Together with Porsche Authorised Body Repairer Chartwell of Derby, we were thrilled to take along our Porsche 968 Club Sport restoration project car to the monthly East Midlands Porsche Club meet at The Coopers Arms.
The East Midlands branch of The Porsche Club hold its informal monthly meetings at the fabulous Coopers Arms on the first Monday of every month where 20 to 30 Porsche owners gather for a drink and a chat.
Representing '40 Years at the front', the restoration on our Porsche 968 Club Sport is well underway and the rolling body shell caused quite a stir among members who were given the opportunity to get up close and have a thorough inspection of the newly rebuilt and painted body shell with completely overhauled running gear.
Visit our restoration page for more information on the restoration of our Porsche 968 Club Sport.
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