This Porsche 964 Turbo 3.3 was delivered in January of 1992 in Germany. The car boasts a great colour combination with a satin-black exterior and a Carrara-Grey interior with draped leather seats. The car was also well equipped with seat heating on both front seats and an electrical sunroof.
In 2000 with only 40.000 kilometres on the odometer the car was exported to the Netherlands where the car had 3 very caring owners. The history shows that this car has always been pampered and cared for, making this a great example of a 964 Turbo 3.3. Both mechanically and cosmically the car is in amazing shape and the car is ready for many more kilometres.
The Porsche 911, 964 series, was introduced in 1988 as the successor to the 911 G-model that had been in production from 1974 on. The 964 was the first major change to the 911 in over 10 years. The 911 is characterized by its slow evolution, but nonetheless there were some major changes, since designers claimed 85% of the 964 was completely new.
The 964 was introduced as Carrera 4, which was the first four-wheel drive Porsche ever. It took another year before the rear-wheel drive Carrera 2 was launched. The engine was a new 3.6L boxer-6 engine which boasted more power. It was the first 911 with power steering and anti-lock brakes as standard. The headlights were slightly more integrated into the body for improved aerodynamics and a new electrically operated rear spoiler. Safety was also considered with optional dual airbags. The 964 was offered as a coupe, cabriolet, Targa and eventually as a Speedster.
The 911 Turbo was also reintroduced in 964 form. When introduced it boasted a seriously reworked and improved version of the 3.3L engine from the 930. The engine had many small modifications, making the engine smoother, producing less turbo-gap and improving the engine output to 320 BHP. It would take until 1993 before the 3.6L engine was fitted with a turbocharger. Only 3.660 964 Turbo 3.3’s were ever produced, which is significantly less than its predecessor the 930 (5.807) and its successors the 993 (5.978), 996 (20.499) and the 997 (19.201). In 1993, the Turbo 3.6 with 360 BHP was introduced for a limited run production.
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