There is a Heimat Resource Fanpage with the out of print Heimat-book and other such hard to find material.
Hermann drives away in Anton's Mercedes 300. Stuart Lamb dedicates a part of his website to this (MB300 on Film and TV), he wrote me: "This car was widely known as simply "The Adenauer" after its most famous and influential owner/user. It is a metaphor for post-war economic recovery, and I think Reitz is using it in this context too as a 'symbol of the age'." More on the connection between Adenauer and the Mercedes Benz 300, see http://www.hdg.de/Final/eng/page299.htm See Stuart's restoration of one at http://www.mercedes300.co.uk. Even more about this car can be found at http://www.3-0-0.com/
Thomas Hönemann's website with Shabbach pictures, pictures of the Heimat 3 premiere in Munich, German bibliography, German press clippings, the unique 'Drehbuch' of Heimat as reconstructed by Thomas, broadcast schedules and much more.
On Thomas' website you can also find a collection of pictures of Heimat-trilogy locations in die Hunsrück made by Alexander Kuch, under a Creative Commons license (which means you can use them under certain conditions).
The DZH website is a joint effort by ReindeR Rustema, Alan Andres and many others. Back to the 'die Heimat' page.