At Porsche Centre Belfast we don't just concern ourselves with the newer range of Porsche models, our highly skilled Technicians and Aftersales Department have recently undertaken a project to restore a 911 964 Targa.
Having hibernated undercover in our workshop for a few months, we are delighted to confirm that we are now making good progress in restoring the model and the reconstruction of the suspension has begun. The two large rear suspension arms are currently being retreated and will be ready shortly. The new bushes are being fitted and the struts have been stripped, painted and reassembled. We are looking forward to starting the next phase of the restoration with the brake overhaul.
Keep an eye on our Facebook page for more updates on our restoration project. Please contact Porsche Centre Belfast on 028 9038 9999 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for any other Porsche requirements.
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