The first club, originally known as Westfälischer Porsche Club Hohensyburg, was set up in May 1952, just four years after the first 356 rolled off the production line, by a group of seven enthusiasts. There are now more than 640 officially recognised Porsche clubs worldwide, with more than 181,000 members in total.
Porsche kept one of the 13 in its collection, so to make the ordering process for the remaining 12 a little fairer, the company ran a lottery system, which is opened in June 16 2012. Each of the 12 to get their hands on the Club Coupe had their name engraved on the switch panel trim strip.
We believe only 2 RHD cars were built and this is the sole example delivered to the UK whilst the 2nd RHD example made it’s way to Hong Kong.
A unique opportunity to own a piece of modern Porsche history
This really is an extremely rare opportunity to purchase a rare and highly collectable example of the normally aspriated 991 911.
We have also listed the original delivery locations of the 13 cars built below.
The only UK supplied Club Coupe and remains with the original family
Photo Credit – Louis Ruff