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Porsche 356 Speedster recreation 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 Scats-worked 1.6-litre engine that has been bored, and fitted with uprated push-rods and twin Weber carburettors, it produces around 75bhp. It has just been stripped right down and rebuilt with a full stainless-steel dual-exit exhaust, new cowling and other trim. The rest of the mechanical parts, including the brakes, have been overhauled with new parts 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 brand-new 8×15 Smoothie chrome steel wheels and hubcaps, plus new tyres. The Ivory White paintwork has recently been applied to a very high standard. The interior is finished with refurbished 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 […] £19,995
  • Manual
  • 4,000 Miles
  • Convertible
  • 1966

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 Scats-worked 1.6-litre engine that has been bored, and fitted with uprated push-rods and twin Weber carburettors, it produces around 75bhp. It has just been stripped right down and rebuilt with a full stainless-steel dual-exit exhaust, new cowling and other trim. The rest of the mechanical parts, including the brakes, have been overhauled with new parts 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 brand-new 8×15 Smoothie chrome steel wheels and hubcaps, plus new tyres. The Ivory White paintwork has recently been applied to a very high standard. The interior is finished with refurbished 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 […]

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1984 Porsche Carrera 3.2 Targa It’s rare to find a good air-cooled Porsche 911 for under £30,000 but this one certainly is. It is a delight to drive and 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, so you can ignore the mileage on the clock – not only has the engine only covered 30,000 miles, much of the rest of the car has been restored, too, making a superb example for a great price. It has just had some £5000 spent on it, In addition to a full service, it has been fitted with new heat exchangers, new oil pipes and brake/fuel lines, fresh transmission oil and brake fluid, plus numerous other tasks, to ensure that the car is mechanically superb. 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 […] £29,995
  • Manual
  • 163,000 Miles
  • Targa
  • 1984

It’s rare to find a good air-cooled Porsche 911 for under £30,000 but this one certainly is. It is a delight to drive and 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, so you can ignore the mileage on the clock – not only has the engine only covered 30,000 miles, much of the rest of the car has been restored, too, making a superb example for a great price. It has just had some £5000 spent on it, In addition to a full service, it has been fitted with new heat exchangers, new oil pipes and brake/fuel lines, fresh transmission oil and brake fluid, plus numerous other tasks, to ensure that the car is mechanically superb. 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 […]

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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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1989 Porsche 944 S2 This is a lovely Porsche 944 S2 finished in Alpine White with a Metropole Blue Pinstripe interior. It is in very good condition, inside and out. It is a M030 specification car, which means it has Sports seats, uprated Koenig dampers and sports suspension. It has also has the decat option. It is in original condition apart from the addition of a modern radio head unit and a sought-after Porsche Club Sport steering wheel, which is a joy to use. The Porsche was treated to a major service in 2014 and has covered less than 1000 miles since. The all-important cambelt and and balance belt were changed at this point, plus the accompanying guides and tensioners. At the same time, a new water pump was fitted, and the gearbox oil and brake fluid were renewed. It has just had new rear dampers and new front wheel bearings. The car shall be serviced again before it is sold. 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 […] £11,495
  • Manual
  • 115,000 Miles
  • Coupe
  • 1989

This is a lovely Porsche 944 S2 finished in Alpine White with a Metropole Blue Pinstripe interior. It is in very good condition, inside and out. It is a M030 specification car, which means it has Sports seats, uprated Koenig dampers and sports suspension. It has also has the decat option. It is in original condition apart from the addition of a modern radio head unit and a sought-after Porsche Club Sport steering wheel, which is a joy to use. The Porsche was treated to a major service in 2014 and has covered less than 1000 miles since. The all-important cambelt and and balance belt were changed at this point, plus the accompanying guides and tensioners. At the same time, a new water pump was fitted, and the gearbox oil and brake fluid were renewed. It has just had new rear dampers and new front wheel bearings. The car shall be serviced again before it is sold. 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 […]

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1995 Porsche 968 Sport This 1995 Porsche 968 Sport is one of the last examples built and is finished in rare and eye-catching Amaranth violet with a black interior. It benefits from just having had a major service, including new head gasket, all belts and chains replaced, new water pump, transmission and brake fluid changes. This work was done by well-known Porsche specialist Russell Lewis of RSR Engineering. The suspension has been uprated with new M030 factory specification adjustable dampers and anti-rollbars, which offers superb handling. The 968 Sport is a rare-UK only model that combines the uprated handling of the Club Sport with the comforts of the standard car, thus giving the best of both worlds. It’s front-engine, rear-transmission configuration makes the 968 one of the best-handling Porsches of all time which, combined with rock-solid build quality, makes a 968 a join to own and to drive. The Porsche comes with a well-documented history file. 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 […] £21,995
  • Manual
  • 135,000 Miles
  • Coupe
  • 1995

This 1995 Porsche 968 Sport is one of the last examples built and is finished in rare and eye-catching Amaranth violet with a black interior. It benefits from just having had a major service, including new head gasket, all belts and chains replaced, new water pump, transmission and brake fluid changes. This work was done by well-known Porsche specialist Russell Lewis of RSR Engineering. The suspension has been uprated with new M030 factory specification adjustable dampers and anti-rollbars, which offers superb handling. The 968 Sport is a rare-UK only model that combines the uprated handling of the Club Sport with the comforts of the standard car, thus giving the best of both worlds. It’s front-engine, rear-transmission configuration makes the 968 one of the best-handling Porsches of all time which, combined with rock-solid build quality, makes a 968 a join to own and to drive. The Porsche comes with a well-documented history file. 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 […]

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

Coming soon. Details and photographs to follow.

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1984 Porsche Carrera 3.2 Targa It’s rare to find a good air-cooled Porsche 911 for under £30,000 but this one certainly is. It is a delight to drive and 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, so you can ignore the mileage on the clock – not only has the engine only covered 30,000 miles, much of the rest of the car has been restored, too, making a superb example for a great price. It has just had some £5000 spent on it, In addition to a full service, it has been fitted with new heat exchangers, new oil pipes and brake/fuel lines, fresh transmission oil and brake fluid, plus numerous other tasks, to ensure that the car is mechanically superb. 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 […] £29,995
  • Manual
  • 163,000 Miles
  • Targa
  • 1984

It’s rare to find a good air-cooled Porsche 911 for under £30,000 but this one certainly is. It is a delight to drive and 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, so you can ignore the mileage on the clock – not only has the engine only covered 30,000 miles, much of the rest of the car has been restored, too, making a superb example for a great price. It has just had some £5000 spent on it, In addition to a full service, it has been fitted with new heat exchangers, new oil pipes and brake/fuel lines, fresh transmission oil and brake fluid, plus numerous other tasks, to ensure that the car is mechanically superb. 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 […]

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2002 Porsche 996 Carrera Cabriolet Tiptronic This 2002 Porsche 996 Carrera Cabriolet Tiptronic benefits from a relatively low mileage and is in very good condition inside and out.It is finished in Lapis Blue Metallic with a full Metropole Leather interior. Options include 18-inch SportDesign wheels, Litronic headlamps, cruise control, heated seats, plus alumimium trim on dash, instrument surround, central vents, gear selector and handbrake. In addition, the dated PCM system has been updated with a modern Kenwood head unit with sat-nav, Bluetooth connectivity and rear parking camera. The Porsche has a stamped service book and has just been through a major service. In addition, it has just had new air-conditioning condensers, new rear brake discs and pads, and various other minor jobs to ensure it’s in tip-top mechanical condition. 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. £15,995
  • Automatic
  • 62,000 Miles
  • Convertible
  • 2002

This 2002 Porsche 996 Carrera Cabriolet Tiptronic benefits from a relatively low mileage and is in very good condition inside and out.It is finished in Lapis Blue Metallic with a full Metropole Leather interior. Options include 18-inch SportDesign wheels, Litronic headlamps, cruise control, heated seats, plus alumimium trim on dash, instrument surround, central vents, gear selector and handbrake. In addition, the dated PCM system has been updated with a modern Kenwood head unit with sat-nav, Bluetooth connectivity and rear parking camera. The Porsche has a stamped service book and has just been through a major service. In addition, it has just had new air-conditioning condensers, new rear brake discs and pads, and various other minor jobs to ensure it’s in tip-top mechanical condition. 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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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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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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1995 Porsche 968 Sport This 1995 Porsche 968 Sport is one of the last examples built and is finished in rare and eye-catching Amaranth violet with a black interior. It benefits from just having had a major service, including new head gasket, all belts and chains replaced, new water pump, transmission and brake fluid changes. This work was done by well-known Porsche specialist Russell Lewis of RSR Engineering. The suspension has been uprated with new M030 factory specification adjustable dampers and anti-rollbars, which offers superb handling. The 968 Sport is a rare-UK only model that combines the uprated handling of the Club Sport with the comforts of the standard car, thus giving the best of both worlds. It’s front-engine, rear-transmission configuration makes the 968 one of the best-handling Porsches of all time which, combined with rock-solid build quality, makes a 968 a join to own and to drive. The Porsche comes with a well-documented history file. 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 […] £21,995
  • Manual
  • 135,000 Miles
  • Coupe
  • 1995

This 1995 Porsche 968 Sport is one of the last examples built and is finished in rare and eye-catching Amaranth violet with a black interior. It benefits from just having had a major service, including new head gasket, all belts and chains replaced, new water pump, transmission and brake fluid changes. This work was done by well-known Porsche specialist Russell Lewis of RSR Engineering. The suspension has been uprated with new M030 factory specification adjustable dampers and anti-rollbars, which offers superb handling. The 968 Sport is a rare-UK only model that combines the uprated handling of the Club Sport with the comforts of the standard car, thus giving the best of both worlds. It’s front-engine, rear-transmission configuration makes the 968 one of the best-handling Porsches of all time which, combined with rock-solid build quality, makes a 968 a join to own and to drive. The Porsche comes with a well-documented history file. 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 […]

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Recent Porsche blog posts

Ian Raby – racing driver

Someone popped in this morning asking if I was related to Ian Raby. I’m not but he do know he was a racing driver in the 1950s and 1960s. Ian Raby was born in Woolwich and became a car dealer in Brighton. He began racing in 500cc Formula 3 in the 1950s, initially with a self-built car he called ‘Puddle Jumper’ (because of its low ground-clearance), and later in Coopers. He then switched to sportscars for a while and drove with Jack Brabham in the 1957 Le Mans 24 Hour race before returning to single-seater racing. At the start of the 1960s, Ian Raby bought a Gilby-BRM and raced in three World Championship events in 1963. At the British Grand Prix at Silverstone, he retired with gearbox failure after 59 laps, and failed to qualify for the German and Italian races. The following year, Raby drove a Brabham-BRM in the British and Italian Grands Prix, but crashed out of the former and did not qualify for the latter. Ian Raby stuck with the same car for 1965 and managed to finish the British Grand Prix in 11th place, but did not qualify for the other event he entered that season: […]

Porsche emojis for iOS10’s iMessages

Apple has just updated its mobile operating system to iOS10, which introduces lots of great new features and functions to your iPhone and iPad. One new feature is the ability to add ‘stickers’ to messages sent via iMessage. The system comes with a few stickers included and you can then add others from third parties. I was particularly taken with a set of Porsche emojis supplied by Automoji. They feature no less than 52 stylised front-end images of Porsches. It’s an eclectic mix of cars, including every Porsche Le Mans winner, a 924 Turbo, and even a 914, including a range of 356s and, of course, 911s. There are no Cayennes or Panameras yet, but maybe they’ll arrive in a later update. The pack costs just 79p and you can get it by clicking here.

Porsches have got cheaper over the years

Take a look at this Fact File page from a 1990 issue of 911 & Porsche World magazine. Back then, Porsche offered just three model ranges – the 944, 911 (in 964 guise) and 928. Today, there are six, which many more options within each range. What is more striking, though, are the prices of the cars. The entry-level model was the 944 and that starts at £34,641.55, which according to this calculator equates to almost £78,000 in today’s money. Compare that to a 2016 718 Cayman, the current entry-level Porsche, which comes in at under £40,000. A veritable bargain. The 911, meanwhile, cost from £45,820.51 in 1990 for a 964 Carrera 2 coupe. Using our calculator again, that’s almost £103,000 in 2016 values. Today, the cheapest 991 model 911 is £76,412. It’s also interesting to note that the most expensive Porsche for sale in 1990 was the 928, with the range-topping GT costing £62,615.58 – the equivalent of a whopping £140,640 in today’s money. That would buy you a new 991 Turbo S. If you’d bought a 911 back in 1990, you’d have done pretty well as, today, it could be worth almost what you paid for it, assuming […]

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 […]

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