Last chance for Paul Stephen’s Porsche Le Mans Classic Clubsport!
Early build slots for 911 Le Mans Classic Clubsport have been allocated, with owners set to collect their cars on starting grid of 2020 Le Mans Classic
Following a high-profile launch and a special guest appearance at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, production of the Paul Stephens Le Mans Classic Clubsport has now started, with the first built slots allocated to those who initially put down deposits.
As each car will take thousands of man hours to create, the Porsche specialist is urging those who want to collect their car from the 2020 Le Mans Classics starting grid to act fast – as the order deadline is approaching.
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Only ten Le Mans Classic Clubsports will be made – a number established to celebrate the first decade of the Le Mans Classics event. Each owner will not only drive off with an instant modern classic, but they’ll also revel in the first car delivery of its kind; in front of the packed grandstands on the start line of the Circuit de la Sarthe.
Officially licenced with event organisers Peter Auto and the ACO, the Paul Stephens Porsche starts from £250,000 depending on specification. Both Touring and Lightweight versions are on offer, with the latter boasting a kerbweight of only 970kg.
Power comes courtesy of a 300bhp 3.4-litre air-cooled flat-six, new cross-shaft-less ITB injection system with GT3 plenum, programmable ECU mapped in-house, RS-specification camshafts, lightened and balanced crankshaft, lightweight conrods and a lightweight flywheel mated with a Getrag G50 gearbox and limited-slip differential. All this is encased in an original 911 bodyshell.
‘I’ve been overwhelmed by the response to our Le Mans Classic Clubsport edition, but now the hard work sets in,’ said company founder and managing director Paul Stephens.
‘After touring Europe with the car this month, we’ve now started production for the first confirmed build slots. With each car taking 3000 man hours to create, it’s going to be an exciting but busy time in the workshop between now and the 2020 event.’