Tickets are now available for our 1987 Porsche 928 Series 4.
This is a fantastic example of the transaxle grand tourer that offered a more usable and practical version of the Porsche 911. Finished in Grand-Prix white with a black leather-trimmed interior, our 928 has a 5-litre V8 that generates 320bhp.
If you have always wanted your very own Porsche, then this is your chance to win our 1987 Porsche 928 Series 4.
All the information you need can be found on the Bridge Classic Cars Competitions website.
When our 1987 Porsche 928 Series 4 arrived at the Bridge Classic Cars workshop, it had after-market wheels on it.
We have recently refitted original wheels back onto our classic Porsche to help it look much closer to how it would have looked when it left the Porsche factory back in 1987,
Our 1987 Porsche 928 Series 4 continues to make good progress and we are looking forward to seeing what the future holds for this beautiful 928.
The boot load cover on our 1987 Porsche 928 Series 4 was damaged when it arrived at the Bridge Classic Cars workshop. Classic car technician Brian has recently repaired the cover ready for the car to eventually be won through Bridge Classic Cars Competitions.
To repair the cover, Brian first cut calico material out before glueing it to the original damaged material. He then cut out calico material for the other side of the cover and glued it to the original.
Brian then fitted the newly repaired cover back into the car and, as you can see from the photos below, it looks great!
We have recently welcomed our 1987 Porsche 928 Series 4 into the Bridge Classic Cars workshop.
It has come in for our team of classic car technicians to investigate and resolve a few issues. Some of the issues that will be looked at include inconsistent revs during start-up, the fuel gauge is also inconsistent, knocking on the driver’s side at low speed, and the boot spoiler appears to be a little loose.
While this beautiful classic Porsche is with us, we will also be checking the entire vehicle for any imperfections or corrosion issues as well as checking for any electrical issues too.
Our 1987 Porsche 928 Series 4 is already a great-looking car and we are very much looking forward to seeing it drive out of the workshop and back onto the road in the near future.