Porsche Centre Leeds, in association JCT600 Bodyclinic Ltd, is proud to have participated in the 2016 Classic Restoration Competition. The winners were announced at the Silverstone Classic event on 29 to 31 July and while we did not win an award, it was an absolute pleasure to be amongst the other competition entries.
Over the past ten months the Classic Restoration team has worked vigorously to bring this unloved 928 S 4 Coupé back to its original condition. The transformation has been a truly captivating journey and the 928 S 4 Coupé is once again a stunning Porsche. Congratulations to all our team and the JCT600 Body Clinic Ltd for achieving this phenomenal success in restoring this vehicle.
The Classic Restoration Competition encourages Porsche Centres from around the UK to take a neglected Porsche car and restore it back to its factory finish. While the last two years have focused on 911 models, the theme of the 2016 competition celebrated ‘40 years at the front’, coinciding with the 40th anniversary of the launch of the first ‘transaxle’ car from Porsche, the 924.
The 928 will now join the other front-engine classic restoration entries for a parade lap around the legendary Nürburgring Nordschleife race circuit in Germany.
We would like to congratulate the 2016 Porsche Restoration Competition winners.
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