Under the Bonnet: Tuthill Porsche

by Hagerty
21 June 2018 1 min read

Mention Tuthill Porsche to an aficionado of the Stuttgart-based marque, and they will probably think of a rally-prepared Porsche 911 racing through the desert.

That’s certainly close to where the company started: in 1977, Francis Tuthill raced in the London to Sydney Rally in his Volkswagen Beetle, and soon moved on to preparing Porsche 356 and 911 models.

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Today, Francis’s son Richard runs the business, and although they are still involved in rally preparation, the company also prepares cars for the track and offers a one-stop shop for road restoration, covering everything from bodywork to engine rebuilds in-house.

Hagerty were given exclusive access to the Tuthill Porsche workshops, and Richard gave us a unique insight into how his company runs. Filmed by The Toms, we hope you enjoy this special Under the Bonnet feature.

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