The 10-12 November saw the return of the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show to the Birmingham NEC, the biggest classic motor show in the UK. The event showcased over 2,500 amazing classic cars and motorbikes covering over one million square feet.
This year, Porsche Cars Great Britain has been celebrating 40 years of the Porsche 928. To mark the anniversary, the four Porsche Classic Partners in the UK restored and entered a 1978 928 into the 2017 season of the HSCC 70s road sport championship with racing legend Richard Attwood at the wheel. This car was one of the focal points of the Porsche Cars Great Britain stand at the show, alongside the famous 924 GTP Le Mans car, also restored by the Porsche Classic Partners.
The four UK Porsche Classic Partner Centres each displayed two vehicles on the stand. Porsche Centre Leeds supplied two very rare cars - a 356A and a 356B both of which generated a huge amount of attention from visitors.
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