How it all began...

 



Thank you for visiting my website.  Here's a bit of background about how it all started.


It's almost 28 years ago since I was fortunate enough to have been offered my first ride in a Porsche.  I was 19.  T
he car in question was a Guards Red 944.  It was a few years old, but absolutely immaculate and I couldn't wait to get inWe set off and after a couple of miles the driver pulled over and asked if I wanted to take the wheelIt would have been a bit rude not to, so I jumped in the drivers seat and gave it a goJust a few seconds later my life changed.  I was hooked, I had to have one, I had to have my own Porsche!


After putting my mind to it and scraping enough money together I managed to buy my own 944 - a 1982 2.5 Lux model in Saphire blue.  This was to be the beginning of real car ownership.  It didn't have any tax, mot or service history.  It needed a new set of tyres and a new cam belt!  None of that mattered though - I had my very own Porsche!


                                            

 


Over the last 27 years I've owned more Porsche cars than I can rememberModels such as 944's, 911's, Boxster's, Cayman's etc, in all shapes and sizes; Coupes, Targas, Turbos and Cabriolets. These cars have all given enormous enjoyment, and, as with any Porsche, they have been very rewarding to drive.

However, things have moved on and the hobby turned into something a bit more serious...



What I do

I specialise in supplying high quality used Porsche cars.

All cars are personally sourced by myself - and they have to be just right. Each one is bought as if it was going to be my own car... 


I buy the cars if I like them and they catch my eye.  There's no point buying them if they don't turn my head, because the chances are they won't turn yours either.


I won't buy cars that:

  • have been abused or are tatty
  • don't have a proper service history
  • aren't hpi clear
  • have an unreasonable mileage
  • are 2 or 3 different colours 

I'm a bit particular.


The cars are always used by me for a short time so I can see how they drive, and to find out if they require any attention.  This helps when they're being sold as I can describe them fairly and accurately - having used them myself.


I'm always on the look out for new stock, so if you have a Porsche you want to sell or want to part exchange for another one, please feel free to give me a call or drop me an email with the details of your requirements.


If you have a question about one of my cars, or you just want to pick my brains on something Porsche, please feel free to give me a call - I'd be more than happy to chat!


Thank you for looking.


Paul French