Classics on the Common, hosted in Harpenden, returned on Wednesday 25 July to celebrate their 25th anniversary of the popular classic motor show. At the event, Porsche Centre Hatfield was delighted to display our past and current classic restoration projects with the 928 S and 986 Boxster Restoracing project, fitted with roll cage and decked out in the famous Martini Racing design. Also on display, was our 911 Carrera GTS in Guards Red and the classic 911 Carrera 3.2, also in Guards Red.
Co-hosted with our recommended repairer, M&A Coachworks, we were delighted to showcase the elegance of the classic models in contrast to the exceptional modern models of the current Porsche range. Thiswas the ideal event to promote our status as a Porsche Classic Partner.
The day proved to be very busy with over 10,000 spectators and more than 1,000 cars on display including many VW Campervans, a Nissan R32 GTR and a 1978 Matra Bagheera, just to name a few.
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