EUROSPARES HERITAGE

EUROSPARES HERITAGE

Established in 1985 and specialising in new and used Ferrari, Maserati, Lamborghini and Porsche spare parts, Eurospares has grown from a small family run business, to what is now the largest stockholder of Ferrari, Maserati, Lamborghini and Porsche parts in the world. There are thousands of genuine OEM and aftermarket parts available to buy through the website in either new, used or refurbished condition and you will also find that we have the largest online catalogue of technical diagrams available. Eurospares’ warehouses now span more than 50,000 square feet and each is filled with meticulously organised items that are ready to send out to clients at a moment’s notice. Owner James Pumo’s love for these exotic cars was passed down at a young age from his father, who used to source and import Maserati parts from Italy before going on to start Eurospares.

Over 30 years of experience breaking luxury sports cars for spares in Essex

As a team we pride ourselves on being forward thinking and we embrace new technology. For instance, our customer CRM system has been designed to make the whole ordering process as quick and straight-forward as possible. This is important to us, as communication and a great after sales service is key to improving customer service and satisfaction. Eurospares utilises the very latest in emerging technologies, remaining one step ahead at all times. For example, back in 2005, our website was among the first to be fully compatible with mobile devices and allow online ordering worldwide, and we continue to invest in the website to make the order processing as easy as possible.

We are used to overcoming obstacles and finding solutions - we even bounced back after losing our buildings to a catastrophic fire in 2002. Fortunately, our team was able to rescue some extremely rare pieces and we have since expanded our stock holding of rare and valuable spares and are now stronger than ever. We have also always supported motorsports from grass roots level to Formula 1. As well as supplying luxury car spares, Eurospares has close links to the Ferrari driver academy, sponsoring Charles Leclerc for the 2016 Formula 2 season and Mick Schumacher as of 2019.