On 2 April, Porsche Centre Portsmouth welcomed Total 911 magazine as they hosted their second Cars and Coffee event at our Centre.
A number of exciting and unique Porsche 911s stood proudly on display for the event. Two of our favourite cars were a white 997 GT3 RS with red decals and a white 911 R with green decals. Over the course of the day, customers were invited to have a complimentary vehicle inspection which gave them the opportunity to discuss any issues with our Aftersales Manager, Leigh Rye.
A number of prizes were awarded: first prize was awarded to David Brown for Car of the Day, his silver 996 GT2. Kevin Davies was the owner of the 911 to travel the furthest, a stunning 997 C2S that journeyed the 370 mile round trip from South Wales. Phil Bower took the final prize, Spirit of Porsche, for his 997 Carrera S, complete with rebuilt engine after an IMS failure.
Like-minded enthusiasts had a fantastic morning discussing all things Porsche and showcasing their exceptional cars.
Please call us on 02392 212350 if you would like more information on this and other events at our Centre.
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