The new 911 GT3 RS* is nothing less than a gauntlet – thrown down to everyday life. Boasting a 4.0-litre six-cylinder horizontally opposed engine packing 383 kW (520 hp), consistent lightweight construction, a race track chassis and fixed rear wing - that all speaks a clear language, one that is understood on every race track of this world. With the ability to sprint from 0-62 mph in just 3.2 seconds, reaching a top speed of 193 mph**, the new 911 GT3 RS is nothing less than a thoroughbred sports car. A sporting challenge. Not least for its opponents.
911 GT3 RS: combined fuel consumption 12.8 l/100 km; CO2 emissions 291 g/km
*Please note, this model has limited availability. **Where is it safe and legal to do so. i.e. a track or racing facility.Discover more
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First Registration: 23 September 1957
A comprehensively restored example of a 356A with the condition really speaking for itself, every panel is unblemished and the bodywork fits together perfectly. The folder supplied with the car details each and every piece of work completed on the car by various specialists including Jaz. The engine has been stripped, restored and rebuilt and is as it would have come out of the showroom. The car comes supplied with the original owners manual to complete this fantastic future investment.
First Registration: 20 November 1968 (imported to the UK 24 May 2010)
Owners: 1 (since being imported to the UK)
In 1969 Porsche produced just 954 911E Coupes. The car was manufactured on the 2nd September 1968 making it one of the first B Series (Long wheelbase) cars produced. This particular vehicle has undergone an extensive 4 year restoration to a very high standard. This excellent example has retained its originality by using every original part of the car wherever possible instead of simply replacing worn items with new parts. The engine, transmission and drive shafts were reconditioned by Mike Bainbridge of MB Porsche Engineering. The car was recorded with a catalogue of pictures that document its progress from start to finish. Intended as the luxury model the 911E came standard (in most markets) with the comfort package of features. The car was imported to Los Angeles from the Zuffenhausen factory and lived its life in California, USA around the San Francisco area before being purchased and taken to the UK on the 24th May 2010.
First Registration: 1973
1 of 11 manufactured in this colour and comes with a fully documented history file. This 2.7RS is number 1,419, finished in Aubergine Purple with white script writing and silver fusch alloy rims. Originally a German car it was imported into the UK in 1990 and has spent its life in London and Surrey. Supplied with the car is full and photographic documentation showing the restoration work that has been completed, including labour time sheets and receipts.
We purchased the car from Jay Kay (Jamiroquai) private collection of cars. He has owned and enjoyed the car for a number of years. When the car arrived with us the decision was taken to complete a full mechanical engine restoration and a light cosmetic restoration to return the car back to showroom condition.
First Registration: 1958
Originally supplied to Australia, this particular car was imported into the UK in 2009. This 356 has received a full nut and bolt restoration both mechanically and cosmetically to an in-and-out concourse condition. The body was restored by the renowned Roger Bray, a well-known name attached to the 356 scene. The engine was then rebuilt by Andy Page at Maxted Page. This matching numbers '356A' is painted colour to sample and is believed to be the only colour to sample 356 supplied to Australia. The car comes complete with the original service book an owners manual and a file detailing various parts of the cars history.
First Registration: 1963
This 356 is an original RHD UK car registered in 1963. The car is all matching numbers, the only change is the paint colour which was originally Oslo Blue and has been changed to Ruby Red, which is a original Porsche colour of this year. At some point in this cars history it made its way to America, it was then brought back to Ireland and then sold to Holland which is where it was then purchased again and brought back to the UK. The car has been subject to a full photographic nut and bolt restoration and now includes a number of GT enhancements. All parts used are either original restored or new Porsche Bodywork and was completed by the renowned Lee Patterson. The panels were supplied by Trevor's Hammer Works. The vehicle was then prepared and painted by Heaton Coachworks and the Engine Gearbox and Running Gear were fully restored, upgraded and rebuilt by Andy Prill including; Shasta (1720cc) pistons and cylinders, lightened flywheel, Kennedy race clutch, Nuetek ZH2 high lift cam, chromoly push rods etc. (twin spark engine works quotation included in receipts file).
First Registration: 31 March 2011
The Speedster takes the wide body of the Carrera 4S Cabriolet but retains the rear wheel drive concept of the Carrera S, coupling this to the 402 hp flat six engine you are left with a car that drives as well as it looks. With only 356 examples produced worldwide this is truly one of the rarest Porsche cars ever produced. The specification includes: Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK),19-inch Sport Classic wheels, aspherical driver's exterior mirror, automatically extending rear spoiler, Bi-Xenon lighting system with headlamp levelling.
First Registration: 26 March 2010
Production models of the Sport Classic were limited to 250, making it one of the rarest Porsche models ever produced. The Sport Classic features a ducktail rear spoiler, front lip spoiler and Fuchs-style alloys intrinsically linked to the renowned and highly desirable Porsche 2.7 RS of the 70’s. UK supplied and registered, each car is numbered out of 250. This model is number 94 of 250. Each car was crafted by the Exclusive Division at Porsche and is quickly becoming a fantastic but drive-able investment piece for the future, The specification includes:adaptive Sports seats with driver memory, Sport shifter, 19-inch Sport Classic wheel, 6-speed manual transmission.
Our Porsche-trained Technicians are currently restoring a Porsche 356 Pre A.
The car has not been started for over 10 years and, as a result, one of the barrels had ceased. We are now completely stripping and rebuilding the entire engine. This 550th 356 is also experiencing electrical problems with 66 years of natural oxidization causing resistance in the wiring loom.
Andrew Wexham, Classic Technician, said ‘’It’s a unique opportunity to work on such an early luxury sports car, one that was to set a standard for years to come. This beautiful piece of engineering was once owned by the legendary racing driving Betty Haig and I am looking forward to completing the restoration.’’
As a Porsche Classic Partner Centre, we carry out repairs and restorations of all classic Porsche models up to and including the 996 generation 911 and the 986 generation Boxster.
A classic Porsche is the pride and joy of its owner. As a Porsche Classic Partner, we ensure that work on such vehicles is carried out by Porsche Classic-trained Technicians. These Technicians receive additional training from Stuttgart to ensure they have the competency to restore Porsche Classic vehicles to their original condition.
Complementing the use of Porsche-trained Technicians is our use of Porsche Classic Genuine Parts. The production and supply of these parts is managed at a state-of-the art warehouse facility in Germany which houses over 52,000 items which are sent to Porsche Centres internationally.
We also offer manufacturer quality upgrades, such as the Porsche Classic satellite navigation system for classic models. This allows classic Porsche owners to benefit from the latest technology in a style to suit their car, safe in the knowledge that any modification is of unparalleled Porsche quality.
Please contact our Classic team for details on Porsche Classic Genuine Parts and to find out how we can help restore or maintain your classic Porsche.
Your Porsche needs regular maintenance for optimum safety and performance. To help you manage the cost of this we have a transparent menu of pricing for scheduled service work and the cost and fitting of key replacement parts.
To keep you mobile and enable you to make effective use of the time whilst your car is being serviced we can collect and deliver your car or can offer you a courtesy car*. You may decide to wait at the Centre where you can use the free Wi-Fi and have refreshments or make use of a meeting room (if booked in advance).
*These services are subject to availability and meeting insurance criteria, so please contact our Service team to book and avoid any disappointment.Find out more
Porsche want to ensure you can continue enjoying your car even when things do not go to plan. Porsche can offer you a number of reassurance products to give you peace of mind that we will look after you and your Porsche if the unexpected happens.
The Porsche roadside assistance programme provides comprehensive cover in the unlikely event of a breakdown, anywhere in Europe. As part of the programme, a customer service team dedicated to Porsche customers is available all year round. They will ensure that the most appropriate kind of assistance is sent to help you, and will assist you with onward transport and accommodation, to meet your needs. If your car is recovered, they can arrange for you to have a courtesy car for up to two days from an approved list of premium manufacturers.Read more
All Porsche Centres can precision fit ‘N’ rated tyres and offer a wheel alignment and balancing service. Unique to Porsche, the ‘N’ rating is given to tyres that have been approved by Porsche engineers in Weissach. Porsche Centres guarantee this standard by only fitting ‘N’ rated tyres to Porsche vehicles.
Advances in tyre technology mean that tyre wear or even mixing different brands, patterns or ‘N’ numbers, even if from the same manufacturer, could result in an increase in road noise and significant changes in shock absorption, steering and smooth handling. Your Porsche Centre stocks a wide range of ‘N’ rated tyres for all Porsche models to maintain your car’s performance.Read more
Porsche Cars Great Britain Ltd recommends specialist independent repairers for body and paint services to its national network of Porsche Centres. The repairers must meet strict operating standards specified by Porsche Cars Great Britain Ltd. Porsche audit the Recommended Repairers annually and continuously monitors their compliance with the Porsche standard.
Please contact us to find your nearest Porsche Recommended Repairer.
A guiding principle of Porsche has always been to allow each customer the opportunity to create a highly personal car and the ultimate expression of this philosophy is Porsche Exclusive.
Porsche Exclusive provides customers with a unique, personalised vehicle that meets all of their special wishes - in terms of both styling and performance. The opportunities are endless against any Porsche model providing it is technically feasible and it doesn’t compromise quality.Find out more