Virages Events et le Porsche Centre Liège sont heureux de vous présenter la toute première édition du PORSCHE CLASSIC TOUR EXPERIENCE les 27 & 28 mai 2023.
Le PORSCHE CLASSIC TOUR EXPERIENCE est un rassemblement automobile réservé aux véhicules Porsche®, exclusivement de la 356 à la 993. Sont exclues les répliques.
Si vous êtes l’heureux possesseur d’une "Porsche Classic", ce week-end sera l’occasion unique de vous rencontrer, d’échanger et de partager en toute convivialité le plaisir de parcourir les routes de la Basse-Meuse, du Pays de Herve et du tout proche Limbourg Hollandais (NL). Soyez attentif à la législation sur l'usage des plaques Z au Pays-Bas.
IMPORTANT : afin de garantir la qualité accordée à cette organisation, nous avons volontairement LIMITÉ le nombre d'équipages acceptés. Avec notamment pour la formule FULL PACK WEEK-END un maximum de 30 chambres disponibles!
Il est donc important de ne pas tarder à vous inscrire pour être certain de figurer sur la liste des participants à ce tout premier événement 100% PORSCHE CLASSIC organisé en Wallonie (enfin presque ;) ....
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The 356 is a sports car that was built by Porsche between 1950 and 1965. This was the first production car that the company ever made. The car is a light two-door that has an engine at the rear and back-wheel drive. One of its distinguishing characteristics is superb handling. The car was available either open or with a hardtop.
The original 356 model was manufactured in Austria and around 50 were constructed before the factory was moved to Germany. In the years of production, 76,000 were made and around 50 per cent have survived.
356 pre-A - 356A - 356B - 356C
The Porsche 911 is a two door, high performance car that has been in production since 1963. It is made by Porsche AG, Germany. Generally, it features a distinctive design that has undergone minor changes since the original and comes with a rear-mounted engine, and an independent rear suspension. Throughout its existence, the model has been subjected to modifications by racing teams around the world, and is one of the most successful rallying cars ever made.
911 Carrera RS - 911 - 911S 2.7
Carrera 2.7 - Carrera 3.0 - 930 Turbo
Turbo Carrera 3.0-litre - 930 Turbo 3.3-litre - 911SC - Carrera 3.2.
The Porsche 912 was an sports car produced by Porsche of Germany from 1965 until 1969, and then briefly manufactured again during the mid 1970s. The car was a commercial success and even managed to outsell the iconic Type 911 during its first few years on the market, aided in part by its more affordable price.
912 - 912E
The Porsche 914, sometimes known as the VW-Porsche 914, was a two-seater sports car, which was manufactured between 1969 and 1976. Marketed as a joint venture between Porsche and Volkswagen, the vehicle featured Porsche's patented Targa top and utilised existing Volkswagen engines, making it an affordable and stylish car.
914 - 914/6
1989 was a year when the Porsche 911 got more than a few developments, which were embodied in the Type 964. It was however introduced to the market as the Carrera 4, with the “4” standing for four-wheel-drive. Some of the new features on the car included a rear spoiler which deployed at high speeds, coil springs, power steering, ABS brakes, and a 3600 cc engine.
The Porsche 993 is Porsche's inside name given to the editions of the Porsche 911 that were produced and sold between 1993 and 1999. The Porsche 993 is distinctive for being the last hand-built 911 car, and is fondly remembered by car enthusiasts as a classic and one of Porsche's finest-ever cars.