Randy Zoller is a highly accomplished mechanic, craftsman and musician with a degree in English Literature who likes to refer to himself as an Automotive - Forensic - Archaeologist. He is an avid Anglophile and is an active member and officer of the San Diego chapters of the Triumph, Austin-Healey, Sunbeam and TVR car clubs. He currently owns and drives a 1968 Triumph TR250, 1984 TVR Tasmin, and a 1989 Morgan+8.
In high school and college he raced motorcycles, worked at an auto parts store and played in a rock 'n' roll band. In 1975 he made artificial heart valves for Cutter Biomedical and at the time was the only person in the world to successfully make a #1 size Snelling heart valve. From 1976-1978 he worked as a professional musician until 1979 when starvation forced him back into the real world and he became gainfully employed as a carpenter/framer. Then fate intervened in 1980 and he accepted employment at an automotive repair facility, which specialized in Aston Martin, Jaguar and Rolls Royce. After a 3 year learning process Heritage Motorsports was born and since then a variety of interesting vehicles have passed through its doors.
Though Mr. Zoller prefers his British sports cars, he has restored a little bit of everything from Italian exotics to American muscle cars, including building engines for the Modena California Spyder, the car featured in the movie "Ferris Bueller's Day Off". His past collection of rescued toys has included a 1969 Lotus Elan+2, 1968 428 Torino Cobra, 1970 Olds 442, 1960 Austin Healey 3000, 1965 Mustang Coupe and Fastback, 1967 Pontiac GTO, 1969 Cougar Eliminator, 1974 TVR 2500M, 1965 Sunbeam Tiger, and too many Triumph's to mention. And the rest is history.