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Bore Scope Camera Equipment

25 Oct 2017 by

Bore Scope Camera Equipment

They say it’s whats on the inside that counts. That couldn’t be more true when it comes to your beloved Porsche, in particular 986-997 series. With our latest camera we can carry out Bore Scope checks with unbelievable quality pictures for you to keep on file. Alternatively if you have one of our Pre-Purchase Inspections carried out we can also involve this for peace of mind buying.

Prices starting at £150. Please call or email for bookings.

Mike Brewer Approves AW Motor Sport Ltd

01 Sep 2016 by

Answer revealed below……

The answer is Mike Brewer. 

Last week Andy had the chance to show Mike around this great example of a Porsche 911 3.2.

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Mike was very happy with the example, praising Andy and AW Motor Sport for the work that had been carried out.

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Thank you to Mike for taking the time to speak with Andy and also to Rob Smith, owner of the Porsche.

Facebook Picture

30 Mar 2016 by

Answer to last weeks Facebook picture:

On the left is a ‘2000’ 996GT3 and on the right is a ‘1980’ 911SC.

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I promise the next one will be slightly more challenging

 

WORKSHOP Magazine

07 Mar 2016 by

Find us in WORKSHOP Magazine this month for a little insight to how AW MotorSport began and our goal to provide a good quality service for Porsche owners and many other brands

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VW Karmann Ghia and Porsche 912 – four-cylinder heaven

09 Jul 2013 by

We’re working on two classic cars with flat-six four-cylinder engines at the moment, which is exciting.

 

First off, is a Volkswagen Karmann Ghia, which makes a refreshing change from complex modern cars – we dropped the engine out in just thirty minutes!

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The Volkswagen Karmann Ghia was made from 1955 to 1974 and both coupe and convertible versions were offered. It combined the chassis and engine of the Volkswagen Beetle with beautiful sports car styling by Ghia and bodywork built by Karmann.

 

The Porsche 912 was a low-cost alternative to the 911 and, instead of a flat-six engine, used a smaller 1600cc flat-four derived from the previous Porsche 356. It made from 1965 to 1969, but reappeared briefly in 1976 as the 912E for the US market only. Once thought of as a poor relation to the 911, the Porsche 912 is now enjoying a resurgence of popularity as people begin to appreciate its quirkiness, rarity and revvy little engine.

 

If you have a classic car, we can look after it for you; from basic servicing to full-blown restorations. Please get in touch for a chat.

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