1992 Porsche 911 964 Carrera 2 Widebody

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Black | Cabriolet | 4 Speed Automatic| 3.6 litre Flat Six | 162,797 kms | SOLD

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When the 911 Type 964 was first brought to market, Porsche was keen to emphasise that, although it was patently still a 911, it was in fact 87% different from the outgoing model.

With its debut in 1989 for the MY 90 Year, The new 911 design featured more integrated bumpers and a host of mechanical changes, most significant of which was the availability of four-wheel drive.

Displacement was raised to 3600cc, producing an impressive (even by today’s standards) 250hp, power steering and ABS brakes were now fitted as standard and the old torsion bar rear suspension was replaced with coil springs and shock absorbers. Careful attention was also paid to aerodynamics with a reduced drag coefficient down to 0.32, and with virtually zero lift stability and road holding at high speeds was greatly improved.

In 1991, Porsche in Australia saw the reintroduction of the flagship 911 Turbo that had been absent for over 5 years, however lovers of the “wide-bodied” look of the 911 Carrera had to wait another year before a normally aspirated version arrived in 1992.

The spectacular 964 911 Carrera 2 Cabriolet Turbo-Look was an independent model of the series, sharing the shape of the 964 Turbo without the rear spoiler but with Turbo brakes, Cup wheels and an all-leather interior, turning the rather conservative Cabriolet into an eye-catching open-top sportscar to be admired.

One of just 4 examples available to Australia in 1992, The car offered was delivered new to its first Melbourne owner and finished in Black Metallic with Grey Full Leather, Sports Steering wheel and Tiptronic Transmission.

Well maintained by Porsche and marque specialists, in February this year has been subject to a full engine, transmission and air-conditioning service, new alternator and tyres by renowned Porsche specialists in Sydney.

The interior is also stunning with its switchgear, carpeting and seat bolsters in fantastic condition indicative of a well-cared-for pristine 911 ready for the weekend get-away powering through the twisty country roads or as a civilized daily commute.

In terms of collectability, low production number Porsche are always in high demand. The 964 generation seamlessly blends the excitement of the traditional 911 with the introduction of new technology and comfort levels. Adding to that the appeal of the Turbo-Look and this 911 Carrera 2 Cabriolet is a clear standout.
 
 


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