On Saturday 23 September 2017 Porsche Centre Portsmouth held our annual Show & Shine day in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
We invited Porsche owners to bring their cars and participate in the event, which was judged by Porsche Club GB members Charlie McLaughlin, Jon Fisher and Peter Hogarth.
Prizes were awarded to Brett Duke for his stunning 911 996 C4S Coupe and Peter Scaysbrook for his 911 996 Cabriolet in Arena Red. Both models were in incredible condition and the awards were well deserved.
Other highlights included a Porsche tractor owned by Michael Mitchard which captured the attention of many Porsche enthusiasts, whilst a Scalextric tournament kept the younger ones busy cheering one another on as the cars edged to the finish line. Refreshments and a barbecue were available throughout the day, as well as tours of the Centre and workshop.
The day was a great success and raised over £300 for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Please call 02392 809 527 for more information on upcoming events.
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