According to Porsche, about 70% of all Porsche vehicles ever built are still running around the roads today. Surprising as it is, it makes you wonder even more how that percentage could be so high given the automaker’s long and illustrious history.
Turns out, the boys from Stuttgart have a nice little ace up their sleeve to ensure that even the oldest and most classic Porsche vehicles are restored back to their golden days. That ace, dear folks, is the Porsche Classic Workshop, a 1,500 square meter workshop in the heart of Porscheland - Stuttgart, Germany – where 30 highly-trained specialists with years and years of experience are tasked to ensure that Porsche vehicles of yesteryear are restored and maintained to look as good as new while maintaining their design and functional elements. Each year, around 250 historic Porsche classics are serviced, repaired, and restored in the Porsche Classic Workshop by the 30 specialists.
For these guys, no project is too daunting and no task is too impossible. Even the most dilapidated of Porsche models can spend a few weeks at the Workshop and come out looking like they just got out of the cleaners. That’s the extent of passion, dedication, and expertise the specialists of the Porsche Classic Workshop exhibit, which is probably why 70% percentage of all Porsche vehicles ever made are still out on the world’s roads today.