Porsche UK 70th Anniversary Restoration Collection

Oct 25, 2018

Category: Rides

Seventy years in business is a big deal, especially in today’s fickle world. So it’s no wonder Porsche is making such a big deal out of it, with off-shoots all around the world participating in the festivities. Porsche U.K. might have just topped them all, however, as they’ve announced they’ll be selling off 20 factory-restored and restomodded classic sports cars to the public.

Of the 20 cars available, 10 of them are set to be first-generation Boxters. The rest will be 911 variants, including those that are air-cooled, water-cooled, and transaxle. Regardless, each and every single one will feature a completely bespoke interior, a commemorative plaque, a ‘Liquid Metal’ exterior paint job, and genuine parts from Porsche Classic’s catalogue. Of course, the restomodded ones will also be receiving some modern amenities, like GPS navigation and vehicle tracking systems. You’ll have to reach out to Porsche U.K. regarding pricing and availability, but these ultra-limited cars should be going on sale toward the end of this year.

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