Classic Porsche Finance
Bespoke finance for your dream classic Porsche
If you’re considering purchasing a classic Porsche, or releasing equity in your classic car, talk to us. We have finance many classic Porsches, whether bought at auction or from dealers or private individuals. We have also helped to finance renovations from rare barn finds. We are high-end car finance experts, and can put together a bespoke, flexible arrangement to suit your requirements. When you fall in love with that vintage Porsche and simply have to have it, we are here to help. Our personal service means that we can take into account many more factors than a high street lender – for instance the car’s true residual value, other assets you may own, or your business situation – and come up with a fast decision and a plan to suit you. We often offer lower payments than other lenders, and we can offer finance to clients who may be turned away by the computer-driven checklists of other companies. So contact us about classic Porsche finance; we like to say yes.
Finance personally designed to suit you and your vehicle
We specialise in high-end vehicles. That’s our only focus
Face-to-face conversations, decisions made by humans
Fast results, with the ability to achieve low monthly repayments
WHICH CLASSIC PORSCHE IS YOUR DREAM CAR?
As we showed in our popular History of Porsche piece, there is a dream Porsche for everyone. The marque truly is deserving of the classic badge, creating desirable cars adorning teenage bedrooms for almost 70 years. From the sublime 356 to the advanced 959 from the 1980s, the only real question is when one of the newer models will become a classic.
We offer fast flexible finance for Porsche 914sThere are of course some overlooked gems in the back catalogue, from the earliest 356: beautiful, elegant and modern. This Porsche is always popular – perhaps more so than at the time is the 914. The 928 is now becoming a classic after being seen as one of the lesser Porsche models. (This writer’s favourite matchbox car from the 80’s was the 928 in racing colours).
Classic car owners love to get together and there are plenty of Porsche only racing clubs and events around, with vintage 911s still pulling their punches in the world of rallycross as well as road racing. Some of our customers dare to race and exhibit their classic Porsches around the UK and beyond. Others, such as the Le Mans 917, as seen driven by Steve McQueen are among the highest valued cars available – driving these classics round the racetrack is unfortunately not an option.
Porsche 911 CarreraEarly 911s and 912s – found in good condition – plus ‘80s GT the 928 are on the cusp of becoming very collectable.
Whichever model you fall in love with we may be able to help. We have financed many classic Porsches, and our human approach means that every one has a bespoke finance deal to suit the owner. Just get in touch for a personal consultation with one of our expert team.
Top Porsche Classic Models We Finance
Porsche Blog Entries
Last year, JBR Capital – providers of high-end vehicle finance – revealed its top 10 supercars of the year. These are the most popular luxury high-performance models that JBR Capital has provided loans on over the last 12 month.
It’s that time of year when we look back on the past 12 months and take stock. With that in mind we invited Dr. Vincent van der Vinne, author of ‘Investing in Cars,’ to look back on what has been an exciting year for auction houses around the world.
The NEC played host to the Classic Motor Show last weekend, as an enormous range of classic cars were gathered for enthusiasts, owners and collectors alike. Check out our gallery to see some of our favourites from the show…
The calendar for classic car shows seems busier every year, but there are two events that are particular highlights: Salon Privé and the Concours of Elegance at Hampton Court Palace.
JBR Capital names top five automotive investments, which are more affordable than you think – A future classic could be yours for less than jetting off to Edinburgh on a city break