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Top 5 Classic Sports cars

April 25th, 2017

B -Roads, nice weather but what car would you love to be driving? Here at Heritage Classic Car Insurance we have chosen 5 classic sports cars to feast your eyes on.

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Top ten eighties classic cars

April 6th, 2017

Heritage Classic Car Insurance take a look back at the eighties classic cars that are now becoming the cars to look out for today.

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Porsche 928 (1978 – 1987)

January 31st, 2017

Porsche had been debating whether to add a more comfortable and practical car to their line up of sports cars.

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Porsche 911S (1966 – 1973)

December 1st, 2016

The real “classic 911”. The long lived success of the classic Porsche 911 is down to constant evolution, and just two years after it was introduced to the public it had already started to improve with the Porsche 911S model becoming the flagship car constantly upping the ante.

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Porsche 924 (1976-1988)

October 3rd, 2016

The Porsche 924 was a financial stabiliser when the company was at a low in the mid – seventies originally designed by Porsche and commissioned out to VW using many VW/Audi parts and then being sold back to Porsche when VW changed their initial plans. Early models namely pre 1980 cars were not fully galvanised so although all 924 will show signs of rust if not treated accordingly the earliest models will generally be the worst.

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Porsche 944 Turbo (1985-1991)

August 22nd, 2016

The Porsche 944 was all the good bits of the 924 with added 928 sparkle. The 944 bridged the gap between the 924 and the 911 and was accepted as a true Porsche unlike the 924 although it came from the same factory which was Audi in Neckarsulm. With a 2.5 litre inline four cylinder engine developed by Porsche it had the right credentials to earn its status in the family album.

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Porsche 911 Turbo 930 (1975-1989)

August 12th, 2016

It was in 1963 that Porsche launched the 901 at the IAA in Frankfurt as the successor to the 356 model. It wasn’t long after that thanks to Peugeot who had patented the use of all three digit numbers with a ‘0’ in the middle that Porsche changed their new sports car to the 911 we all know and love today. Originally built only as a Coupé, the 911 had an integral body-frame and was powered by a new 2.0-litre flat-six engine, which initially delivered 130 hp. A Targa version was introduced in 1967 with a permanently mounted roll-over bar and removable soft top. The 911 was more powerful, bigger and more comfortable than the car it replaced with the air cooled engine rear mounted with an internal lay out being 2+2.

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