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Autumn Update

This has been our busiest year in over 30 years of trading as Matra Magic. We are increasing stock to meet demand and continue to seek out both remanufactured and hard to find parts. Thanks to all of our customers for your continued support, it’s great that so many Matras are being looked after. The […]

New Inventory

We are currently increasing our listings, particularly of M530 parts where availability has recently improved massively. We’ve also catalogued a treasure trove of original small parts such as fixing nuts, bolts and clips. The part numbers show them to be genuine but we’re not sure where they’re used so we’ve introduced a Fixings Category. But […]

Coronavirus

Good news! Matra spares are not made in China so there is no break in supply. If you’re locked down this may be the time to get out that sorry looking Matra from your garage and restore it with original and an increasing supply of remanufactured parts, ready to enjoy when this is all over. […]

EU – No change here.

Matra Magic has always been an international company, delivery parts around the World. In leaving the EU our UK politicians have made a stupid mistake but it does not change anything here and we will continue to export both to Europe and the wider World.

Parts Indexing

We are currently indexing the online shop by model to make it easier to identify what you require for your car. Once this is complete we’ll be adding to the stock list too! Picture taken at Matra’s Mortfontaine Test Track in 1998.

Peugeot 205 T-16

Although we don’t list many T-16 parts on this site we can still supply a lot of original and remanufactured parts for the cars. Please enquire with part numbers.

2018

We’ve had another busy year, our 28th at Matra Magic. It’s fantastic to have more items are being remanufactured, particularly as so much introduced this year has been for the M530. Best wishes to all our customers for a peaceful Christmas and New Year.

Technical Issues

We’ve changed hosts over the last week and it’s caused some unexpected technical problems. As an early adopter of the store platform Ecwid I’m very disappointed that they seem unable to get to grips with the problem.