With over three quarters of all Porsches ever sold still on the road, Porsche is celebrating the tenacity of its most iconic model, the Porsche 911, by inviting owners to a Service Clinic at their local Porsche Centre on Saturday 16th October 2010.
The national Porsche 911 Service Clinic provides owners with a complimentary inspection and the opportunity to accompany the technician and view their car in a state of the art Porsche workshop. Owners can experience first hand the passion and expertise of the technicians devoted to ensuring the cars continue to deliver maximum performance and driving pleasure.
In celebration of the Porsche 911 range and for customers to learn more about their model's heritage and technical highlights, each Porsche Centre will showcase a classic Porsche 911 display, provide four wheel alignment demonstrations and invite visitors to enter a prize draw offering the chance to win a detailed 1:18 scale model of the Porsche 901 (1964) from the Porsche Design Driver's Selection range.
The Porsche 911 Service Clinic follows the highly successful Boxster Service Clinic held earlier in the year, which serviced over 440 Porsche Boxsters around the country in one day.
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