On Sunday 6 August, Porsche Centre Bournemouth joined forces with our Approved Porsche Body shop Poole Accident Repair Centre for a coffee morning with a difference.
Alongside our friends at Total 911 magazine fans of all Porsche models met for a light breakfast, a tour of the facilities and unique look at a G series 911 undergoing a full restoration. Also on display was a special 991, stripped down to highlight the different materials used on the latest Porsche 911, plus a seriously impressive selection of 911 models lined up outside.
Michael Gillespie, our Aftersales Manager commented: “Events like this really demonstrate the genuine appreciation Porsche fans have for the 911. The selection of models on display is testament to the longevity of the 911. It was great for all of us to see the stripped down 991; we were all surprised to see the different materials that make up the frame of this iconic car.”
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