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1986 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 This lovely Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 had a fully rebuilt engine at 122,500 miles and then the gearbox was rebuilt at 136,000 miles. In addition, three years ago the bodywork was extensively restored. All this and much more work is well documented, with paperwork going back to the early 1990s, plus a stamped service book, showing that the Porsche has been cherished over the years. The 911 is finished in Iris Blue Metallic with colour-coded 16-inch Fuchs alloy wheels and the factory rear spoiler. The interior boasts half-leather seats with blue pinstripe inserts. The numberplate “C911 VPD” is included in the sale. The Porsche will receive an independent mechanical inspection, serviced and given 12 month’s MoT when it is sold. Part exchange and finance available; click here for details. RESERVED
  • Gas
  • 143,000 Miles
  • 1986

This lovely Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 had a fully rebuilt engine at 122,500 miles and then the gearbox was rebuilt at 136,000 miles. In addition, three years ago the bodywork was extensively restored. All this and much more work is well documented, with paperwork going back to the early 1990s, plus a stamped service book, showing that the Porsche has been cherished over the years. The 911 is finished in Iris Blue Metallic with colour-coded 16-inch Fuchs alloy wheels and the factory rear spoiler. The interior boasts half-leather seats with blue pinstripe inserts. The numberplate “C911 VPD” is included in the sale. The Porsche will receive an independent mechanical inspection, serviced and given 12 month’s MoT when it is sold. Part exchange and finance available; click here for details.

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1967 Ford Galaxie Fastback 289 V8 This 1967 Ford Galaxie Fastback 289 V8 looks stunning in its metallic blue (we believe it is called Viking Blue) paintwork, which has been refinished to a high standard. The interior has complementing metallic blue leatherette upholstery and is all in good condition. The bodywork and chassis have had remedial work done to ensure that they are rust-free. More information can be found about this car here, from which the following information is taken: Ford Galaxie 500 2-door Hardtop 289 Challenger V-8 Cruise-O-Matic, model year 1967, version for North America U.S. (up to September) 2-door coupe body type RWD (rear-wheel drive), automatic 3-speed gearbox petrol (gasoline) engine with displacement: 4727 cm3 / 288.5 cui, advertised power: 149 kW / 200 hp / 203 PS ( SAE gross ), Torque net: 382 Nm / 282 lb-ft characteristic dimensions: outside length: 5410 mm / 213 in, wheelbase: 3023 mm / 119 in reference weights: base curb weight: 1687 kg / 3719 lbs  how fast is this car ? top speed: 170 km/h (106 mph) (theoretical); accelerations: 0- 60 mph 12.2 s; 0- 100 km/h 13 s (a-c simulation); 1/4 mile drag time (402 m) 18.7 s (a-c simulation) fuel consumption and mileage: average estimated […] £11,995
  • Gas
  • 58,000 Miles
  • 1967

This 1967 Ford Galaxie Fastback 289 V8 looks stunning in its metallic blue (we believe it is called Viking Blue) paintwork, which has been refinished to a high standard. The interior has complementing metallic blue leatherette upholstery and is all in good condition. The bodywork and chassis have had remedial work done to ensure that they are rust-free. More information can be found about this car here, from which the following information is taken: Ford Galaxie 500 2-door Hardtop 289 Challenger V-8 Cruise-O-Matic, model year 1967, version for North America U.S. (up to September) 2-door coupe body type RWD (rear-wheel drive), automatic 3-speed gearbox petrol (gasoline) engine with displacement: 4727 cm3 / 288.5 cui, advertised power: 149 kW / 200 hp / 203 PS ( SAE gross ), Torque net: 382 Nm / 282 lb-ft characteristic dimensions: outside length: 5410 mm / 213 in, wheelbase: 3023 mm / 119 in reference weights: base curb weight: 1687 kg / 3719 lbs  how fast is this car ? top speed: 170 km/h (106 mph) (theoretical); accelerations: 0- 60 mph 12.2 s; 0- 100 km/h 13 s (a-c simulation); 1/4 mile drag time (402 m) 18.7 s (a-c simulation) fuel consumption and mileage: average estimated […]

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1991 Porsche 944 S2 Cabriolet The Porsche 944 S2 Cabriolet was one of the few cars that actually looked better in open-top than coupe form – it really is a stunning design. This lovely black example benefits from having had almost £12,000 spent on it in the last two years alone on parts and maintenance. Key work includes: New electrically operated hood. Full service including belt changes (essential for these engines). New clutch. New rear lamp clusters. New brake lines. New radiator. Plus much more. In addition to the above recent work, there are also earlier receipts dating back to 2002 plus MoT certificates to 1999. The Porsche is in very good condition, inside and out, with a Linen Leather interior. The car comes with all the original handbooks and a great service record. So many 944s are neglected and need money spent on them. This one is refreshingly different in that the money has been spent and there are lots of receipts detailing the work. This beautiful Porsche 944 S2 Cabriolet will receive a service, an independent mechanical inspection and 12 month’s MoT when it is sold. Part exchange and finance available; click here for details.   £7,995
  • Manual
  • Gas
  • 110,500 Miles
  • Convertible
  • 1991

The Porsche 944 S2 Cabriolet was one of the few cars that actually looked better in open-top than coupe form – it really is a stunning design. This lovely black example benefits from having had almost £12,000 spent on it in the last two years alone on parts and maintenance. Key work includes: New electrically operated hood. Full service including belt changes (essential for these engines). New clutch. New rear lamp clusters. New brake lines. New radiator. Plus much more. In addition to the above recent work, there are also earlier receipts dating back to 2002 plus MoT certificates to 1999. The Porsche is in very good condition, inside and out, with a Linen Leather interior. The car comes with all the original handbooks and a great service record. So many 944s are neglected and need money spent on them. This one is refreshingly different in that the money has been spent and there are lots of receipts detailing the work. This beautiful Porsche 944 S2 Cabriolet will receive a service, an independent mechanical inspection and 12 month’s MoT when it is sold. Part exchange and finance available; click here for details.  

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1977 Porsche Carrera 3.0 This is a wonderful example of a rare 1977 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0 Sport. It is believed that just 1064 right-hand drive examples were built and very few of those reached the UK. This example benefits from having had a full and extensive body restoration, with a detailed photographic record. The car has since been regularly Waxoyled to protect it. The engine was fully (top and bottom end) rebuilt at 90,000 miles. New bearings, pistons, valves and seats, camshafts and flywheel were fitted, together with a new clutch and hydraulic timing chain tensioners. Furthermore, new oil and fuel tanks were fitted, plus a stainless steel exhaust system. The engine rebuild is fully documented. The restoration is faithful to the car’s original specification, with the exception of changing the ‘Carrera’ side decals and wheel centres from black to red. The interior has its original red tartan interior which is in very good condition. A modern remote locking system has been installed. The Porsche has just had around £5000 of work undertaken, including an engine-out service, new suspension bushes, new oil lines, oil cooler and thermostat, the braking system has been overhauled with a new master cylinder, front calipers and front and rear pads. […] £69,995
  • Manual
  • Gas
  • 110,000 Miles
  • Coupe
  • 1977

This is a wonderful example of a rare 1977 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0 Sport. It is believed that just 1064 right-hand drive examples were built and very few of those reached the UK. This example benefits from having had a full and extensive body restoration, with a detailed photographic record. The car has since been regularly Waxoyled to protect it. The engine was fully (top and bottom end) rebuilt at 90,000 miles. New bearings, pistons, valves and seats, camshafts and flywheel were fitted, together with a new clutch and hydraulic timing chain tensioners. Furthermore, new oil and fuel tanks were fitted, plus a stainless steel exhaust system. The engine rebuild is fully documented. The restoration is faithful to the car’s original specification, with the exception of changing the ‘Carrera’ side decals and wheel centres from black to red. The interior has its original red tartan interior which is in very good condition. A modern remote locking system has been installed. The Porsche has just had around £5000 of work undertaken, including an engine-out service, new suspension bushes, new oil lines, oil cooler and thermostat, the braking system has been overhauled with a new master cylinder, front calipers and front and rear pads. […]

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1968 Porsche 911 short wheelbase This 1968 short-wheelbase Porsche 911 is a rare car indeed – number 115 of 473 made. It was originally a US car and, as such, was built to 911S specification with the exception of the engine, which was originally 130bhp. The 2.0-litre engine has, though, been rebuilt to S specification with Weber 4 carburettors in 1991 at 40,000 miles and now produces around 160bhp. The car is fitted with a four-speed 902/o gearbox (a dog-leg five-speed unit is available). The car comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Porsche which shows that it was built in September 1967 and registered in 1968. It was originally finished in Light Ivory but was fully restored in 2001 and repainted in Sulphur Blue, which looks stunning against the 15-inch Fuchs alloy wheels. The interior has been fitted with later 911 seats with integral headrests and these have been beautifully retrimmed, and the carpets are also new. The Porsche began life in Jacksonville, USA, then went to Santa Monica before coming to the UK in 1997 and has had just one owner since. Unusually, there are invoices detailing the car’s history right back to 1982. This 911 is a joy to drive. It feels […] £69,995
  • 69,000 Miles
  • 1968

This 1968 short-wheelbase Porsche 911 is a rare car indeed – number 115 of 473 made. It was originally a US car and, as such, was built to 911S specification with the exception of the engine, which was originally 130bhp. The 2.0-litre engine has, though, been rebuilt to S specification with Weber 4 carburettors in 1991 at 40,000 miles and now produces around 160bhp. The car is fitted with a four-speed 902/o gearbox (a dog-leg five-speed unit is available). The car comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Porsche which shows that it was built in September 1967 and registered in 1968. It was originally finished in Light Ivory but was fully restored in 2001 and repainted in Sulphur Blue, which looks stunning against the 15-inch Fuchs alloy wheels. The interior has been fitted with later 911 seats with integral headrests and these have been beautifully retrimmed, and the carpets are also new. The Porsche began life in Jacksonville, USA, then went to Santa Monica before coming to the UK in 1997 and has had just one owner since. Unusually, there are invoices detailing the car’s history right back to 1982. This 911 is a joy to drive. It feels […]

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1991 Porsche 944 S2 Cabriolet The Porsche 944 S2 Cabriolet was one of the few cars that actually looked better in open-top than coupe form – it really is a stunning design. This lovely black example benefits from having had almost £12,000 spent on it in the last two years alone on parts and maintenance. Key work includes: New electrically operated hood. Full service including belt changes (essential for these engines). New clutch. New rear lamp clusters. New brake lines. New radiator. Plus much more. In addition to the above recent work, there are also earlier receipts dating back to 2002 plus MoT certificates to 1999. The Porsche is in very good condition, inside and out, with a Linen Leather interior. The car comes with all the original handbooks and a great service record. So many 944s are neglected and need money spent on them. This one is refreshingly different in that the money has been spent and there are lots of receipts detailing the work. This beautiful Porsche 944 S2 Cabriolet will receive a service, an independent mechanical inspection and 12 month’s MoT when it is sold. Part exchange and finance available; click here for details.   £7,995
  • Manual
  • Gas
  • 110,500 Miles
  • Convertible
  • 1991

The Porsche 944 S2 Cabriolet was one of the few cars that actually looked better in open-top than coupe form – it really is a stunning design. This lovely black example benefits from having had almost £12,000 spent on it in the last two years alone on parts and maintenance. Key work includes: New electrically operated hood. Full service including belt changes (essential for these engines). New clutch. New rear lamp clusters. New brake lines. New radiator. Plus much more. In addition to the above recent work, there are also earlier receipts dating back to 2002 plus MoT certificates to 1999. The Porsche is in very good condition, inside and out, with a Linen Leather interior. The car comes with all the original handbooks and a great service record. So many 944s are neglected and need money spent on them. This one is refreshingly different in that the money has been spent and there are lots of receipts detailing the work. This beautiful Porsche 944 S2 Cabriolet will receive a service, an independent mechanical inspection and 12 month’s MoT when it is sold. Part exchange and finance available; click here for details.  

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Porsche 924 Turbo

This piece was originally written for GT Porsche magazine. My ears pricked up when the editor asked me to write a column on 924 Turbo values. As a teenager, my family had a yacht on the River Hamble and there was usually a shiny two-tone silver and grey Turbo parked at the marina – it belonged to the owner of a company there – and I always drooled over its multispoke wheels, NACA duct in the bonnet and wild Pasha checked interior. As a spotty 15 year old, the Porsche was to me the epitome of cool and success, and I aspired to own a 924 Turbo of my own someday. I never did own a 924 Turbo (although I did have a normally aspired 924 as my first Porsche) and, if I’m perfectly honest, the model dropped off my radar as the years went by. I suspect it’s gone off most other’s too, as at the time of writing I can’t find a single example for sale in the UK, apart from one sad shell on eBay that had been fitted with 944 wings and engine. That’s a shame, because it was a great looking car, the 924 Turbo, […]

Will the original Porsche Boxster become a classic?

I’ve just been writing a piece for GT Porsche magazine about buying cheap Boxsters and I dusted off a book about the development of the original Boxster in the mid 1990s. It’s a lovely tome, with stunning photography, and shows how the Boxster’s taut lines were influenced by both the original Porsche ‘Number One’ and the famous 550 Spyder. Flicking  through it, I began to realise that the first Boxster had a wonderful purity of line – everything about it was designed for a reason and there were no unnecessary adornments. It’s just like the first 996 in that respect. It’s a lithe and compact sports car. Today’s Boxster, by comparision, is undoubtedly a better car – it’s had many years of development to ensure that – but it’s also a larger and more aggressive looking machine which has lost the purity of the original design. It’s all too easy to dismiss early Boxsters as old, cheap Porsches, but they were once highly desirable and attractive cars. Take another look at the original Boxster and you may realise that, actually, it still is desirable and attractive. Will it ever become a sought after classic? Probably not while there are still so […]

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My son, Jonny Raby created this short video using Porsches we have in stock at the moment.  

Outstanding finance on a car

I was asked today what happens when buying a car that has outstanding finance on it. And that’s finance that is still owed, not finance that is in some way astonishing! It’s common for cars – both new and used – to be bought on finance and it’s not unusual for owners to then sell the car before the finance has been paid off. The crucial thing about car finance is that the money is provided by the lender for the sole purpose of buying that particular car. If the car is then sold, the owner is contractually obliged to clear the outstanding finance immediately. It’s not like a loan from the bank that you can do what you want with. If you do a car check (such as an HPI check) it will tell you if a car has finance outstanding and this can worry buyers. It shouldn’t, though, as it’s a perfectly reasonable and common scenario. When buying a car privately, you need to discuss with the vendor what to do about the finance and insist that they get a settlement figure from the finance company. When you buy the car, you then pay that amount directly to the […]

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