The entries run the gamut from the 1950s to the 2000s, from 75 to 612 horsepower, and from rear- to mid- and front-engine layout. The years and the miles have written individual histories for each car, but now a common chapter ties their journeys together: the 2021 Porsche Classic Restoration Challenge. The U.S. is home to more classic Porsche sports cars than any other market. After decades on the road, some will inevitably be in need of a little extra care. Enter the Restoration Challenge, where Porsche Classic has encouraged U.S. dealerships to acquire a car that is due for some expert technical attention to ensure many more years of driving pleasure. Entrants reside across the country and include multiple Porsche 356 models from as early as 1956, five generations of the 911, transaxle models like the 944 and 928, as well as modern classics such as the first-generation Boxster and Carrera GT. Each vehicle underwent restoration in the best possible hands: Porsche-trained technicians who have a portfolio of more than 60,000 unique Porsche Classic Genuine Parts at their disposal. Nine of the participating dealerships are designated Porsche Classic Partners who every day go above and beyond in their commitment to keeping vintage cars on the road and driving just as well as the moment they left the factory. The Restoration Challenge ran until mid-August when a panel of experts from Porsche Cars North America, Inc. (PCNA) judged the progress based on criteria that include not only Restoration - such as engine, suspension and interior – but also documentation like the Classic Technical Certificate.