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Porsche 911 S Targa Shortlist +5
£78,500

Year 1974

Mileage 58,000

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Finished in Yellow with Contrasting Full Red Leather, imported to the UK from the US in 2016 and then undergone recent restoration works, nice rust free example of this appreciating modern classic.
Porsche 911 3.2 Shortlist +14
£39,950

Year 1983

Mileage 72,000

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £245

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

Finished in Grand Prix White with Contrasting Black and Red leather interior and the period iconic Rear Spoiler, Fusch alloy wheels, stunning example with good history file.
Porsche 911 Speedster RHD 1989 G Shortlist +9
£135,950

Year 1988

Mileage 56,000

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £245

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

Finished in Zermatt Silver (980) with contrasting Black Leather trim, Black Soft top roof, 15'' Fuch Alloys, Wide Body Turbo, 1 of 89 UK RHD cars, Fantastic Condition, Porsche Service History. In 1989 Porsche reintroduced one of their most iconic body styles – the Speedster. This uncompromising variant had not been offered since 1959 – at a time when 356s were rolling out of the factory and the 911 was still five years from inception. The first 911 Speedster was displayed at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 1987 but it would be 16 months before production actually began in January 1989. Regular 911 Cabriolet body shells were used for the mechanically standard Speedster, these being modified to accommodate a cut-down, more steeply raked aluminium framed windscreen and special frameless one-piece side windows. Both the standard narrow-body and wider Turbo shell were available in most markets although strangely only the latter could be specified in North America and Germany. Inside, the seat rails were dropped by 20mm, the seats themselves having been a combination of Sport backs with standard lower sections. The rear seats were disposed of and the vacant area carpeted like the Club Sport, an optional storage box (again like that of the CS) having been a sensible upgrade. A manual heater and wind-down windows were fitted as standard. The Speedster was a rare beast indeed, with the entire production run encompassing less than 2,100 cars – all of which were constructed between January and September 1989. Significantly, it was also the last model ever produced in Porsche’s old factory in Stuttgart.
Porsche 944 S2 16V - FULLY DOCUMENTED SERVICE HIST Shortlist +10
£12,430

Year 1992

Mileage 98,000

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £245

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

The 944 is rapidly becoming a modern classic with the S2 Cabriolet being particularly sought after. As of 2017, there are only 48 of the most recent 1992 S2 Cabrios left on the road in the UK. This particular car was factory fitted with all mod-cons of the day such as electric seats, electric convertible roof, ABS, electric windows, Blaupunkt stereo speakers and many other features. Recently, a Bluetooth stereo and handsfree has been fitted, with extensive work done to the electrics to ensure reliable function. The battery has just been replaced with a brand-new heavy-duty Varta. All 4 tyres have plenty of tread including the space-saver tyre in the boot space (with original Porsche tool kit and electric air compressor!). The timing belt was replaced quite recently and it was last serviced in Jun 16. About the 944 - Announced in 1981, the 944 was the third of Porsche's new family of front-engined sports cars. A close relative of the 924 original, the 944 was constructed along similar lines and from a distance was hard to tell apart from its progenitor. Beneath the bodywork (50mm wider than the 924's) was a 2.5-litre, 163bhp overhead-camshaft 'four' fitted with twin balancer shafts to counter the vibration often encountered in such units. The rear transaxle - a five-speed affair this time - was retained, while the 924-type running gear was suitably up-rated to cope with the 944's superior performance. Subsequent developments included a Turbo, 16-valve 944S, 3.0-litre S2 models and a cabriolet, while the base model's 8-valve engine grew to 2.7-litres. recorded as v-car but fixed to a high professional standard, Porsche claimed a maximum power output of 211bhp for the S2 and a top speed of around 150mph.
Porsche 911 Carrera SuperSport 1989/F Shortlist +15
£79,950

Year 1988

Mileage 62,000

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £235

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

Porsche 911 Supersport Cabriolet, being 1 of only 37 Uk models, finished in sought after Black with White leather interior and the period iconic Turbo spoiler, Fusch alloy wheels and G50 gearbox, a stunning example with good history file.
Porsche 911 Turbo Shortlist +6
£119,950

Year 1991

Mileage 60,000

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £235

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

Finished in Special Order Red Metallic with Contrasting Grey Leather piped in Red, this is one of 5 Special Edition's created by AFN back in the 90's. Stunning Example with all bills and receipts.
Porsche 928 S4 Coupe Shortlist +16
£44,950

Year 1988

Mileage 19,000

Transmission Automatic

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £235

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

Finished in Baltic Blue with Contrasting Blue Leather, Automatic Transmission, This is a lovely example of a time warp classic 2 owners from new having covered only 19,000 miles from new.
Porsche 924 S Shortlist +19
£29,995

Year 1988

Mileage 24,969

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £245

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

924s Le Mans Special Edition (1988)Technical DataEngine Capacity 2,500ccTransmission 4 Speed ManualWeight 1,080kgExterior Colour White Interior Colour Grey/Gold Pinstripe The Porsche 924s is a luxury sports car which was produced in Germany. This car came off the production line on the 1st January 1987 and was first registered in 1988. It is one of only 74 cars made for the UK market. The 924s Le Mans was a limited series to celebrate Porsches 12th victory at the Le Mans 24 hour race. This car looked very good cosmetically for its age however after further examination we found that the underside of the car was badly corroded. After extensive repairs including welding new inner and outer sills we stripped the car to the bone and it was fully resprayed. While this work was being done we refurbished all the original components that we could and we replaced any parts that were beyond repair.This car has had 2 previous owners and boasts an impressive 125BHP, our car also has 4 cylinders with 8 valves per cylinder, as well as a 4 speed manual gear box with white exterior with a lovely grey/gold pinstripe interior. Porsche only produced 980 cars and they came between the months of July and September 1987. The cars either came with a black or white exterior however they all had the distinctive ‘Le Mans’ lower door sticker. The interior of the cars only came in black or grey with Ochre or Turquoise. All the cars were given a 15” ‘telephone style’ wheels which were available in either White with Ochre inserts or Black with Turquoise inserts. The cars we 10mm wider at the front and 15mm wider at the back compared to the standard cars. The special edition cars were given a bigger diameter anti-roll bars an
Porsche 924 2.0 Shortlist +19
£29,990

Year 1982

Mileage 78,347

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £235

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

Porsche 924 Lux FH 2dr
Porsche 924 2.0 Shortlist +19
£29,990

Year 1982

Mileage 78,250

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £235

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

Porsche 924 Lux FH 2drPorsche Centre Bristol were proud to be part of Porsche GB’s 2016 Restoration Competition. The theme for the competition was “40 Years at The Front” which in 2016 coincided with the 40th Anniversary Celebrations since the launch of the first “transaxle” Porsche; the 924. At Porsche we are lucky enough to possess a brand and model history that is the envy of most other manufacturers. With a history spanning over 65 years we have sold over 130,500 vehicles in the UK market alone. 75% of all these vehicles remain on the road to this day and they are celebrated and cherished now more than ever. Furthermore, Porsche Classic models make up over half the vehicle parc in the UK, so our journey began with our vehicle of choice; a 1982 Porsche 924 finished in Glacier Blue having covered 78,200 miles.The entire vehicle was stripped for a full body paint, both wings replaced and the paint was removed back to the metal, this was then resurfaced and resealed before a full respray. At our Centre we carried out a complete strip and rebuild of the engine with the entire engine being cleaned and vapour blasted.This car also benefits from a lovely service history.To finish our restoration a new Porsche Classic Navigation was fitted, new tyres, service and MOT.
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