Porsche is all set to enter into its heritage world by opening the first Prosche Classic Centre tomorrow in Gelderland, Netherlands. The main focus of Porsche Classic Center Gelderland is exclusively on sales and services of classic models. From 356 Speedsters to 959 supercars, this new centre will also provide the restoring of the vintage models.
Porsche is plannning to open a number of other Classic Centers across the globe, considering few locations in Australia, Belgium, Canada and the United States. The company already has 24 Porsche Classic Partners on a global scale, out of which the majority are located in Germany and the others in Estonia, France, the United Kingdom, Italy, Japan, Switzerland, Hungary, South Africa, Thailand and the United Arab Emirates.
We know, more than seventy percent of Porsche models produced from Zuffenhausen, Stuttgart are still rolling on the streets these days. Looking at this, the company is also planning to expand the Porsche Classic Partners network across 100 locations by 2018. Many of these locations will include long-established Porsche dealerships with additional support and training for work on old models. Porsche will provide the classic owners with repair and maintenance work, as well as partial and complete overhauls for their classic cars.
Porsche stores will have a separate area for classic cars to help distinguish them from traditional dealerships. The stores will offer its customers to access approximately 52,000 original spares. This section is dedicatedly for classic vehicles and parts on display as well as knowledgeable staff that can help customers with their questionings.