The Service Department at Porsche Centre Belfast has been working hard to complete a mechanical restoration of a customer's beloved 2002 996 911 Targa.
Not many cars reach even close to a 20th birthday, however, like most Porsche models, this beautiful example has many more anniversaries to come. As time passes by and even when mileage is significantly reduced, all cars require some attention to the components which are exposed to elements and near the end of their working lifespan. In this case, we have replaced items such as radiators, air conditioning condensors, shock absorbers and we've paid attention to the brakes with beautiful new brake calipers, as part of this repair.
This is the kind of specialist work we have secured a skilled resource for and the team here take enormous pleasure in watching these transformations evolve. By the end, the small number of individuals involved, take its completion very seriously and indeed personally, so we know that the customer will be delighted.
Please contact Steven or Paul in our Service Department if you have any enquiries and they will be very happy to guide you if you are considering work such as this on your 996 or 986 models.
Head over to our youtube channel to watch a short video of the restored car.
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