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  • Porsche 991.2 Turbo Cabriolet

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    Just arrived! Porsche 991 Turbo Cabriolet, just 4,400 miles from new. More info to follow. Paul Stephens - Sudbury Road, Little Maplestead, Halstead, Essex, CO9 2SE | Telephone: +44(0)1440 714884 Registered in England, no 4706673. VAT No 831040871

    Last update: 2 Days Old
    • Year: 2016
    For sale
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  • Porsche 964 C4 Targa 'RS Spec'

    £64,995

    Just arrived! Porsche 964 C4 Targa RS Specification. More info to follow... Paul Stephens - Sudbury Road, Little Maplestead, Halstead, Essex, CO9 2SE | Telephone: +44(0)1440 714884 Registered in England, no 4706673. VAT No 831040871

    Last update: 2 Days Old
    • Year: 1990
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 2.3 Sports purpose

    £99,995

    1970 model Porsche 911 2.3 Sports Purpose We are pleased to offer this exciting 911, that was completed by marque specialists Lee Mayor restorations last year. A full nut and bolt restoration and modified with a period sports purpose theme, this particular car fittingly is based on a genuine early 1970 model 911 2.2T actually manufactured in 1969. The engine is built to a short stroke 2300cc 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. The interior was re-trimmed with lightweight carpets, and rubber mats with hessian backing, Recaro replica seats (TUV approved) and a 370mm prototipo steering wheel. The shell was completely stripped and fitted with many new panels during the restoration including bonnet, wings, floor pan, door skins and rear lid. The rear wings were fabricated t

    Last update: 2 Days Old
    • Year: 1969
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 SC

    £44,995

    Just arrived The 911 SC was launched in 1977 to replace the aging 2.7. The engine capacity was increased to 3.0 litres and 180BHP which made it more powerful than the standard and S models it replaced. It also received flared rear arches similar to the earlier Carrera variants to take wider rear wheels as standard. It was available at launch in both standard and sport variants, the sport featured front and spoilers and big fuchs wheels, whilst the non - sport carried over the more delicate appearance of earlier variants with no spoilers and smaller ATS (cookie cutter wheels). At the time the Sport was visually more dramatic and was far more successful in terms of sales, but today it is the early` non - sport look` that is in vogue. Evidence of this is the number of sport models, particularly later cars that have had their spoilers removed to achieve the simple lines of the early cars. The car has been treated to a light restoration including a glass out respray in its original colour Casablanca, with all new rubbers and seals, new carpets, repainted alloys, rebuilt gearbox, refreshed/ detailed engine and complete new exhaust system. Aside from the carpets the interior was left unto

    Last update: 2 Days Old
    • Year: 1978
    For sale
  • Porsche 993 C2

    £39,995

    Just arrived! Porsche 993 C2 Tip, more info to follow.. Paul Stephens - Sudbury Road, Little Maplestead, Halstead, Essex, CO9 2SE | Telephone: +44(0)1440 714884 Registered in England, no 4706673. VAT No 831040871

    Last update: 2 Days Old
    • Year: 1994
    For sale
  • Porsche 911S Evocation

    £79,995

    1973 Porsche 911S Evocation RHD The Porsche 911S is the pinnacle of desirability when it comes to early 911s, unfortunately recent prices achieved for genuine RHD examples has put these iconic cars out of reach for all but the lucky few. We are very pleased to have this interesting 911 available for sale. Manufactured as a `J` series car from 1977 model year this 2.7 matching number coupe is one of the very last narrow shell cars to be built before the heavier 3.0SC arrived later in the same year. UK supplied from new through Ian Anthony (OPC), it is still presented in its original colour scheme of (936) silver metallic with black interior. Supplied with the car is documentation from DVLA confirming all 6 owners from new including 4th owner Mr Deprose. Mr Deprose purchased the car in July 1981 and it remained in his ownership until October 2009. During his ownership the car was placed into storage in 1999 where it remained for ten years, unfortunately during this time the entire history file was lost. When Mr Deprose sold the car to a family member of Porsche specialist Paul Devyea in 2009, he supplied a letter confirming this fact and verified the 124,000 recorded miles were genui

    Last update: 2 Days Old
    • Year: 1977
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 3.2 carrera

    £99,995

    911 3.2 Carrera Sport Coupe 1988 model with only 17,922 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 fitted with a G50 gearbox. Finished in Marine Blue metallic with Marine Blue leatherette, part leather Marine Blue interior. It was supplied new through Roger Clark Cars of Leicestershire and still has all original tools, tool roll and under bonnet specification sticker 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 in black velour, high fidelity sound system with Blaupunkt Toronto radio cass

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    • Year: 1988
    For sale
  • Porsche 993 Turbo

    £134,995

    Just arrived! Porsche 993 Turbo finished in Polar silver with Classic grey leather interior. More info to follow... Paul Stephens - Sudbury Road, Little Maplestead, Halstead, Essex, CO9 2SE | Telephone: +44(0)1440 714884 Registered in England, no 4706673. VAT No 831040871

    Last update: 2 Days Old
    • Year: 1996
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 2.4 'S Spec' Targa

    £74,995

    Porsche 911 2.4 S Specification Targa 1973 1973 was a great time for Porsche, with the 911 now a decade old, they had developed it into a range of understated but beautifully engineered road cars that were the direct result of their involvement in motorsport. The Targa version (named after their success in the Targa Florio) allowed the driving experience of a 911 with benefit of a removable panel for open air motoring and had a solid roll bar which was now fitted with a fixed rear window. Unlike a traditional convertible, this offered genuine roll over protection and virtually no wind buffeting with the roof removed. The 911S was the most powerful Targa version in period, and original examples are highly coveted today, with prices of circa 200k being commanded for RHD examples. This 911 2.4 Targa was originally supplied in RHD T specification in June 1973, and finished in Gemini blue. There is extensive and continuous history / mots with the car showing regular maintenance and up keep during the last 43years. Sometime in the 80s (DVLA records show from 1984) the engine was replaced with a genuine 2.4S unit, and with the low price of used engines at the time, we can only assume this

    Last update: 2 Days Old
    • Year: 1973
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 2.4S

    £152,995

    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

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    • Year: 1972
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 2.2 T

    £79,995

    1970 Porsche 911 2.2T Coupe Introduced at the 1963 Frankfurt Motor Show the basic Porsche 911 design would run virtually unchanged for twenty-nine years. Ferdinand Porsche had been working on the design since the late fifties as a better performing replacement for the 356. 911’s today are still reminiscent of the iconic design. The Porsche 911 quickly became successful in competitive motorsport and history records it as one of the most successful campaigners of all time. From the 24 Hours of Le Mans, to grass-root motorsport, the 911 offered reliable performance in many guises. For 1970, the C-Series 911 was introduced with a larger bore to give a capacity of 2165cc, producing 125bhp and now badged as a "T". Alterations to suspension points improved the handling and feel to the steering. Offered for sale is this US specification 911T originally supplied into San Francisco on 01.07.1970. The car is finished in the classic colour combination of Silver metallic (colour code: 8080) with black interior. The car remained in the US until 2014 when a buyer from the UK commissioned classic car restorer, Troy Lundquist, to carry out an extensive restoration of the cars body, leaving a top en

    Last update: 2 Days Old
    • Year: 1970
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 2.2 S

    £159,995

    The 911S represented the pinnacle of Porsches sports car programme in the late 60s and early 70s and for the 2.2S its iconic status was sealed when Steve McQueen used his road car in the opening scene of the film Le Mans in 1971. For many racing drivers, the 911 was the car of choice and with an increase to 2.2 litres, the 911S was now producing 180BHP at a heady 6,500RPM. It has the sweetest sounding engine at full chat and the 901 5 speed gearbox ensures you can keep on song at all times. This together with the light communicative steering ensures the 2.2S is a joy to drive and a firm favourite with 911 aficionados. We are pleased to o er this 1970 2.2S, finished in its original colour of light yellow (code 117) for sale. Supplied originally to the United States, it remained there until imported by a noted collector to the UK in 2008 before being acquired in 2009 by highly respected UK Porsche restorer Terry Allen for his own personal use. We are informed this 911 was always very solid, however given his profession, it was decided to give the car a full body and mechanical restoration to his typically high standards. A shakedown road test when completed to Bergerac without fault,

    Last update: 2 Days Old
    • Year: 1970
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 930 Turbo

    £109,995

    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

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    • Year: 1987
    For sale
  • Chamonix 550 Spyder

    £44,995

    The Porsche 550 Spyder is one of the most iconic sports racing cars of all time. Its impossibly pretty lines and diminuitive stature took the world by storm at its 1953 release and its perfect mid-engined balance and lightweight construction made it a brilliant sports car for the road and a giant killing racer on track. It took its final bow just three years later with a stunning victory at the 40th Targa Florio where the 1500cc Spyder of Umberto Maglioli demolished a field of Ferraris, Jaguars and Maseratis all with twice the engine capacity. The 550 infamously also holds the rather more sad status as the car in which James Dean met his end. The few remaining genuine 550s are very valuable cars indeed and well beyond the reach of most enthusiasts. There are numerous replicas in the market place today, but we would be surprised if any is better than this stunning little machine. It is a Chamonix car, built by Special Edition Inc. in the USA in 2009 and initially supplied to F1 Assistant Race Director Herbie Blash (he's the chap usually seen in the driver's weighing room after a Grand Prix). The firm has built similar cars for some very big motoring names including collector Jay Len

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    • Year: 1955
    For sale
  • Porsche 993 Targa

    £56,995

    The 993 series finds itself well placed in the 911 spectrum, encapsulating the unmistakable magic and unique feel of the air cooled whilst offering a modern yet involving driving experience. Three years after the 993 was released a new variant was introduced in the shape of the targa, a tradition that Porsche have adhered to since the early 70's. Differing from the early targas the 993 was fitted with a retractable glass roof and shade to prevent any greenhouse effect. This system was a complete redesign, as previous models had a removable roof section and a wide B-pillar functioning as a roll bar. This new concept allowed the targa variant to retain the classic side-on profile of the coupe whilst providing an exhilarating open topped driving experience on those days that allow you to! This fine example has covered only 62,908 miles from new, complimented by a full Porsche/Specialist service history with 18 stamps in the book. Finished in the striking Arena Red Metallic, paint code L84S. This 993 Targa was originally supplied new by Dick Lovett in Swindon on the 2nd of December 1996. This car is ready for immediate enjoyment, so please contact us today to avoid disappointment. Paul

    Last update: 2 Days Old
    • Year: 1996
    For sale
  • Porsche 997 C2S

    £42,995

    The 997 is fast becoming the most popular of the recent 911s being better built than the 996 before, but offering a purer driving experience than the technically superior 991 that followed. This is a 2009 Generation 2 example finished in Midnight Blue metallic with Metropole Blue leather interior. The PDK gearbox is a revelation over the outgoing Tiptronic, and performance is more than adequate with 0-60mph coming up in 4.7 seconds, and a top speed of 180mph. This 997 was supplied new with the following options. 026 – Sport Chrono dial on dashboard 250 – PDK Porsche Doppelkupplung 7-speed gearbox 342 – Seat heating 375 – 2-way electric sports seat, left 376 – 2-way electric sports seat, right 446 – Wheel caps with coloured Porsche crest 567 – Top-tinted windscreen 603 – PDLS Porsche Dynamic Light System (cornering lights) 610 – DVD navigation Europe 621 – 12V socket in passenger side footwell 635 – Park Assistant 640 – Sport Chrono Plus 666 – Telephone module for PCM A really nice, responsive car to drive, presented in immaculate condition throughout and has covered just 37,000 miles from new. Price includes 12 months’ warranty, finance and part exchange available. Independent insp

    Last update: 2 Days Old
    • Year: 2009
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 RS 3.0 Evocation

    £99,995

    Porsche 911 Carrera RS 3.0L Evocation (1974) In 1974, after the huge success of the 911 2.7RS, Porsche pushed the homologation regulations to the limits to develop 3.0L, adding new bodywork such as the now iconic wide rear arches and ‘whale tail’. 917 brakes were also fitted to the 3.0L to provide sufficient stopping power for the now, 230hp engine. With 59 road-going examples and only 6 of which were RHD, this makes the 1974 911 Carrera RS 3.0 one the rarest Rennsport 911’s available. This Evocation we have for sale, started life as a Porsche 911 2.7 MFI manufactured in 1973, first registered in 1974 and still retains its original 2.7 911/83 RS spec engine. Being a period correct car, it was the perfect basis for the recreation of a 3.0L RS. Respected specialist Autofarm, were entrusted with the work circa 1992, and their knowledge of the original cars ensured many period correct features were incorporated during the build. Notable upgrades include: 930 Brake Calipers/ 930 Rear trailing arms/ Turbo track-rod ends/ Bilstein dampers front and rear/braided brake lines/adjustable pedal box/ front mounted Setrab oil cooler/ aluminium strut brace/ colour coded 8x15 and 9x15 Fuchs style

    Last update: 2 Days Old
    • Year: 1974
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera

    £49,995

    1985 Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera Sport Coupe 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 sports seats as standard. Finished in Guards Red with Porsche logo interior, this example was supplied new on 18.01.1985 through Lancaster garages ltd (now Porsche centre Colchester) and is still in its original factory specification, including the original book pack together with matching service book and under bonnet specification sticker still in place. This example has only covered a mere 48,900 miles from new, averaging just over 1,500 miles per year since delivery! This is a car we have known for a while, having sold it to its previous owner in 2013 and looking after it ever since. A really sharp looking 80s 911 that drives as well as it looks complete with a Porsche/Specialist service history. With summer just aro

    Last update: 2 Days Old
    • Year: 1985
    For sale
  • Porsche 964 RS

    £199,995

    In 1992 a whole two decades after the legendary 2.7 RS, Porsche launched a super-lightweight, rear-wheel-drive only version of its new 964 dubbed Carrera RS. It was based on Porsche’s 911 “Carrera Cup” race car and featured a revised version of the standard engine, titled M64/03 internally, coupled to the G50/10 transmission with closer ratios, limited slip differential, lightweight flywheel and clutch. It also had a track-oriented suspension system with 40 mm (1.6 in) lower ride height, stiffer springs, different shock absorbers with adjustable anti roll bars, aluminium bonnet, thinner glass, Lightweight interior, seam welded bodyshell and it was available in three variants N/GT, Lightweight or Touring. We are delighted to offer this Touring variant for sale, one of just seven UK RHD cars that is supplied with continuous service history. Finished in its original colour of Amethyst metallic and still fitted with its correct magnesium wheels, it currently sports genuine lightweight sports seats, an N/GT specification roll cage and a motec management system. Obviously, these features enhance the visceral driving experience even further, however we can return the car back to its origi

    Last update: 2 Days Old
    • Year: 1992
    For sale
  • Porsche 993 C2S

    £84,995

    The Carrera S models were launched for the 1996 model year and featured the powerful 285bhp Varioram engine, wide body of the Turbo model together with a lowered chassis which gave them a very aggressive stance. The 993 C2S is arguably the most desirable of the normally aspirated 993’s with its driving experience more pure than the C4S. This is due to it weighing 25kg less allowing it to be marginally quicker over a standing kilometre, nimbler on the road and features lighter steering that gives a more communicative feel at the helm. The original 911 was rear engined and rear wheel drive with a manual gearbox, so it is fitting for this Porsche to stay true to its heritage by being the last air cooled version produced in a specification as originally intended. This example was first delivered on the 24th March 1997 via Evans Halshaw and is finished in Ocean Blue metallic with Marble Grey interior. It has covered just 57,000 miles with 3 former keepers. A desirable specification car with desirable 18” wheels and sports seats that is available to purchase today. Option codes 235 - Porsche approved tyres Bridgestone N2 or Pirelli N2 373 - Left Sport Seat w/ Power Height Adjuster 374 -

    Last update: 2 Days Old
    • Year: 1997
    For sale