If you are the proud owner of a Porsche then you have a slice of racing history. Ferdinand Porsche was a great inventor and the flawless shape of the Porsche is more than recognisable on the most modern Porsche.
You may have been seduced by the unmistakable lines of a 911 or driven by the rich racing heritage, either way you are enthusiastic about your Porsche in one light or another.
Stuttgart II is for any clear coat Porsche, through some extensive research there seems to be a general consensus that Porsche widely used clear coat from 1987 onward, from the SCs model. There are some records of a 78sc which has a clear coat too.
The best thing is to provide an image and possibly a paint code and we can identify if it is clear coated. Bearing in mind the car may have been restored or resprayed at one point too.
Stuttgart II imparts a lovely high gloss and allows for the maximum flake. Don't worry if you don't own a metallic Porsche, as the lovely gloss will look great, just like the Carerra 4s below.