Porsche 996 GT2 MK1 RHD 2003. Launched for 2001 model year, the 996 GT2 arrived with a twin turbocharged GT3 specification engine producing 462BHP through a stiffened rear wheel drive chassis. With 0-60 MPH in 3.7 seconds, 0-125mph in 11.6 seconds and a top speed just shy of 200mph and with no driver aids, the GT2 makes for a formidable and focussed driving experience that punishes inexperienced drivers who over step the mark hence acquiring the nickname `the widow maker`. A car we have owned before, this example is finished in Lapis Blue pearl and is in excellent condition throughout, no accident damage and just 46,000 miles from new with supporting service history, the car has also been fitted with a stainless-steel exhaust system by Milltek, the original exhaust system is supplied with the car. Rare, low number 911's are still hot property, and with only 113 mk1's registered in the UK, this car certainly falls into that catagory. A great drive but also a shrewd investment too. Paul Stephens - Sudbury Road, Little Maplestead, Halstead, Essex, CO9 2SE | Telephone: +44(0)1440 714884 Registered in England, no 4706673. VAT No 831040871 Subscribe to be kept up-to-date with all things
911 3.2 Carrera Sport Coupe 1989 model with only 12,000 miles from new! The eighties were fantastic times for Porsche and the 911 was a desirable sports car that unlike most of its rivals could genuinely be used every day. For the 1984 model year the iconic Carrera name was to be seen on a standard 911 for the first time and with a new 3.2 litre engine would now comfortably exceed 150mph. The 911 Carrera `Sport` featured front and rear spoilers, 16 inch Fuchs wheels, Bilstein shock absorbers and electric sports seats as standard, whilst later variants featured the much stronger G50 gearbox. This example is a genuine UK Sport model and one of the very last J programme 89 model year cars. Finished in velvet red metallic with black pinstripe interior, it was supplied new through Malaya Garage of Billinghurst and still has its original bill of sale,all original tools, tool roll and original book pack together with matching service book and under bonnet specification stickers still in place. The factory supplied specification was as follows: UK C16 Sport Coupe with front and rear spoilers, sport shock absorbers, sports seats with electric height adjustment, luggage compartment trimmed i
The iconic Porsche 930 Turbo remains one of the most recognised and popular of all 911's, and introducing the world to the widest bodied 911 to date, with performance to match, it really was the beginning of all things turbo charged in the world of Porsche. The 930 Turbo was very much regarded as a supercar of the Seventies and Eighties that was loved by many for its wide rear arches and its phenomenal performance figures. Unbelievably this 930 Turbo Coupe has only covered a mere 43,900 miles since 1987, an average of just over 1,500 miles each year. The original service book is still retained with the car and shows a total of 10 service stamps over the years. This 4-speed 930 Turbo was originally supplied into Porsche Aachen Germany and has only recently come into the UK. This example was supplied new on the 5th of February 1987 with the following option codes: Heated seats, higher amperage battery, locking differential, passenger side mirror convex, and sunroof. This fine example is finished in Marine Blue, paint code L35V, with a beautiful linen leather interior. The headlining is still taught and seats bolsters don’t show any signs of significant wear. Viewing this iconic Porsc
The 1980’s were marvellous times for Porsche, and the 911 was a desirable sports car that unlike most of its rivals could genuinely be used every day. For the 1984 model year, the iconic Carrera name was to be seen on a standard 911 for the first time and with a new 3.2 litre engine would now comfortably exceed 150mph. The 911 Carrera `Sport` featured front and rear spoilers, 16 inch Fuchs wheels, Bilstein shock absorbers and electric sports seats as standard, whilst the final variants featured the much stronger and desirable G50 gearbox. This example is a genuine UK Sport model with a G50 gearbox finished in guards red with linen interior. Supplied new through Gordon Ramsay ltd Official Porsche Centre of Newcastle Upon Tyne in August 1988, it still has all the original tools, original book pack together with service book sticker still in place. The factory supplied specification was as follows: - 330: Blaupunkt Radio - 335: Rear seat belts - 383: Sports seat, left - 387: Sports seat, right - 395: Light metal wheels, forged - 425: Rear wiper - 473: Front and rear spoilers - 474: Bilstein Shock absorbers - 494: Rear shelf speakers - 567: Windshield green graduated tint - 650: Sunroo
1970 model Porsche 911 2.3ST Hotrod We are pleased to offer this exciting 911 Hotrod that has just been completed by marque specialists Lee Mayor restorations. The 911ST was a low volume competition special that found success in circuit racing and rallying in the early 1970's. Initially these were based on the 2.2 litre cars with their capacity extended to 2.3 litres and were assembled by the factory or privateers using factory upgrade kits. Because of this, the appearance often varied from car to car depending whether it was a circuit racer or rally car. This particular car is inspired by the ST and fittingly is based on a genuine early 1970 model 911 2.2T actually manufactured in 1969. The engine is built to a short stroke 2.3cc specification using over -sized high compression pistons and barrels with S cam shafts, S cylinder heads and Weber carburettors, using original 1970 crank cases. The gearbox is the correct 901 1970 Magnesium cased unit and both the engine and gearbox were built by the highly regarded Mike Bainbridge. All chrome work is either new or the original re-furbished and the wheels are correctly restored Fuchs 7" & 8" x 15's with Porsche approved Pirelli tyres. Th
In 1984 Porsche introduced the 911 3.2 Carrera, the first 911 to feature the iconic Carrera badge as standard. Due to advances in engine reliability this car was unique in its ability to be used every day, something that couldn’t be said by most of its rivals at the time. The new 3.2 litre engine also meant that the 911 could now effortlessly exceed 150mph, meaning owners could go on long journeys or tour with their cars while still being comfortable, an accolade which still stands. The 911 Carrera `Sport` featured front and rear spoilers, 16 inch Fuchs wheels, Bilstein shock absorbers and electric sports seats as standard, whilst later variants featured the much stronger G50 gearbox. This example is a genuine UK Sport model and being an 89 model is the final evolution of the 3.2 Carrera. Finished in the classic colour scheme of guard’s red with Linen leather interior, it was supplied new on 08.03.1989 through Heddell & Deeks Official Porsche centre and still has all the original tools, tool roll and original book pack together with matching service book. In every other respect, aside from a recent Becker head unit, this 911 remains in the same specification as it left the factory.
The 911S represented the pinnacle of Porsche's sports car programme in the early 1970s, bettered only in performance terms by the 2.7RS. With 0-60mph coming up in 6.6 seconds and a top speed of 144mph, the 2.4S was Porsches answer to the slower 246 Dino from Ferrari. For the 1972 model year, the oil tank was moved further forward to enhance the handling of the 911 and featured a distinctive oil flap on the right-hand rear wing where the oil could be topped up. Unfortunately, errant petrol pump attendants often used this by mistake to fill the car with fuel, so this feature was dropped for 1973 making these `oil klapper` 911s very rare today. Add to this the improved stability and the enlarged 2.4-litre flat-6 engine, and it is easy to see how these changes and detail improvements all served to produce a car which rewards the driver with a gutsy, tenacious driving experience. This example is an original LHD example with its matching numbers engine, confirmed by its Porsche Certificate of Authenticity. First registered in March 1972, this 2.4 911S Coupe is presented in its original Light Ivory with a black interior specification. The car was initially built for the Italian market, mo
The Carrera 3.0 replaced the 2.7 Carrera and was virtually identical in specification except for the 200BHP 3.0 engine. It was produced for only 2 years from late 1975 to 1977 making it one of the rarer 911's available today. The Carrera 3 is fitted with period brightwork around the windows and headlights and features a significantly stronger 3.0 litre 200bhp engine. Scarcity is, of course, the key to future residual strength and a good Carrera 3 could well represent a sensible investment as well as being an enjoyable car to own and drive. This Carrera 3 has now covered a total of 88,000 miles and has spent the majority of its life in main land Europe. It is believed that the car was ordered new into the UK but in left hand drive specification. Shortly after being supplied, the car resided in Spain with the same keeper. The car then returned to the UK where a friend of the previous keeper purchased the car and immediately took the car back to Mallorca. It was at this time that the keeper we bought the car from aspired to one day own a similar 911. He was eventually given the opportunity to buy this Carrera 3 in 2006/7, an offer that he couldn’t refuse. In 2008/9 the car was driven