In the Spring of 2016, Gaudin Porsche of Las Vegas was awarded the distinct honor of becoming the very first Porsche Classic Partner in North America. This is the first time that service, parts and sales, exclusively for the classic German sports car, were available together under one roof. With more than 70 percent of the vehicles ever produced by Porsche still on the road today, it is vital that Porsche Classic Certified Dealerships are equipped with a team of specially-trained technicians, body experts, and sales specialists to ensure that these vintage automobiles receive peerless support and service.
Our Parts Department, with the support of Porsche of Germany’s Originale Parts Catalog, has access to more than 52,000 Porsche Classic Genuine Parts. Every service is performed by factory-trained classic technicians who perform engine and drivetrain overhauls, and any type of repair or maintenance work. To ensure the best possible level of service, Porsche Classic Partners are equipped with special bespoke tools to carry out model specific repairs.
It has long been the vision of Gaudin Porsche Principle, Gary Ackerman, to have the finest, most inclusive and detailed Porsche dealership ever realized. He accepted the classic partnership opportunity with the intention of underpinning, sustaining and participating in the Porsche brand, and more specifically, the brand’s culture in Las Vegas. To that end, Gaudin Porsche offers some of the finest Porsche Classic models sourced for retail. These cars are hand-selected, comprehensively inspected; and when needed, refurbished or restored to the highest caliber. These cars are offered with the assurance that Gaudin Porsche has thoroughly scrutinized each and every one.
Michael Deeb has recently been appointed to the helm of the Classic Department at Gaudin Porsche. He is a lifelong car lover; a passion he inherited from his father. The two shared travel near and abroad for Formula 1 races, Concours d'Elegance shows, Vintage Rallies, and anywhere else that car collectors could be found. Michael campaigned Italian cars many years ago, but after purchasing his first 911 GT3 in 2010, he has been bitten by the Porsche bug and has been an enthusiast ever since.