As the first signs of spring appeared in Bolton last week, it offered the opportunity to give our restored Porsche 924 Turbo some exercise.
The car drove faultlessly over the fantastic moorland roads around Lancashire and attracted many admiring looks.
The car is a testament to the team at Porsche Centre Bolton who restored it to the same condition as when it first rolled out of the factory in 1982.
It is now time for the 924 Turbo to go to a caring and enthusiastic owner who can enjoy the car for many years to come. It is on display in our newly redeveloped showroom, so please feel free to come and take a look.
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