We have now finished the restoration of our 911 Targa here at Porsche Centre Leicester, this, a project embarked on to commemorate the relaunch of the iconic Targa model earlier this year.
On Sunday 21 September, we were one of many Porsche Centres that took a fully restored Porsche Classic to Brands Hatch for the National 911 Restoration Competition Finale. With work completed ahead of the event we were able to take our restored 1986 911 3.2 Targa SSE for the final judging. The competition was split into five categories from Best Marketing/PR to Best Best Mechanical. However, we are all very proud to announce that Porsche Centre Leicester picked up the top prize for the Best Overall restoration.
It has been a gruelling process but we are very pleased to have brought this car back to its former glory for all to see.
For more information on the Porsche Classic services available at our Porsche Centre, please contact a member of our Service Team on 01162 764 488 or via email us.
Finally, we would like to thank our Porsche Approved Body Repairer, Chartwell Derby, for their efforts with this project too. We hope you have enjoyed hearing about this exciting project, please do come into our Centre to see the car on display, if you have not yet done so.
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