On Sunday 9 July, Porsche Centre Hatfield supported the Classic Motor Show at Hatfield House.
The Classic Motor Show features a variety of vehicles from classic icons to old school American muscle cars such as the famous Pontiac KITT car and Ford Gran Torino from TV shows such as Knight Rider and Starsky and Hutch.
With a classic motor show on our doorstep at the historic Hatfield House and gardens, Porsche Centre Hatfield was delighted to take part and showcase our classic partner status with a display of classic and new Porsche cars.
On display and proving a popular attraction on the day was our 911 2.7S. First registered in 1976 at a Porsche Centre in Los Angeles, the car has only ever had one owner and has maintained its original factory underseal.
We also showcased our Porsche 928 race car project. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the 928, Porsche Classic Partner Hatfield, in collaboration with the other three UK Porsche Classic Partners and Porsche Recommended Repairer Road & Race Restorations, have been restoring a 1978 Porsche 928. This track-prepared classic will be racing in the 2017 season of the HSCC 70’s Roadsport Championship, driven by Le Mans legend Richard Attwood.
We were delighted to present our past and current restoration projects: the 928 S and 914. Last year, Porsche Centre Hatfield, in conjunction with M&A Coachworks, fully restored the 928 S. The 928 S restoration project is a fantastic showcase of the capability and specialist knowledge of our service team. Our next restoration challenge is a much neglected Porsche 914 which was on display at the motor show. With its last service documented on 12 May 1981, the 914 was the ideal Porsche to return to its former glory. Learn more about our 914 restoration project.
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