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STACE MEETS YOUR NEEDS

Specialist air-cooled Porsche Classic Cars

Porsche 356 and Porsche 911
Are you looking for a specific Porsche classic vehicle?
Do you want to sell your classic car?
Stace sells, trades and buys Porsche classic cars, worldwide.
Drivable air-cooled Porsches from 1948 until 1998. We select the finest vehicles from all over the world and import them ourselves. We restore them for you, prepare them for both daily use as well as for rallying.

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Classic Car Maintenance & Repair

A classic car requires another kind of maintenance than a modern vehicle, with a different tools and components.
Stace is fully equipped to give your classic Porsche the maintenance that it needs. We search until we find the right parts in case we need to replace them, or until we find the original colour of paint.

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Rally preparation

Do you want to drive rallies with your classic Porsche?
Than your car needs a rally preparation. STACE makes it fit so you can fully enjoy every rally you want to participate.

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Classic Car Road-assistance

STACE offers you road-assistance for classic cars. As classic cars need another treatment than modern vehicles, it is very important that you choose the right partner for your road-assistance.

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Porsche 356 & Porsche 911

Porsche 911

Because of the success of the 356, Porsche presented the Porsche 901 in September 1963. One year later, production in series began and the model was renamed the 911.

The 911 had an integral body-frame and was powered by a new 2.0-litre flat-six engine, which initially delivered 130 hp. Originally the 911 was built only as a Coupé.

As of model year 1967, the 911 was also available as a Targa with permanently mounted roll-over bar and removable soft top. In 1969, the wheelbase was lengthened by 57 mm, which increased the driving comfort and gave the vehicle more stable driving dynamics.

The 911 S, the first engine derivative of the 911, was also launched on the market. In the years that followed, models bearing the additional designations T, L and E were introduced.

911

Porsche 356

In 1948 the first Porsche road-certified 356 was produced in Austria.

The Gmünd Roadster was cooled by an air-cooled engine of which the power was increased to 35hp and reached a maximum speed of 135km/h (86m/h).

Porsche 356 was built in series until 1965. The very last vehicles were produced in 1966 for the traffic police of Amsterdam.

All generations of the Porsche 356 were also available in an open-top version (cabriolet, speedster or roadster).

356

PORSCHE 911 COLLECTION

  • Porsche 911 2.4T Targa 1973
  • Porsche 911

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STACE INVESTMENT

Leo Baekelandstraat 1 bus 2, 2950 Kapellen, Belgium

stephan@stace.be
+32 3 315 09 11
Stephan Schrauwen
+32 475 44 55 75

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