Cloth black/speed yellow
Porsche Centre Cardiff is delighted to offer for sale this very special Porsche 968 Club Sport. A true modern classic and very collectable, especially in this condition. When Porsche announced the 968 CS the mantra was reduced weight with increased performance. This still stands true today as with its 240Hp the car is still extremely capable and lots of fun. In 2015 Porsche announced their restoration competition for all of our UK dealers. They called it '40 Years at the Front' The Classic Transaxle Restoration Programme. We at Porsche Cardiff decided we were going to enter it but needed to find a doner vehicle. Having searched far and wide for a yellow car with good pedigree and a full service history, we finally tracked down a vehicle owned by Mr Byrom from Manchester. After several conversations and meetings we finally managed to prise it out of his hands. As is often the case with restoration projects there turned out to be a great deal more work to do than first anticipated. We went through the car with a fine toothcomb and returned the vehicle back to it's original glory. We gave the vehicle a full mechanical overhaul here at our Porsche Approved Workshops carried out by our Fully Porsche trained technicians. Carrying out tasks such as complete front and rear suspension overhauls, and complete front and rear brake overhauls, the engine naturally was subject to a full service including a belt change. There were numerous other parts that were either incorrect or in need of replacement too. In fact we spent over £12500+ VAT on parts alone and if we were to of charged out our labour it would have come to over £16250+ VAT. In terms of bodywork we went to town there too, in fact to be accurate our Porsche Approved Bodyshop did and they gave the car a huge amount of TLC. On closer investigation it really needed it. They repaired and restored a lot of panels and gave the car a full high quality respray costing us over £10000 in the process. After all that, the car looked abs
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