Porsche Bolton was delighted to showcase some remarkable classic Porsche cars at the Classic car Show Manchester on Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 September 2018 at Event City in Manchester.
Visitors were immediately drawn to our Wally’s Jeans themed display, inspired by our Porsche Classic Restoracing Competition 2018 Boxster S (986).
Our Restoration car was one of the highlights of the show, along with a half-finished classic 911 shell which showcases our restoration skills. Classic enthusiasts were keen to chat to Porsche Centre Bolton’s dedicated team, who are committed to assisting customers with their restoration, parts and servicing queries.
Visitors also had the chance to view two modern classic Porsche models on the stand: a 40th anniversary edition 911 (996) and a 991 Turbo (993) - both in immaculate condition.
The event was a huge success and we look forward to exhibiting there again next year.
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