Porsche Centre Portsmouth is pleased to announce that we are entering the annual 'Classic Restoration Project' for 2015 - 2016. We are working closely with Poole Accident Repair to restore a classic Porsche 928.
To introduce our customers to the Classic Restoration Project, we organised a special drive out to the Danebury Vineyard in Stockbridge on Thursday 3 December.
The drive began at the Centre where we showed our guests the engine and rear suspension of the 928. In convoy, we travelled to Danebury Vineyard to taste their delicious vintage wines. We ended the day at Poole Accident Repair, where we viewed the shell of the 928 whilst it undergoes restoration.
The event was a huge success, with all guests thoroughly enjoying the day.
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