2017 marked the 20th anniversary of the 986 Boxster, a car that fundamentally shaped the Porsche business and brought a whole new generation of customers to the brand. To celebrate that era for the 986 Boxster, Porsche Cars Great Britain are hosting the Porsche Classic Restoracing Competition 2018.
Porsche Centre Wilmslow is delighted to take part in the project, with our team members Jack Williams, Alistair Nelson, Sam Beckett, Ben Bennett, Mike Rae, Collin Walton, Geoff Worth, Phill Porter and Oliver Peoples, making excellent work on the project so far. The transformation to turn an every day sports car to a race car started in August with the engine and gearbox removed, stripped and rebuilt. As well as the removal of the seats, door cards and carpets, to prep the car for the fitment of the roll cage.
Our 986 is currently undergoing extra paint work at Road and Race Restorations Ltd and we look forward to its return to continue the project.
Please contact Jason Shenton by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like futher information, or to discover our Restoracing project for yourself.
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