A true classic needs special care
You can get expert advice on genuine Porsche parts and high quality repairs from the Porsche Tallinn Dealership. The Porsche Tallinn Dealership was named an official Porsche Classic Partner on 12 June 2015 when a respective certificate was given to the dealership. The Porsche Tallinn Dealership is the only Porsche Classic Partner in the neighbouring countries, with the next closest located in Hungary.
At Porsche, tradition means knowing our roots and then going one step further. For us, tradition and innovation are bound closely together. More than 70 percent of all Porsche vehicles ever built are still on the road and therefore play a defining role in shaping the fascination of the brand. At your Porsche Classic Partner, you will find experts who combine service and advice with the relevant expertise and enthusiasm. Porsche Classic is highly committed to prolonging the service life of your classic Porsche.
The mechanics, sales consultants for parts, maintenance advisors and the Classic’s contact person working in Porsche Classic Partners have undergone special training and been issued a Classic certificate. You may be sure that the experts working in Porsche Classic Partners provide you expert advice and assistance with great enthusiasm. What kind of information can you get from Porsche Classic Partners? At Porsche Classic Partners you can get information on the Classic support services and all possible genuine parts. Porsche Classic Partners always have the newest information on the parts. Upon ordering genuine parts, you will always receive the best advice on the accompanying parts (repair sets) and technical suitability. Porsche Classic Partners can also advise you on all subjects from maintenance to restoration of the vehicle. In order to guarantee the best repair and maintenance, Porsche Classic Partners use special tools, in addition to special knowledge, and model-specific technical literature. They can also give a detailed description of the typical error symptoms of a specific model based on the vehicle type, age and condition.
Porsche Classic takes care of such vehicles the series manufacture of which was ended at least ten years ago. These include models 356, 914, 959 and 911 up to models 964 and 993 (incl.) as well as the four- and eight-cylinder models of the 924, 928, 944 and 968. The Porsche Tallinn Dealership always takes care of the aforementioned models as well as the new classic models such as the Porsche Boxster 986 and Porsche 911 and 996.
We are looking forward to seeing you and your Porsche Classic model!
Generally, Porsche Classic looks after vehicles whose standard production was discontinued at least 10 years previously. In other words, the 356, 914, 959 and 911 up to and including Types 964 and 993, as well as all four and eight-cylinder Porsche road vehicles such as the 924, 928, 944 and 968. The new Classic models, the Porsche Boxster type 986 and the Porsche 911, type 996 are still cared for by your Porsche Centre.
The objective: maintenance and care of historic Porsche vehicles. Our decades of experience with Porsche vintage cars make us your competent partner for the service, repair and restoration of Porsche production cars.
The available genuine special tools, for instance body work-frame gauges as well as direct access to all technical records and the historical archive, combined with many decades of work experience from our Porsche Classic-specialists, provide you with the security to know that your classic Porsche in the best of hands.
All services to your vehicle performed within the Porsche Center Tallinn will be accomplished with highest requirements in quality and originality.
We are looking forward to meet you and your Porsche classic.
|Classic models service price per hour 50€|
|Classic spare parts -15%|
|Navigation radio by Porsche Classic 999€|
Motor oil Porsche Classic 20W-50 1L 19,15€
|Prices include vat.|
24h Porsche Assistance +372 6000 911
Mon - Fri 9.00 – 18.00
Porsche Classic technician
Phone: + 372 6 466 600
Page last updated at en: 23.11.2018