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Welcome to our collection of handpicked exceptional high-quality classic and modern Porsche's.

Our goal is to have one of the largest private Porsche collections in the UK, consisting of rare cars Porsche 356 to 911 2.0L, Speedster, racing pedigree GT3RS including the ultimate GT2 models.

If you have a rare or restored Porsche for sale, please contact [email protected]

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Porsche 911 2.0L Coupe LHD Manual Gearbox Polo Red

Model Year: 1966 VIN: 3045XX . Engine: 2.0-liter . Exterior Colour: Polo Red . Interior Colour: Black .

Highly Desirable Early "Wood Dash" Short wheel base 911 complete with Porsche Certificate of Authenticity. This is a wood dash version with green detailing on the instruments, complete with wooden steering wheel.  Complete Restoration 

Complete example ready for restoration presented in the original factory colour Polo red.

This 911 was completed on 22nd June 1966 and delivered new to Henry Wyatt of Ridgefield Connecticut in Polo red over Black leatherette upholstery.

This early "Wood Dash" 911 SWB has been off of the road for the several years, but remains very original overall including much of the upholstery, factory etched glass, horn grills, bumperettes, body stampings, trim and older paintwork. The car is fitted with steel wheels.

We have manage to track down the original engine block thanks to some help from forum members the block was sent for away for a complete build up and engine rebuild and is sold with the car. 

With rapidly rising appreciation of the 1964, 65 & 66 "Wood Dash" 911s, here is a good base to take to the next level.


Porsche 911S 1977 Targa 2.7 Engine SportoMatic Gearbox LHD Black

Model 1977. Vehicle Identification No: 9117212342. Engine 911/90 6279101

Painted in black with original tan interior , the original exterior colour was brown, an excellent mechanical condition with original 2687cc engine and smooth shifting SportoMatic Gearbox Solid undercarriage and a very straight body with NO rust issues. A very good investment that is a pleasure to drive. Fitted with chrome screen mouldings original Fuchs wheels, car comes complete with spare wheel, tool kit and original Bilstein jack.

911 and 911S 2.7 CIS (1973–1977)

Model year 1974 (G Series. Aug. 1973 to July 1974 production) saw three significant changes. First, the engine size was increased to 2687 cc achieving higher torque. Second, new impact bumpers conformed with low-speed protection requirements of US regulations. Thirdly, the use of K-Jetronic CIS Bosch fuel injection in two of the three models in the line up— the 911 and 911S models, retaining the narrow rear arches of the old 2.4, now had a 2.7-litre engine producing 150 PS (110 kW; 150 hp) and 175 PS (129 kW; 173 hp), respectively.

BSA 1964 Grass Bike Fully Restored

BSA C15 250cc engine

This is an early 1960’s grass bike. One of three rode by Arnold F Perry better known as Tigg Perry- a British and Welsh champion for many years. He rode this bike to win one of his major trophies in Hereford.

It has a unique magneto and runs on methanol. The bike is fitted with a BSA C15 250cc engine.

Completely restored to its specification and original colours.

Porsche 911 Speedster LHD 3.2L Engine Silver

Chassis: WP0ZZZ91ZKS173XXX Delivered 31/07/1989

This wonderful speedster is considered a most prized possession by its current custodian who describes the car to be in excellent condition in all respects. Offered with a swath of history records that follow it through the years, this meticulously looked-after G-series speedster.

Having spent all but one year of its life in Germany, and with a very modest c.55,000 km recorded, this example which is finished in arguably the most desirable colour combination of Zermatt silver over black interior, is one of the nicest examples on offer in today’s market.

Factory Options

018         Sports steering wheel with elevated hub 30 mm

158         Radio Blaupunkt RENO SWR 46

243         Short shifter

419         Rear luggage dump

454         Automatic speed control

533         Anti-theft device

559         Air conditioner

975         Luggage compartment lining with velour carpet

In 1989 Porsche reintroduced one of their most iconic body styles – the Speedster. This uncompromising variant hadn’t been offered since 1959, a time when 356s were rolling out of the factory and the 911 was still five years from inception. The first 911 Speedster was displayed at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 1987 but it would be 16 months before production actually began in January 1989. Regular 911 Cabriolet body shells were used for the mechanically standard Speedster, these being equipped with a cut-down, more steeply raked aluminium framed windscreen and special frameless one-piece side windows.   

Both the standard narrow-body and wider Turbo shell were available in most markets although bizarrely only the latter could be specified in North America and Germany. Inside, the seat rails were dropped by 20mm, the seats themselves having been a combination of Sport backs with standard lower sections. The rear seats were disposed of and the vacant area carpeted like the Club Sport, an optional storage box (again like that of the CS) having been a sensible upgrade.  A manual heater and wind-down windows were fitted as standard. Only 2065 Speedsters were built in total all of which in 1989.

Volkswagen Golf MK6 GTI Track day / Race Car

ultimate track day Golf. built in 2017.

Volkswagen Golf Track day / Race Car

Car is a fully built from ground up VW Golf MK6 GTI built to Current VW specification. Car is also eligible for many other championships. Or simply be the ultimate track day Golf. built in 2017. 

Car has had 1 shake down at local circuit since build. 

 BODY

  • Full strip to bare shell and Jig to make sure straight before starting.
  • Full bare metal respray inside and out.
  • Full MK 6 VW Racing body kit including rear wing.
  • Full FIA approved roll cage.
  • Raised Gear tower.

INTERIOR

  • Alcantara Dash.
  • OMP Alcantara Steering wheel.
  • Carbon fibre door cards.
  • FIA approved Sparco Seat.
  • FIA Approved TRS Harness.
  • Integrated Fire extinguisher.
  • DL1 Data Logger.
  • Isolator Switch.
  • Raised footwell to allow for Pedal Box.
  • Re-coded ecus so no warning errors on dash.

BRAKES

  • OBP Pedal box with Tilton Brake Bias adjuster.
  • Remote reservoir under bonnet for front/Rear brakes and clutch.
  • New Standard Rear Brakes.
  • New Alcon Pro 5000+ Race spec Callipers with Vagbremtechic 2 piece bell and rotor Discs.
  • Pagid RS29 Race spec Brake Pads.
  • 710 Race Brake fluid.
  • All new braided Brake lines.

WHEELS AND TYRES

  • 6 x new Team Dynamics 9” Wheels.
  • 8 x refurbished Team Dynamics 8” Wheels.
  • 1 set of used slicks.
  • 1 x set of used wets.
  • 1 x set of toyo cut slicks.

SUSPENSION

  • MOTON 3 way adjustable, Remote reservoir race suspension. Has been fully refreshed with adjustable AST top mounts.
  • Audi S3 Hubs.
  • Audi TT lower arms and adjustable bottom Ball joints.
  • Adjustable drop links.
  • 3 way adjustable front and rear roll bars.
  • All new wheel bearings.
  • Fully striped, powder coated and then Polly bushed front and rear axles.
  • New track rod inner and outer arms/ joints.
  • New wheel stud and nut conversion kit fitted.

GEARBOX

  • Fully striped, inspected and any worn synchro’s or damaged gears replaced.
  • Gripper diff fully refreshed and re-shimmed by gripper.
  • Driveshafts refreshed.

ENGINE

  • Partial strip to inspect and rebuild. (like new)
  • New boost and air flow meter sensors.
  • New boost hoses.
  • Turbo partially stripped and checked. (like New)
  • New timing chain kit installed.
  • New timing belt kit and water pump replaced.
  • New oil pick up and strainer
  • All new service parts.
  • New ignition coils
  • Full racing Miltek exhaust system.
  • Single mass lightweight flywheel with Diesel clutch fitted.

Porsche 930 1977 Turbo Carrera 3.0 Engine LHD Minerva Blue

VIN: 9307700XXX . Mileage: 55,423

Re-painted 1977 Porsche 930 Turbo Carrera in the orignal factory Minerva Blue exterior with Blue Leather interior. Turbo carrera 3.0-liter built in 1977 which makes this a very rare Porsche classic.

Sunroof model with original seats.

Manual transmission 4 speeds. 3.0 litre engine with no intercooler.

Stunning and extremely rare colour combination. Its original blue interior has been left unrestored in perfect condition.

Comes with the tool kit, certificate of authenticity, owner’s manual, spare tire.

The history of the 930 Turbo Carrera 3.0-litre (1975–1977)

For the 1975 model year, Porsche introduced the first production turbocharged 911. Although called the 930 Turbo (930 being its internal type number) in Europe, it was marketed as the 930 Turbo Carrera in North America. The body shape incorporated wide wheel-arches to accommodate the wide tires, and a large rear spoiler often known as a "whale tail" on the early cars.

Porsche 911 (991) Speedster GT Heritage Design Package Silver Metallic

Model Year: 2019. Mileages: 1950. RHD Power: 375 kW / 510 hp . Transmission: Rear-wheel-drive / Manual

This Porsche 911 (991) Speedster is a stunning example of the marque’s limited-run open-top supercar, finished to a high factory specification.  The engine is a glorious 4.0-litre naturally aspirated flat-six, producing 503bhp and 347lb-ft of torque, coupled to the six-speed GT sports manual transmission. One of just 1,948 examples built wouldwide (only 5% were sold to the UK) - in reference to the marque’s founding year - the Speedster featured carbon-fibre front wings, as well as a carbon-fibre rear deck and front bonnet. It carries over the running gear and coil springs from the 991 GT3, but benefits from a more supple chassis.


Registration date: 09/2019
Previous owners: 1

Exterior color: GT Silver Metallic
Interior color: Black / Cognac two-tone leather interior (Heritage Design Package)

Vehicle Equipment:
▪ Centre console trim in leather
▪ Alarm system with interior surveillance
▪ Apple® CarPlay
▪ Full Bucket Seat left
▪ Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM)
▪ Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB)
▪ Rear axle-differential lock
▪ Heritage Design Package
▪ Sideskirts painted
▪ Transparent stone-impact protection foil
▪ 6-speed GT sports manual transmission
▪ Front axle lift system
▪ Chrono Package
▪ 20-inch Speedster wheels, satin black finish
▪ Wheels painted in satin platinum
▪ Light design package
▪ Windscreen with grey top tint
▪ Reversing camera
▪ Cruise control
▪ Two-zone automatic climate control
▪ Smoking package
▪ Passenger footwell storage net
▪ Sun visors in leather
▪ Voice Control
▪ BOSE® Surround Sound-System
▪ Porsche Vehicle Tracking System Plus (PVTS Plus)
▪ Digital radio
▪ Porsche Communication Management (PCM) including online navigation

Porsche 911 (996) GT2 3.6L Manual

Model Year: 2002 Miles: 32,000 RHD with an impressive 462bhp

A fantastic example of the 911 (996) GT2, built in 2002. The 996 GT2 was really the last of the 911 type that went without the majority of driver aids - it simply came with ABS, no traction control, no four wheel drive and a very impressive 462bhp - this combination has earnt it the nickname by some of "the widow-maker".

Finished in Basalt Black with a matching Black Leather interior - it was originally delivered in August 2002 by Archibald Motors who are the Porsche main agent for Christchurch, New Zealand. It's factory options, according to the Certificate of Authenticity we have on file, include coloured wheel centres; top tint windscreen; centre console; Porsche CDR 220 CD; Sports Seats; Porsche Crest embossed to the headrest. This is of course on top of the standard specification list for the model including the revised suspension and amazing Porsche Carbon Ceramic Braking System.

The car is presented in excellent condition both inside and out, it was brought back to the UK in 2015 and immediately went to the well-respected specialist for a major service, at this time it was displaying 29,282 miles. Following our purchase of the vehicle we have taken it to trusted local Porsche Service centre.

Porsche 911 (997) GT2 ClubSport 3.6L Manual

Model Year: 2009 Miles: 4157 UK RHD. Carrera White

The prospect of combining the most powerful turbo engine in their range at the time, with a manual gearbox and mounting them in a rear-wheel drive, lightweight 911 was the inspiration for the Porsche 911 GT2. At the same time, Porsche upgrade and modify the suspension and brakes, increase the engine output whilst lightening and removing interior components to create the ultimate driver's version of the car at that time. This recipe has been used with the 993, 996 and 997 versions of their iconic 911 model. The engine uses twin, variable-geometry, water cooled turbochargers producing a thumping 523bhp and 500 lbs foot of torque, leading to a maximum speed in excess of 210mph and a 0-60mph time of just 3.6 seconds. Additionally, for those customers who wanted to go a little further, a Clubsport Package (M003) was available offering Recaro seats, a bolt-in rear roll cage, fire extinguisher and a battery cut-off switch.

Our stunning UK supplied Carrera White car has covered just 4157 miles with a recent major service at our local Porsche centre. Above the standard GT2 specification the car was also optioned with the clubsport package, carbon pack and extended carbon pack, door entry guards in carbon, wheels painted satin black, extended navigation for PCM, telephone module and red tail lights. Thanks to the low mileage it is in immaculate condition ready to be enjoyed !

Porsche 356B Super 90 T6 Coupe 1963 RHD

Model Year: 1963 . COLOUR: SLATE GREY . INTERIOR TRIM: RED

AN EXCEPTIONAL AND COLLECTABLE RARE RIGHT HAND DRIVE PORSCHE 356B SUPER 90 T6 COUPE, IN STRIKING COLOURS OF SLATE GREY AND RED AS ORIGINAL FACTORY DELIVERED COMBINATION.

MODEL HISTORY & PRODUCTION
The first Porsche 356 rolled off the production line in Stuttgart in 1950. Production ran until 1965 when manufacturing ceased, by which time over 76,000 examples of various model designations had been produced.

It was Porsche’s first production vehicle, with an evolution starting with the Pre-A, the 356A introduced in 1955, the 356B in late 1959, and the final series 356C introduced for the 1964 model year. In each form, they were built predominantly as either Coupe or Cabriolets. Although several variations were available as ‘Notchback Coupes’ or ‘Speedster and Roadster Convertibles’. Also available in limited numbers was the four-cam racing ‘Carrera’ version introduced in 1954.

The 356 was created by Ferdinand ‘Ferry’ Porsche (son of Ferdinand Porsche – company founder). In 1972, during a PCA magazine interview, he summarises his thinking behind the concept as: “I had always driven very speedy cars. I had an Alfa Romeo, also a BMW, and others... By the end of the war, I had a Volkswagen Cabriolet with a supercharged engine, and that was the basic idea. I saw that if you had enough power in a small car, it is nicer to drive than if you have a big car which is also overpowered. And it is more fun. On this basic idea, we started the first Porsche prototype.”

This lightweight approach quickly gained the 356 its popularity, and combined with its power-weight ratio, the rear-engined layout, nimble handling, and excellent build quality gave the 356 a proper driver appeal – a proven formula that also provided a class win at Le Mans in 1951. Power outputs varied between 40hp and 70hp depending on the displacement (1100cc, 1300cc or 1500cc) through to 112hp for the Carrera versions.

The Pre-A or ‘prototype’ Austrian built 356s were aluminium bodied, but when manufacturing moved to Germany, Porsche contracted Reutter to manufacture the bodies in steel, and eventually bought the company in 1963. Reutter retained the seat manufacturing sector of their business, but later changed their name to Recaro – forming the company we’re much more familiar with today.

In October 1964, the 356’s successor, the iconic 911 made its debut – but its enduring popularity ensured production continued well into 1965.

Porsche 356B 1600S T5 Coupe 1961 RHD

Model Year: 1961 . COLOUR: SLATE GREY . INTERIOR TRIM: BORDEAUX RED

THIS EXCEPTIONAL AND COLLECTABLE RARE RIGHT HAND DRIVE PORSCHE 356B 1600S T5 COUPE, IN STRIKING COLOURS OF SLATE GREY AND BORDEAUX RED WITH CORDUROY RED INSERTS AS ORIGINAL FACTORY DELIVERED COMBINATION.

MODEL HISTORY & PRODUCTION
The first Porsche 356 rolled off the production line in Stuttgart in 1950. Production ran until 1965 when manufacturing ceased, by which time over 76,000 examples of various model designations had been produced.

It was Porsche’s first production vehicle, with an evolution starting with the Pre-A, the 356A introduced in 1955, the 356B in late 1959, and the final series 356C introduced for the 1964 model year. In each form, they were built predominantly as either Coupe or Cabriolets. Although several variations were available as ‘Notchback Coupes’ or ‘Speedster and Roadster Convertibles’. Also available in limited numbers was the four-cam racing ‘Carrera’ version introduced in 1954.

The 356 was created by Ferdinand ‘Ferry’ Porsche (son of Ferdinand Porsche – company founder). In 1972, during a PCA magazine interview, he summarises his thinking behind the concept as: “I had always driven very speedy cars. I had an Alfa Romeo, also a BMW, and others... By the end of the war, I had a Volkswagen Cabriolet with a supercharged engine, and that was the basic idea. I saw that if you had enough power in a small car, it is nicer to drive than if you have a big car which is also overpowered. And it is more fun. On this basic idea, we started the first Porsche prototype.”

This lightweight approach quickly gained the 356 its popularity, and combined with its power-weight ratio, the rear-engined layout, nimble handling, and excellent build quality gave the 356 a proper driver appeal – a proven formula that also provided a class win at Le Mans in 1951. Power outputs varied between 40hp and 70hp depending on the displacement (1100cc, 1300cc or 1500cc) through to 112hp for the Carrera versions.

The Pre-A or ‘prototype’ Austrian built 356s were aluminium bodied, but when manufacturing moved to Germany, Porsche contracted Reutter to manufacture the bodies in steel, and eventually bought the company in 1963. Reutter retained the seat manufacturing sector of their business, but later changed their name to Recaro – forming the company we’re much more familiar with today.

In October 1964, the 356’s successor, the iconic 911 made its debut – but its enduring popularity ensured production continued well into 1965.

PORSCHE 911 (991) GT2 RS Weissach & Clubsport 2018 (67) PDK

Mileage: 6,329 miles RHD Engine Size 3.8L .

 Cylinders 6  |  BHP  690 bhp  0 - 62 MPH 2.8 secs  |  Maximum Speed 211 mph  |  Torque 554 ft-lb

This car is one of the most powerful production cars ever to come from Porsche, and up there with the fastest road-going cars to ever lap the Nurburgring. There is no wonder it has been aptly named ‘The Widowmaker’ in the car world. It’s ludicrous mannerisms, phenomenal character and outright beautiful looks make it somewhat unhinged and as exciting as cars come. 

The noises it makes, the aggressive stance it possesses (along with its natural 911 curves set deep into its core) heightened by those sharp & angular additional components culminate together to behold one of the most menacing looking Porsches ever. This car is absolutely not for the faint hearted - it’ll launch its way from 0-62mph in 2.7seconds and has a ‘limited’ top speed of 211mph.

The GT2 RS is a lot more than simply a GT3 RS with a tweaked Turbo S engine dropped into the tail, although that is how the project began its life. Extensive use of lightweight materials means that Porsche has managed to keep the weight to 1,470kg, which can be lowered by nearly a further 30kg with the optional Weissach Pack. That includes items such as a carbon roof, unique carbon anti-roll bars front and rear, and magnesium wheels – you’ll be pleased to know this car has them all.

We are as ever then, incredibly pleased to be offering this 2018 (67) Porsche 911 991.2 GT2RS that has had just one former keeper, has covered just 6,329 miles and comes with a Porsche Warranty until January 2024. It has an enormous specification and is fitted with some incredibly desirable options totalling over £29,000. These include the must-have Weissach Pack, Clubsport pack, Front-Axle Lift System, Bose SoundSystem & much more. 

The bodywork is dressed in Porsche’s slick black paintwork, offset by the Gold magnesium wheels which is a fantastic colour combination. It’s a sharp and sophisticated aesthetic and is an excellent combination for the GT2RS’ overall exterior image. The Carbon Fibre components around the chassis bring extra beauty to it, as do the Yellow Brake callipers on the Ceramic Composite Brakes.

Inside, this example is finished in an exquisite arrangement of Guards’ Red Alcantara & Black Leather with the instrument dials & chrono stopwatch in Guard’s Red too. It is a simply stunning cabin. This car is fitted with the all-important clubsport pack which means the car gets the 918 Carbon Fibre Bucket Seats and with the additional Weissach Pack, the roll cage is upgraded to a titanium one. Refinery, comfort & a raucous race car edge join together to make this one of the finest cabins on a GT2RS we have ever seen.  It’s typically Porsche, and its typically brilliant. 

If you’re in the market for a GT2RS, this is without question one of the high specification cars available on the market, and of course it is presented to you in immaculate condition. 

  • BOSE Surround SoundSystem (£1,002)
  • Belt Outlet Trims in Alcantara (£260)
  • Black Leather / Guard's Red Alcantara (£2,147)
  • CLUBSPORT PACKAGE
  • Front Axle Lift System (£2,105)
  • Full Bucket Seats
  • Illuminated Carbon Door Sill Guards (£294)
  • Instrument Dials in Guard's Red (£417)
  • Leather Finish to Gear Selector
  • Leather Finish to Steering Wheel
  • Magnesium Wheels
  • Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK)
  • Porsche Dynamic Lighting System (PDLS)
  • Reversing Camera (£464)
  • Smoking Package
  • Sports Chrono Package (£336)
  • Sports Chrono Stopwatch in Guard's Red (£234)
  • Storage Compartment in Alcantara with Porsche Logo (£161)
  • Sun Visors in Alcantara (£291)
  • Weissach Package (£21,042)

Porsche 996 GT3 RS 2004 White

Mileage: 39,000 RHD Engine size: 3.6L . First registered: 09th January 2004

Transmission: Manual  |  Fuel type: Petrol  Classic and rare 2004 GT3 RS 996, with blue livery.

Vehcile Data

996.2 GT3 RS    
Years Built 2003–2004    
Engine CC 3600
Power 381PS (280 kW; 376 bhp)    
Torque 385N⋅m (284 lbf⋅ft)    
DIN Kerb Weight 1,360 kg (2,998 lb)    
Units Built 682 LHD & RHD Cars     
0-62MpH 4.4s (manual)

Top Speed 306 km/h (190 mph)

Factory Spec

002 911 Carrera RS road version
003 911 Carrera RS Clubsport
004 GT3 RS (street)
050
061 Version for Great Britain
071 EU country version
130 Control and indications in English lettering
211 Licence plate holder version 3
220
271 Door mirror -aspherical- driver's side,electrically adjustable and heatable
273 Door mirrors,electrically adjustable and heatable
274 Vanity mirror illuminated
338
416 Wheel, GT3 18-inch
426 Without rear window wiper
436 3-spoke airbag steering wheel
441 prepared for radio
466 Rear foglamp, right
480 6-speed manual transmission
492 Headlamps for left-hand traffic
534 Theft security system
536 Alarm siren and tilt sensor
554
562 Airbag, driver's side and front passenger's side
566 Front fog lights, white
567 Windscreen tinted, upper part darker coloured
574 Without air conditioner
596 Safety cage, white
598 Logo and wheel spokes in Blue
602 Center high-mounted stop lamp
620 Electronic accelerator
651 Electric window opener
652 without electric sunroof
657 Power steering
659 on-board computer
661
697
705
711
722
990 Seat covers, front, cloth/cloth/leatherette
XAA Aerokit Cup
XSE Bucket seat, left
XSF Bucket seat, right
XSJ 6-point harness
XSM Racing safety cage
XSZ Seat belts in Riviera Blue
XX1 Floor mats, logo, leather border

 



Service history:

26/01/2006 - 9,462 Miles Porsche Main Dealer ,
12/10/2007 - 9,861 Miles Porsche Main Dealer ,
20/04/2009 - 18,574 Miles Porsche Specialist ,
08/04/2010 - 22,129 Miles Porsche Main Dealer ,
15/08/2011 - 28,382 Miles Porsche Main Dealer ,
10/05/2013 - 33,380 Miles Porsche Main Dealer ,
31/03/2015 - 35,688 Miles Porsche Main Dealer ,
21/07/2017 - 37,923 Miles Porsche Main Dealer ,
08/10/2019 - 38,804 Miles Porsche Main Dealer ,

Porsche 911 (997.2) GT3 RS 3.8L 2010 White

Mileage 14.400 RHD Date of production 09.04.2010

Highly collectible Porsche 911 997 GT3 RS with extremely low mileage just 14,400, presented magnificently in Carrara White with Black Leather and Alcantara Interior.

Vehcile Data

997.2 GT3 RS    
Years Built 2009–2011    
Engine CC 3797    
Power 450PS (331 kW; 444 bhp)    
Torque 430N⋅m (317 lbf⋅ft)    
DIN Kerb Weight 1,370 kg (3,020 lb)    
Units Built 2,000 LHD & RHD Cars 
0-62MpH 4.0s (manual)    
Top Speed 310 km/h (193 mph)

Factory Spec

674 "Vehicle Tracking System" preparation
594 Alcantara rooflining
601 Xenon lighting system
839 GT3 Alcantara steering wheel
672 -2008 PCM 2, 2009- PCM 3 Offroad navigation
430 GT3 wheel, 19", central lock
003 Racing safety devices
004 RS version
022 Black-coloured instrument dials, instrument cluster
025 Black-coloured instrument dials, stopwatch
061 Version for Great Britain
071 EU country version
099 Right-hand drive version
130 Control and indications in English lettering
140 Dynamic engine mounts (PADM)
165
170
195 Battery, 70 Ah
199 Battery disconnection switch
211 Licence plate holder version 3
220 Locking differential 40 %
243
271 Door mirrors -aspherical- driver's side,
electrically adjustable and heatable
288 Headlamp washer
310
388 Sports bucket seat, left
389 Sports bucket seat, right
424 CD tray
426 Without rear window wiper
440 Antenna diversity
466 Rear fog light, right
475 "PASM" electronic damper control
476 Porsche Stability Management (PSM)
480 6-speed manual transmission
482 Tire Pressure Monitoring TPM, 433 MHz
490 Sound system "ASK"
492 Headlights for left-hand traffic
510 Contrasting colour: Red (GTX RS)
521 Tilt sensor
524 Immobilizer, central locking, 433 MHz
534 Theft security system, 433 MHz
536 -07 Alarm siren and tilt sensor
08- Alarm siren
554 Front spoiler lip included
567 Windscreen tinted, upper part
darker coloured
571 Activated charcoal filter
573 Air conditioner
578
596
605
610 DVD navigation, "Europe package"
621 12-V socket, passenger's side, footwell
640 Sport Chrono Plus package
652 Without sliding/tilting roof
659 on-board computer
663 Fuel pump activation
665 -2008 PCM 2, 2009- PCM 3 basic module incl. radio
666 -2008 PCM 2, 2009- PCM 3 telephone (GSM)
677 "Driver card" antenna
678 Alarm system connection
679 Restart inhibitor
705
708
870 Universal multimedia interface
990 Seat covers, front,cloth/cloth/leatherette
991 Steering wheel airbag module in leather
P23
X69 Door entry guards in Carbon with logo
XAA Aerokit Cup
XGB Decorative dashboard trim, carbon
XMJ Rear section of centre console in Carbon
XSX Seat belts in Guards Red
XYB Fuel tank cap in Aluminium Look
305 Gear lever in Alcantara, Black
599 Aluminium doors

Service History:

05/04/2012, 4,668 Miles, Porsche Main Dealer 

08/08/2013, 8,479 Miles, Paragon Porsche  

12/05/2015, 11.033 Miles, JZM Porsche  

29/09/2017, 12,602 Miles, Porsche Main Dealer  

20/01/2020, 13,009 Miles, JZM Porsche