Stuttgart Classica

Porsche fanatics selling bespoke aircooled 911 parts

Myself (Jason) and Will met at Coventry Uni back in 2006, we both took the same Motorsport Engineering course.  While at Uni we used our spare time and student loan wisely, Nurburgring trips and drinking too much.  After graduating from Uni, Will carried on his family business which involves car sales and race car preparation, while I got a job at JLR developing their engines.   

Our projects started around the same time in 2014, with Will going for a Singer style 993 powered backdate, and myself a "simple" restomod. We both struggled to get aftermarket parts within the UK and had to purchase from the USA and Europe. We decided to distribute and produce these parts ourselves from the UK. In April 2016 we attended Techno-Classica in Essen Germany,  where we spoke to many companies about becoming UK distributors.  Since then we have been contacting many companies about becoming their UK distributor and using our engineering skills to produce our own products which will only be available after testing and development. 

Our Products

We only sell products we are happy to fit to our own projects.  Most of our products we have already fitted, so if you have any issues or questions just contact us.

If you are not happy with your product please get in touch with us.  We are happy to take back any item that has not been fitted or damaged and will issue a refund minus the initial delivery cost. 

Help and advice

We are both Engineers that have plenty of knowledge about "tinkering" with all types of cars, road and track.  Having worked on our own projects, only outsourcing the professional jobs like machining, powder coating, painting and suspension setup, we have both learnt a lot about these cars.  We are more than happy to help, whether it be about our products or general help and advice. 


We fully insure all our parcels and provide a tracking number. Shipping within the UK is included in the prices shown, for purchases outside the UK we have to add a small shipping charge to cover the extra cost.