LOCATIONS, TEAM AND HISTORY
What started in 1962 with the restoration of a battered Fiat Balilla by Helmut Feierabend has developed into one of the most well-renowned addresses for classic car enthusiasts from all over the world.
Supported by the same enthusiasm for historic automobiles and the demand for the highest level of craftsmanship as company founder Helmut Feierabend, we offer a range of services at two locations with an experienced team of interdisciplinary specialists that leave nothing to be desired for classic car enthusiasts.
Our longstanding and experienced employees from various professional groups form the backbone for the success of Feierabend GmbH. All employees are proven specialists for exclusive historic automobiles, in particular for pre-war models from the brands BMW, Bugatti, Alfa Romeo as well as racing and sports cars from the post-war years to young timers, also here in particular from the BMW brand.
The branch in the Wilhelm-Wien-Straße forms the heart of the Feierabend GmbH. Established in 1975 by Helmut Feierabend, the location is still the focus of our daily work after a few expansions over the years. What once started in a Würzburg backyard workshop with the restoration of a battered Fiat Ballila in 1962 by Helmut Feierabend, developed into a top address for classic car enthusiasts on the new premises in the Wilhelm-Wien-Straße, with an influence reaching far beyond the borders of Würzburg and Germany.
At the branch in Suhl, we maintain a mechanical workshop in which we manufacture all conceivable spare parts and components individually at the customer’s request with modern and historic machines.
This branch also shares a historically unique connection with the BMW brand. Because here, under Paul Greifzu from Suhl, a private racing driver who was highly successful with the BWM 328, spare parts and components were manufactured for the former BMW plant in Eisenach. Over the course of the German reunification, Helmut Feierabend managed to continue this historical treasury. Today, replacement parts and components for historic BMW automobiles are still made here in Suhl, using the same machines as in pre-war times.