CLASSIC CARS

29 MAY 2018
Auction, 0249
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PORSCHE 993 TURBO (1995)

Estimate
100.000 / 130.000

PORSCHE 993 TURBO

CHASSIS: WPOZZZ99ZTS371219

ENGINE: 6 cylinder boxer twin turbo

DISPLACEMENT: 3.600 CC

POWER: 430 CV

BODY STYLE: COUPE’

THE ULTIMATE 993, THE LAST AIRCOOLED PORSCHE

 

The last 911 with air cooled engine was the 993 series launched in September 1993.

The 911 Turbo in the 993 series was considerably modified and boosted, equipped with permanent four wheel drive.

The new 993 Turbo introduced some stylistic variations compared to the aspirated 993: rear wheel arches widened by 3 cm, new front spoiler with three increased frontal apertures, plus an additional lower aperture integrated in the rear wheel arches, new rear spoiler with an original design.

The M64/60 3.6 liter engine (two valves and a spark plug per cylinder) adopted dual turbocharging by means of two KKK K16 turbo compressors, each with an integrated waste-gate valve, and two air-air intercoolers; the configuration with the two small turbos made it possible to have a torque of 450 Nm already available at 2,500 revs/min, thus offering a driving flexibility never seen before in a turbocharged car.

The four wheel drive system divided the drive with a 20/80 ratio and limited slip differential (25%-40%) that entered into action starting from 70 Km/h and that, connected with the ABD system, guaranteed excellent adherence.  The declared performance was 290 Km/h at maximum speed and acceleration from 0 a 100 Km/h in 4.5 seconds.

Starting from the 1996 production a booster kit of up to 430 CV was made available that is provided with our vehicle.

The vehicle proposed here has been owned for around ten years by a Porsche enthusiast who has driven and cared for it with the unmistakable style of one who loves this type of motor.   

The car has a mileage of 96700 km and has only had three owners.

The vehicle is in excellent mechanical condition but for safety reasons, we advise the purchaser to have it checked over and to replace the fluids, filters and perishable elements.