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1990 Porsche 944 S2 This Porsche 944 S2 is finished in rare Turquoise Metallic and looks absolutely stunning. It has had just four owners from new and has obviously been well looked after and is very original, inside and out. It really is a joy to behold and to drive. The interior is finished in Linen leather and is all in refreshingly good condition, with a sunroof. There is a modern Sony radio/CD head unit and remote locking and immobiliser system. The Porsche is complete with a sunroof bag, luggage compartment blind, and original toolkit and tyre compressor. The car comes with all its original booklets in their leather wallet, and the service record has been kept up to date, with stamps in the book and some invoices. The all-important cambelt was changed at 117,000 miles. It is HPI clear. The S2 was the last and best of the 944 range, with a wonderfully torquey and powerful 3.0-litre engine. The combination of front engine and rear-mounted transmission gives a near 50/50 weight distribution which ensures predictable and precise handling. This, coupled with unsurpassed build quality, makes the 944 a formidable machine. It is an increasingly sought-after modern classic that can, if you wish, be […] £9,995
  • Manual
  • 131,000 Miles
  • Coupe
  • 1990

This Porsche 944 S2 is finished in rare Turquoise Metallic and looks absolutely stunning. It has had just four owners from new and has obviously been well looked after and is very original, inside and out. It really is a joy to behold and to drive. The interior is finished in Linen leather and is all in refreshingly good condition, with a sunroof. There is a modern Sony radio/CD head unit and remote locking and immobiliser system. The Porsche is complete with a sunroof bag, luggage compartment blind, and original toolkit and tyre compressor. The car comes with all its original booklets in their leather wallet, and the service record has been kept up to date, with stamps in the book and some invoices. The all-important cambelt was changed at 117,000 miles. It is HPI clear. The S2 was the last and best of the 944 range, with a wonderfully torquey and powerful 3.0-litre engine. The combination of front engine and rear-mounted transmission gives a near 50/50 weight distribution which ensures predictable and precise handling. This, coupled with unsurpassed build quality, makes the 944 a formidable machine. It is an increasingly sought-after modern classic that can, if you wish, be […]

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2011 Porsche 997 Cabriolet Black Edition PDK This is a very special Porsche. It’s a limited edition Porsche 997 Cabriolet Black Edition with PDK transmission. Just 1911 examples of the Black Edition were sold worldwide, and this is number 0990 – as designated by a special dashboard plaque. The Black Edition is, as you’d guess, finished in gleaming solid black paintwork with a matching all leather interior. Wheels are cool-looking 19-inch Turbo items and there is a unique ‘911’ badge on the rear, plus ‘Black edition’ stainless steel door sill covers. Options include Bose Surround Sound System, PCM with sat-nav module, Universal Audio Interface (iPod link), Park Assist, cruise control, rain sensing wipers, heated seats and a tracker. The Porsche has covered just 26,000 miles and has been correctly maintained, and has had four new tyres fitted. It is in immaculate condition, inside and out. This Black Edition is priced the same as an equivalent standard 997 Carrera. However, if previous special edition 911s are anything to go by, this could prove to be a future classic in the longer term. It’s certainly an eye-catching car. Unless otherwise stated, all our cars are put through a thorough independent mechanical inspection and any faults found are rectified before […] £48,995
  • Automatic
  • 26,000 Miles
  • Convertible
  • 2011

This is a very special Porsche. It’s a limited edition Porsche 997 Cabriolet Black Edition with PDK transmission. Just 1911 examples of the Black Edition were sold worldwide, and this is number 0990 – as designated by a special dashboard plaque. The Black Edition is, as you’d guess, finished in gleaming solid black paintwork with a matching all leather interior. Wheels are cool-looking 19-inch Turbo items and there is a unique ‘911’ badge on the rear, plus ‘Black edition’ stainless steel door sill covers. Options include Bose Surround Sound System, PCM with sat-nav module, Universal Audio Interface (iPod link), Park Assist, cruise control, rain sensing wipers, heated seats and a tracker. The Porsche has covered just 26,000 miles and has been correctly maintained, and has had four new tyres fitted. It is in immaculate condition, inside and out. This Black Edition is priced the same as an equivalent standard 997 Carrera. However, if previous special edition 911s are anything to go by, this could prove to be a future classic in the longer term. It’s certainly an eye-catching car. Unless otherwise stated, all our cars are put through a thorough independent mechanical inspection and any faults found are rectified before […]

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1984 Porsche Carrera 3.2 Targa This 1984 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 is a delight to drive and it feels really well sorted, with a strong engine and good gearbox.The engine was rebuilt by Porsche specialist JZ Machtech 30,000 miles ago, with receipts and photographs detailing the work. The bodywork is finished in eye-catching Prussian Blue Metallic which offsets the original black Fuchs alloy wheels and rear Sport spoiler perfectly, while the original ‘elephant ear’ door mirrors have been replaced with the sleeker ‘Cup’ style. Inside, the car boasts blue leather seats with contrasting white piping, all of which is in good condition. The Targa roof is also in good condition and benefits from new seals. The previous owner of the Porsche was an engineer who undertook much of the service and maintenance himself, so the service book is lacking recent stamps. However, there are receipts for parts and the car has very obviously been looked after. In addition, we have performed a full service, fitted new heat exchangers, renewed the oil pipes and brake/fuel lines, and changed the transmission oil and brake fluid, to ensure that the new owner is confident that everything is up to date. Unless otherwise stated, all our cars are put […] £31,995
  • Manual
  • 163,000 Miles
  • Targa
  • 1984

This 1984 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 is a delight to drive and it feels really well sorted, with a strong engine and good gearbox.The engine was rebuilt by Porsche specialist JZ Machtech 30,000 miles ago, with receipts and photographs detailing the work. The bodywork is finished in eye-catching Prussian Blue Metallic which offsets the original black Fuchs alloy wheels and rear Sport spoiler perfectly, while the original ‘elephant ear’ door mirrors have been replaced with the sleeker ‘Cup’ style. Inside, the car boasts blue leather seats with contrasting white piping, all of which is in good condition. The Targa roof is also in good condition and benefits from new seals. The previous owner of the Porsche was an engineer who undertook much of the service and maintenance himself, so the service book is lacking recent stamps. However, there are receipts for parts and the car has very obviously been looked after. In addition, we have performed a full service, fitted new heat exchangers, renewed the oil pipes and brake/fuel lines, and changed the transmission oil and brake fluid, to ensure that the new owner is confident that everything is up to date. Unless otherwise stated, all our cars are put […]

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1970 Porsche 911E Targa This left-hand drive 1970 Porsche 911E Targa is a beautiful car that benefits from having had a huge amount of work – and money – spent on it in the last year or so. The 2.2-litre engine has covered just 100 miles since an extremely through – and well documented – full rebuild by talented Porsche specialist Richard Chamberlain at CTR Developments. This alone cost £22,000 and included a new clutch and heat exchangers, and sensible modifications such as oil-feed timing chain tensioners. It’s the most complete engine rebuild we’ve seen on a Porsche 911. You can see photographs of the rebuild here. The bodywork is finished in Signal Orange and is in quite stunning condition, following a thorough back to metal restoration with a full photographic and paper record. This was done by Andrew Barry of Home Grown Hotrods as his own personal project. Please click here to see a selection of the restoration photos. The paintwork has been beautifully applied and is flawless. The interior has the original black basketweave seats and is in generally very good original condition. Modern inertia reel seatbelts (with period buckles) have been fitted, together with rear seatbelts. Originally a US-market car, this […] £89,995
  • Manual
  • 42,000 Miles
  • Targa
  • 1970

This left-hand drive 1970 Porsche 911E Targa is a beautiful car that benefits from having had a huge amount of work – and money – spent on it in the last year or so. The 2.2-litre engine has covered just 100 miles since an extremely through – and well documented – full rebuild by talented Porsche specialist Richard Chamberlain at CTR Developments. This alone cost £22,000 and included a new clutch and heat exchangers, and sensible modifications such as oil-feed timing chain tensioners. It’s the most complete engine rebuild we’ve seen on a Porsche 911. You can see photographs of the rebuild here. The bodywork is finished in Signal Orange and is in quite stunning condition, following a thorough back to metal restoration with a full photographic and paper record. This was done by Andrew Barry of Home Grown Hotrods as his own personal project. Please click here to see a selection of the restoration photos. The paintwork has been beautifully applied and is flawless. The interior has the original black basketweave seats and is in generally very good original condition. Modern inertia reel seatbelts (with period buckles) have been fitted, together with rear seatbelts. Originally a US-market car, this […]

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1994 Porsche 968 Sport Coming soon. Details and photographs to follow. £21,995
  • Manual
  • 139,000 Miles
  • Sports
  • 1994

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1989 Porsche 964 Carrera 4 Coming soon. Details and photos to follow £49,995
  • Manual
  • 68,500 Miles
  • Coupe
  • 1989

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1998 Porsche 996 Cabriolet This Porsche 996 Cabriolet is a lovely example finished in gleaming Arctic Silver Metallic with 18-inch wheels. The interior features full Metropole Blue leather with heated hard-backed Sports seats, cruise control (rare on 996s) PCM (the sat-nav element doesn’t work but it’s such a dated system now it’s not worth repairing), and a CD changer. Other options include traction control and a wind deflector. The car is in great condition inside and out, and has a complete service history. We have just had the car fully serviced and various other jobs done (at a cost of over £2000) to ensure that it is mechanically in first class condition. An early Porsche 996 is a great car to drive and in Cabriolet form makes a tempting and affordable alternative to a Boxster but with the benefit of rear seats and, of course, it’s a 911! Unless otherwise stated, all our cars are put through a thorough independent mechanical inspection and any faults found are rectified before sale. They are also issued with 12 months’ MoT (without any advisories) and a six month warranty underwritten by us. Part exchange and finance available – please click the Finance button below for details. £14,995
  • Manual
  • 83,000 Miles
  • Convertible
  • 1998

This Porsche 996 Cabriolet is a lovely example finished in gleaming Arctic Silver Metallic with 18-inch wheels. The interior features full Metropole Blue leather with heated hard-backed Sports seats, cruise control (rare on 996s) PCM (the sat-nav element doesn’t work but it’s such a dated system now it’s not worth repairing), and a CD changer. Other options include traction control and a wind deflector. The car is in great condition inside and out, and has a complete service history. We have just had the car fully serviced and various other jobs done (at a cost of over £2000) to ensure that it is mechanically in first class condition. An early Porsche 996 is a great car to drive and in Cabriolet form makes a tempting and affordable alternative to a Boxster but with the benefit of rear seats and, of course, it’s a 911! Unless otherwise stated, all our cars are put through a thorough independent mechanical inspection and any faults found are rectified before sale. They are also issued with 12 months’ MoT (without any advisories) and a six month warranty underwritten by us. Part exchange and finance available – please click the Finance button below for details.

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Porsche 356 Speedster recreation Coming soon. Photographs to follow. This Porsche 356 Speedster recreation has just been treated to a full cosmetic and mechanical restoration and looks absolutely stunning. It is based on a 1966 Volkswagen with an uprated 1.6-litre engine, that has been stripped down and rebuilt with new cowling and other trim. The rest of the mechanical parts, including the brakes, have been overhauled as well. The body was, we believe, created by replica specialist Pilgrim and is extremely well built and features ‘Outlaw’ style wide arches to give the Speedster a cool Californian roadster look, set off perfectly with the brand-new chromed wheels and hubcaps. The Ivory White paintwork has recently been applied to a very high standard. The interior is finished with red leatherette seats, matching carpets and a new wood-rimmed steering wheel. This is a unique and wonderfully fun car at fraction of a price of a genuine Porsche 356 Speedster. It is beautifully presented and makes a fun summer cruiser. Unless otherwise stated, all our cars are put through a thorough independent mechanical inspection and any faults found are rectified before sale. They are also issued with 12 months’ MoT (without any advisories) and a six month warranty […] £24,995
  • Manual
  • 4,000 Miles
  • Convertible
  • 1966

Coming soon. Photographs to follow. This Porsche 356 Speedster recreation has just been treated to a full cosmetic and mechanical restoration and looks absolutely stunning. It is based on a 1966 Volkswagen with an uprated 1.6-litre engine, that has been stripped down and rebuilt with new cowling and other trim. The rest of the mechanical parts, including the brakes, have been overhauled as well. The body was, we believe, created by replica specialist Pilgrim and is extremely well built and features ‘Outlaw’ style wide arches to give the Speedster a cool Californian roadster look, set off perfectly with the brand-new chromed wheels and hubcaps. The Ivory White paintwork has recently been applied to a very high standard. The interior is finished with red leatherette seats, matching carpets and a new wood-rimmed steering wheel. This is a unique and wonderfully fun car at fraction of a price of a genuine Porsche 356 Speedster. It is beautifully presented and makes a fun summer cruiser. Unless otherwise stated, all our cars are put through a thorough independent mechanical inspection and any faults found are rectified before sale. They are also issued with 12 months’ MoT (without any advisories) and a six month warranty […]

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1986 Porsche Carrera 3.2 (left-hand drive) This Moss Green Metallic Porsche Carrera 3.2 has been owned by the ex-editor of Autocar for the last 17 years and has been featured regularly in magazine articles. The left-hand drive Porsche was originally registered in Germany and came to the UK in 1997. The green paintwork is completed by the Grey Green interior with ‘Porsche’ logo fabric seat inlays, all of which is in very good condition. The car also benefits from a sunroof and, being a rare non-Sport model, has the original 15-inch ‘telephone dial’ alloy wheels and has the clean non-spoiler look which is so sought after today. The Porsche has a detailed service record, with the original service book that has been stamped from 1986 to the last service in May 2016. There is also a large file of invoices showing that no expense has been spared in ensuring that the car has been kept in mechanically first-class condition, as you’d expect from such an enthusiast owner who as used it as regular transport rather than keeping the 911 as a garage queen, and had any work done as and when required. In addition, there is every MoT certificate from 1997, when the car came to […] £34,995
  • Manual
  • 164,000 Miles
  • Coupe
  • 1986

This Moss Green Metallic Porsche Carrera 3.2 has been owned by the ex-editor of Autocar for the last 17 years and has been featured regularly in magazine articles. The left-hand drive Porsche was originally registered in Germany and came to the UK in 1997. The green paintwork is completed by the Grey Green interior with ‘Porsche’ logo fabric seat inlays, all of which is in very good condition. The car also benefits from a sunroof and, being a rare non-Sport model, has the original 15-inch ‘telephone dial’ alloy wheels and has the clean non-spoiler look which is so sought after today. The Porsche has a detailed service record, with the original service book that has been stamped from 1986 to the last service in May 2016. There is also a large file of invoices showing that no expense has been spared in ensuring that the car has been kept in mechanically first-class condition, as you’d expect from such an enthusiast owner who as used it as regular transport rather than keeping the 911 as a garage queen, and had any work done as and when required. In addition, there is every MoT certificate from 1997, when the car came to […]

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1984 Porsche Carrera 3.2 Targa This 1984 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 is a delight to drive and it feels really well sorted, with a strong engine and good gearbox.The engine was rebuilt by Porsche specialist JZ Machtech 30,000 miles ago, with receipts and photographs detailing the work. The bodywork is finished in eye-catching Prussian Blue Metallic which offsets the original black Fuchs alloy wheels and rear Sport spoiler perfectly, while the original ‘elephant ear’ door mirrors have been replaced with the sleeker ‘Cup’ style. Inside, the car boasts blue leather seats with contrasting white piping, all of which is in good condition. The Targa roof is also in good condition and benefits from new seals. The previous owner of the Porsche was an engineer who undertook much of the service and maintenance himself, so the service book is lacking recent stamps. However, there are receipts for parts and the car has very obviously been looked after. In addition, we have performed a full service, fitted new heat exchangers, renewed the oil pipes and brake/fuel lines, and changed the transmission oil and brake fluid, to ensure that the new owner is confident that everything is up to date. Unless otherwise stated, all our cars are put […] £31,995
  • Manual
  • 163,000 Miles
  • Targa
  • 1984

This 1984 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 is a delight to drive and it feels really well sorted, with a strong engine and good gearbox.The engine was rebuilt by Porsche specialist JZ Machtech 30,000 miles ago, with receipts and photographs detailing the work. The bodywork is finished in eye-catching Prussian Blue Metallic which offsets the original black Fuchs alloy wheels and rear Sport spoiler perfectly, while the original ‘elephant ear’ door mirrors have been replaced with the sleeker ‘Cup’ style. Inside, the car boasts blue leather seats with contrasting white piping, all of which is in good condition. The Targa roof is also in good condition and benefits from new seals. The previous owner of the Porsche was an engineer who undertook much of the service and maintenance himself, so the service book is lacking recent stamps. However, there are receipts for parts and the car has very obviously been looked after. In addition, we have performed a full service, fitted new heat exchangers, renewed the oil pipes and brake/fuel lines, and changed the transmission oil and brake fluid, to ensure that the new owner is confident that everything is up to date. Unless otherwise stated, all our cars are put […]

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2011 Porsche 997 Cabriolet Black Edition PDK This is a very special Porsche. It’s a limited edition Porsche 997 Cabriolet Black Edition with PDK transmission. Just 1911 examples of the Black Edition were sold worldwide, and this is number 0990 – as designated by a special dashboard plaque. The Black Edition is, as you’d guess, finished in gleaming solid black paintwork with a matching all leather interior. Wheels are cool-looking 19-inch Turbo items and there is a unique ‘911’ badge on the rear, plus ‘Black edition’ stainless steel door sill covers. Options include Bose Surround Sound System, PCM with sat-nav module, Universal Audio Interface (iPod link), Park Assist, cruise control, rain sensing wipers, heated seats and a tracker. The Porsche has covered just 26,000 miles and has been correctly maintained, and has had four new tyres fitted. It is in immaculate condition, inside and out. This Black Edition is priced the same as an equivalent standard 997 Carrera. However, if previous special edition 911s are anything to go by, this could prove to be a future classic in the longer term. It’s certainly an eye-catching car. Unless otherwise stated, all our cars are put through a thorough independent mechanical inspection and any faults found are rectified before […] £48,995
  • Automatic
  • 26,000 Miles
  • Convertible
  • 2011

This is a very special Porsche. It’s a limited edition Porsche 997 Cabriolet Black Edition with PDK transmission. Just 1911 examples of the Black Edition were sold worldwide, and this is number 0990 – as designated by a special dashboard plaque. The Black Edition is, as you’d guess, finished in gleaming solid black paintwork with a matching all leather interior. Wheels are cool-looking 19-inch Turbo items and there is a unique ‘911’ badge on the rear, plus ‘Black edition’ stainless steel door sill covers. Options include Bose Surround Sound System, PCM with sat-nav module, Universal Audio Interface (iPod link), Park Assist, cruise control, rain sensing wipers, heated seats and a tracker. The Porsche has covered just 26,000 miles and has been correctly maintained, and has had four new tyres fitted. It is in immaculate condition, inside and out. This Black Edition is priced the same as an equivalent standard 997 Carrera. However, if previous special edition 911s are anything to go by, this could prove to be a future classic in the longer term. It’s certainly an eye-catching car. Unless otherwise stated, all our cars are put through a thorough independent mechanical inspection and any faults found are rectified before […]

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Recent Porsche blog posts

It was a new Porsche once

A colleague passed me a Porsche press pack dating from 2003. Press packs were, as the name suggests, given to motoring journalists at the launch of new models and are, sadly, a thing of the past as, today, they’re now all supplied online. Back in 2003 it was a transitionary period with a printed book combined with the then height of technology – a CD ROM containing text and images. By today’s standards, the photos seem almost ordinary without the heavy photoshopping that Porsche employs today, but I don’t think that’s a bad thing. 2003 was the time of the 996, Boxster and the new kid on the block – the Cayenne. That was it, just three models in the Porsche line-up. No Panamera, no Cayman, no Macan. The interesting thing from today’s perspective is that these are now all relatively cheap, entry-level Porsches. You can get a decent 996 for £15,000, making it by far the cheapest used 911 available. A 2003 Boxster can be found for under £10,000, while early Cayenne start at even less. All great value for money Porsches. Yet, looking through the photos in this press pack is a reminder that all these were once […]

Filming a Porsche 993 Carrera S

My 15 year old son, Jonny, wants to be film-maker when he finishes in education and he’s showing great promise already. At the weekend, he came out with me into the South Downs to film this Porsche 993 Carrera S that we have in stock. Armed with a DSLR camera and his DJI Phantom 3 drone, he was in control of the shoot, while I was charged with the tough job of driving the Porsche. Not a bad way for a father and son to spend an afternoon! He then spent the evening in front of his Mac editing the footage to create this short film. We hope to do some more in the coming months.

Three very different four-wheel-drive Porsches

Looking through our stock, it occurred to me that Porsche has produced some very diverse cars over the years, and we have three examples that illustrate this very well. Click the links in the text below to see more information on each car. First up is a 1996 993 Carrera 4S. A lovely looking 911 that boasts wide Turbo bodywork and, as the name suggests, four-wheel-drive. Traditionally, sports cars have been rear drive but having power going to all four wheels gives improved traction during hard acceleration and, of course, is useful in bad conditions. Crucially, though, most of the power goes through the rear wheels during normal driving, so you get that traditional feeling most of the time, with the front wheels kicking in only when required. Oh, and by the way, we also have a 996 Carrera 4S. Next is a 2009 Cayenne Diesel, a car that looks like it has four-wheel-drive and it has. Now, I’m a big fan of the Cayenne. It’s a car that does pretty much everything. It’s a luxury tourer, practical load carrier and tow car, yet also offers sports car performance and handling., while being a surprisingly capable off-roader. If you only […]

GT Porsche magazine, April 2016

I was delighted to receive the latest (April 2016) issue of GT Porsche magazine with one of my features on the front cover. Last month, editor Simon Jackson, photographer Gus Gregory and I braved Hayling Island on a cold but sunny winter’s day for a photoshoot featuring a 1985 Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera and a brand-new 991.2 Carrera – both finished in glorious Guards Red. They looked great with the Solent and the Isle of Wight behind. The aim was to see just how the Porsche 911 has evolved over the last 30 years and to get acquainted with the freshly launched 991.2 – the first 911 Carrera to be endowed with a turbocharged engine as standard. While the 911’s side profile remains instantly recognisable, it wasn’t until we got the two cars next to each other that we realised just how much the front end has changed in 30 years. The photograph on the front cover shows it perfectly – there is little resemblance between the two cars’ snouts. Of course, the Porsches have changed tremendously in others ways, too, and the article talks about that. And what of the new turbocharged engine? I surprised myself by absolutely loving […]

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