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The Arrive & Drive scheme allows you to compete should your car be unavailable or, if you are looking to purchase a similar model in the future it gives you the chance to get to know your prospective purchase. We have a wide and varied range of vehicles to suit everyone's taste. HERO-ERA Premier Members enjoy 10% savings on arrive and drive vehicle hire, be sure to mention your membership to the arrive and drive hire team, or sign up here


MG A Coupe – 1960 (RHD)

It stands proud and wears the works BMC colours from the Abingdon days, this near 100 mph 1860 cc 1961 MGA is conscious of its heritage, and yet is still a great competitor in the current day on any of the latest HERO-ERA rallies it runs in.

It has 105 bhp, a four-speed gearbox wit...


Austin Healey Sprite – 1959 (RHD)

It may look cute with its distinctive ‘frogeye’ lights or protruding ‘bugeye’ lights as they called the Mark 1 Austin Healey Sprite in the USA where it achieved sales success, but this rally version can give you a speedy bite!

With a 1275 cc developed version of the origina...


Mini Cooper – 1968 (RHD)

Mini Cooper the latest sporty addition to the HERO-ERA Arrive Drive fleet

The automotive legend that is the Mini Cooper has finally joined the HERO-ERA Arrive and Drive fleet.

The little ‘buzz box’ that burst onto the competition scene after the ingenious enginee...


Fiat 124 Sport Spider – 1979 (LHD)

The Fiat 124 Sport Spider was designed by Pininfarina and styled in-house by Tom Tjaarda. The 124 Sport Spider, 124 Sport Coupé and 124 sedan share much of their running gear. The Sports Spider uses a shorter platform along with a shorter wheelbase, and in contrast to the Pinifarina styled and m...


Volkswagen Golf GTI Mk 1 – 1983 (RHD)

Recently added to the HERO Fleet at the start of 2019 is our 1983 Golf GTI Mk1, this example being presented in Mars Red. This iconic vehicle is now classed as a modern classic and will no doubt bring back memories to lots of people from their formative years. Although lots of cars came after th...


MG A Roadster – 1958 (LHD)

Perfect for the more touring style of events, this MGA packs a real punch with a modified engine and gearbox that really lets it zip along. At first glance, the grey paintwork doesn't reveal the true beauty of the car - under good light a subtle metallic finish can be seen, it is truly stunning....


Triumph TR4 – 1964 (RHD)

Second only in popularity to our Cortina GT, this right hand drive TR4 has had extensive work to the engine meaning that she really can press on! Finished in black with a Surrey Roof, this vehicle has competed on many events - HERO and otherwise. Engaging to drive, this TR4 is at home on one day...


Alfa Romeo GTV 1750 – 1971 (RHD)

Finished in Alfa Red and with stripes to emulate 'il Tricolore' this most distinctive looking and sounding GTV has to be driven to be appreciated. A true driver's car, the Alfa is best driven on twisting, sinewy passes to appreciate the handling and poise of the vehicle. However, when used on dri...


MG B Roadster – 1974 (RHD)

A recent addition to the Arrive & Drive fleet is this 1974 MG B Roadster. A factory hard top is fitted as are Minilite wheels which do help in resisting punctures, couple this with an engine and drivetrain that are tuned for reliability on endurance events and you have a very easy to drive vehicl...


Triumph TR4A – 1966 (LHD)

One of the nicest handling cars on the Arrive & Drive fleet due to its uprated chassis and independent rear suspension. Sensible engine modifications coupled with twin sidedraught Weber carburettors means this TR4A goes as well as it looks. In the summer time, the vehicle can be used with its sof...


BMW 1602 – 1972 (LHD)

The 1600-2 (the "-2" meaning "2-door") made its debut at the Geneva auto show in March 1966 and was sold until 1975 with the designation being simplified to "1602" in 1971.The 1.6 L M10 engine produced 63 kW (84 hp) at 5,700 rpm and 130 N·m (96 lb·ft) at 3,500 rpm. In 1968, Road & Track declare...