At our Porsche restoration shop, we pride ourselves on our ability to bring vintage Porsches back to life. We’ve seen some incredible transformations over the years, and we’re excited to share some of the most impressive before-and-after photos with you.
Restoring a classic Porsche can be a daunting task, but with the right team of experts, it’s possible to achieve stunning results. From engine rebuilds to bodywork, our skilled technicians have the knowledge and experience to tackle even the most challenging projects.
In this article, we’ll showcase some of our favorite Porsche restorations and discuss the steps involved in bringing these beautiful cars back to their former glory.
The 1964 Porsche 356C
One of our most challenging restorations was a 1964 356 Porsche Restorations. When it arrived at our shop, it was in rough shape, with rusted-out floorboards and a cracked engine block. But despite its condition, we saw the potential in this classic Porsche.
We began by removing the engine and sending it off for a complete rebuild. While the engine was being worked on, our bodywork team got to work on repairing the rusted-out floorboards and restoring the body to its original shape.
Once the engine was back in place, we installed a new exhaust system, fuel lines, and electrical components. We also upgraded the suspension and brakes to improve the car’s handling and safety.
The final result was a stunning 1964 Porsche 356C that looked and drove like it had just rolled off the factory floor. The car’s owner was thrilled with the restoration, and we were proud to have played a part in bringing this beautiful car back to life.
The 1973 Porsche 911T
Another challenging restoration we undertook was a 1973 Porsche 911T. This car had been sitting in a garage for over a decade, and it showed. The engine was seized, and the body was covered in rust and dents.
We began by completely disassembling the car and cataloging every part. We sent the engine off for a complete rebuild and began the process of restoring the bodywork.
Our technicians painstakingly removed every dent and replaced every rusted panel with new metal. We also added some subtle modifications, including a front lip spoiler and a new set of Fuchs wheels.
Once the engine was rebuilt and the bodywork was complete, we reassembled the car and gave it a fresh coat of paint. The final result was a stunning 1973 Porsche 911T that looked and drove better than it did when it was new.
The 1989 Porsche 911 Carrera
Not all of our restorations involve classic Porsches from the 1960s and 1970s. We also work on newer models, like this 1989 Porsche 911 Carrera.
When this car came to us, it was showing its age. The paint was faded, the leather seats were cracked, and the engine was starting to lose power.
We began by giving the car a thorough cleaning, inside and out. We then sent the engine off for a complete rebuild and replaced the worn-out leather seats with new ones.
To update the car’s look, we installed a new set of wheels and a custom exhaust system. We also added some subtle modifications, including a front lip spoiler and a rear wing.
The final result was a stunning 1989 Porsche 911 Carrera that looked and drove better than it did when it was new. The car’s owner was thrilled with the restoration, and we were proud to have played a part in bringing this beautiful car back to life.