On Saturday 22 August, we hosted a launch event to introduce customers to the Porsche 928 S that we will be restoring as part of the Porsche Classic Restoration competition. The competition will run until 2016 and customers will be able to follow the entire journey throughout the coming months.
At the event, Porsche Centre Portsmouth customers and guests of Poole Accident Repair could view the vehicle before the work begins and ask any questions about the restoration process. We also held a competition to win a 2.7 PDS Porsche T-shirt (as seen in the photograph) from the new motorsport collection.
Porsche Cars Great Britain generously loaned our Centre three vehicles - Porsche 924 Turbo, 944 Turbo Cabriolet and Porsche 911 GTS 50th anniversary edition, which were all on display in our workshop
We look forward to updating our customers on our restoration vehicle in the coming months.
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