Indoor Porsche Swap Meet and exhibition of Porsche modelcars/memorabilia in the Museum of Hans Peter Porsche TraumWerk in Anger, Germany. Hans Peter Porsche will launch at the International Porsche Collectors Day a special 356 modelcar set made in a limited edition of 356 pieces by Spark of two early 356’s in 1:43 from his private Porsche Collection. 10.00 am – 16.00 pm, Address: Zum Traumwerk 1, Anger, Bavaria, Germany. Entrance fee package for Porsche Swap and Museum Areas. Tables for Porsche Swapmeet available limited! Many Collectors worldwide will attending the Porsche Collectors Day on 28th of October. So please make your plans to visit the highlight of the year for Porsche modelcar and memorabilia the collectors and fans. The Porsche Collectors Day is powered by the Porsche Model Club Europe. Infos: email@example.com
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