UK & Irelands leading Mercedes Restaurateurs 

This year Heaney Motors Company came on board as one of the main co-sponsors of the Belgian Project, this with financial support to the running of the project and the bursary fund. This came also with a promise for further help in 2019..well such as his company who is renowned for his quality work and guaranteed promises in their work owner Tommy Heaney kept his part of the deal with his confirmation for continued support. Very welcomed news and to add to the already confirmations of Bio-Racer Speedwear Onimpex UK, Ards Cycling Club, Victory Chimp and new sponsor Donard Bikes, and this months before renewal deadlines set in march 2019 bodes great news for all our youngsters who will or have applied for some help in 2019 (deadline end February 2019) So it is only fair we return the compliment so to speak and give a bit of airway to this unique company in South Derry. All info and contact details on this link >>   https://www.mercedesrestoration.com/ << All photos except one below courtesy of Tommy Heaney 

Tommy Heaney (Son of founder Tom and now running the company) seen here with his cyclist son Marc Heaney who became a “protegee” of the project in 2017 and a full time rider in Belgium with Asfra-Flanders-PXL since that year. I have to stipulate that this sponsorship only came about after Marc’s graduation selection in 2015-2016, as the project is known for his integrity and can not be influenced by sponsors in selections of our graduates. Tommy as any other sponsor supporting the project for his goals, and to help us with bursary funding to benefit all our youngsters.

About Heaney Motor Company 

Tom Heaney first got into the motor trade at the age of 14, he started his apprenticeship in Swatragh  Northern Ireland, before moving to England where he completed his apprenticeship & run a successful service department in a Birmingham based main dealership, he also had the experience of working on many of the cars we restore today giving him an immense knowledge base. He returned to Northern Ireland in 1970 and worked as workshop foreman for Darragh & Maine in Cookstown until opening our business in 1973.
Tom was joined by his son Tommy in 1983 who at 16yrs old  went on to complete his apprenticeship and  City & Guilds in motor mechanics. Heaney Motor Company started life as a general repair and body shop working on regular everyday cars, but in the early 90s, seeing a change in the car market, we made the decision to move into the restoration business.


Mission statement
Our aim is to exceed our customers’ expectations, and to constantly review our performance to ensure we maintain delivery of a top quality product and service at an affordable price
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Here some beauties of recent projects of the Heaney Motors Co