB6 Volante Bell Sport and Classic

Aston Martin DB6 Volante

Better than new full factory spec restoration.

Bell Sport & Classic embarked on a project to fully restore this Aston Martin DB6 Volante in order to rebuild to a standard higher than when it left the factory whilst retaining the authenticity and feel.

Ferrari 330 GT Restoration


Pan America tour conquering Ferrari.

This Ferrari 330 GT is the first right-hand drive car produced by the factory and was delivered new to the UK Ferrari importers, Maranello Concessionaires, who used the car a demonstration model.


Lamborghini LM002

A unique preservation project for the most exclusive of Super SUVs.

A monster 4×4 with the heart of a supercar. This Lamborghini LM002 has roared back to life with a full restoration, after having arrived with us in boxes.

Ferrari 330 GT Restoration


Matching numbers example of Enzo’s favourite Ferrari.

First registered in the UK in March 1965, this right-hand drive, European spec, quad-headlight Ferrari 330 GT had covered just 81,000 miles before the start of a long-term restoration programme.

Austin Healey 3000 Mk3 Restoration


This 1966 Austin-Healey 3000 MK3 was built on the 9th of February 1966 and first sold on the 22nd of February 1966. Best known as the “big Healey” the 3-litre 3000 was widely acclaimed and successful car for the maker Jenson Motors winning numerous European rallies in its heyday.

Ferrari 308 GT4 Restoration


Ground-breaking in many ways, the Ferrari 308 GT4 was (for Ferrari) the first production model to feature the mid-engined V8 layout that would become the bulk of the company’s business in the succeeding decades, and was the first production Ferrari with Bertone (rather than Pininfarina) designed bodywork.

Austin Healey 3000 Mk1 Restoration


The Austin-Healey 3000 Mk1 was announced on 1 July 1959 with a 3-litre BMC C-Series engine to replace the smaller 2.6-litre engine of the 100-6 and disc brakes for its front wheels. The manufacturers claimed it would reach 60 mph in 11 seconds and 100 mph in 31 seconds.