1996 Porsche 911 Turbo

1996 Porsche 911 Turbo

I will begin with my slight disappointment in this 993. When I first came upon it the lighting in the thumbnail altered the color just enough that I thought it was paint-to-sample Blood Orange. That’s one of my all-time favorite Porsche colors and given the asking price it would have made sense. Alas, it’s Guards Red and not Blood Orange. Oh well. That mild disappointment aside, this is a fantastic example of these air-cooled twin turbos with very low mileage and excellent condition. It also has a set of the hardback sport seats, highly sought after commodities in their own right. Not that a buyer would be likely want to part with them, but still very nice to have!

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Year: 1996
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.6 liter twin-turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 8,800 mi
Price: $225,000 Buy It Now

Beautiful museum quality collector Porsche. 1996 993 Twin turbo with attractive options and only 8800 original miles. All original paint and panels and perfect mechanical condition. No modifications were ever performed. Guards red over Cashmere leather with hard to find sport seats and factory Pioneer radio option. Window sticker, COA, service records, manuals and both keys. The market is on the way up on these so catch this collector example now.

We’ve seen a few of these ultra-low mileage 993s – some of the turbocharged variety and others either the C2S or C4S – and they always attract a good bit of collector interest. The prices can be a little mind boggling relative to similar cars with higher miles, but such is the world of the last air-cooled 911. Lest we think this price is totally ridiculous a ’97 993TT with just over 1K miles sold for $308K at Gooding and Co.’s Amelia Island auctions last month.…

1990 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Coupe

1990 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Coupe

I really like this 911. That kind of goes without saying since I don’t typically feature cars I don’t like, but I mention it simply because I like it more than I’d normally expect. It has an elegant look about it that is working well with the 964’s shape. The color is great, possessing the stormy blue-grey appearance of a rough sea just as the name, Marine Blue, might suggest. Even the Linen interior makes for a nice contrast between exterior and interior and further enhances the storminess of the exterior. All in all, it’s a really nice looking car!

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1990 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Coupe on eBay

Year: 1990
Model: 911 Carrera 2
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 84,537 mi
Price: $47,900 Buy It Now

1990 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Coupe
Marine Blue Metallic with Linen leather interior
84,537 Miles
5-Speed Manual Transmission

All original condition with no modifications except for an update Sony radio.
It comes complete with its original owners & maintenance manuals with leather case.
It has an excellent service history including a recent major service with new clutch.

Clean CarFax report with no issues – the link to the full report is on our site.

2.99% financing for 60 months is available with qualified credit!

Make sure to watch our test drive video below!

We will be happy to accommodate a Pre-Purchase Inspection at our location or at a local shop.
We can arrange transport anywhere in the US.

Please contact Steven Sasson (212) 804-8070 or Steven@JMLegendAuto.com

964s suddenly have become a rather common feature for me, not because anything has changed with my own feelings toward them, but rather there just seem to be a lot more nice looking, driver quality, examples coming on the market.…

1993 Porsche 911 RS America – No A/C, No Sunroof

1993 Porsche 911 RS America – No A/C, No Sunroof

I have been looking for one of these for what feels like forever: a 911 RS America with limited options. I’d still love to find one that lacks the radio, having only the limited-slip differential as a selected option, but the one we see here which lacks both the sunroof and A/C is close enough. So many of these lightened 964s have retained those heavier options and while the RS America doesn’t fully approach the Carrera RS in the no frills department it’s still nice to see one that has gone the extra step.

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Year: 1993
Model: 911 RS America
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 29,376 mi
Price: $159,888 Buy It Now

1993 Porsche RS America in Rare White over Black Cloth Sports Seats. Super Rare with Sunroof & AC Delete. Low Miles All Books and Keys. Clean Carfax. Upgraded Big Red Brakes. No leaks Runs and Drives Great. Serious Inquiries Call 201.310.0048

It seems that this seller understands how long it can take to find a RSA with these limited options because the asking price is well higher than what we’ve seen for one of these in quite a while. And even those we’ve seen priced closer to $120K than $160 haven’t been selling very quickly, if at all. These are rare 964s, but they’re also readily available on the second-hand market if you’re willing to pay the steep cost. There was a time a couple years back when RSA values were rising quickly, but those days are well behind us. Prices haven’t plummeted or anything like that, but it’s clear rising values will be reserved for only the best low-mileage examples.

This one comes in at pretty low mileage, but not the sort of ultra-low miles that I’d suspect would be necessary at this asking price.…

1964 Porsche 356C 1600 SC Reutter Coupe

1964 Porsche 356C 1600 SC Reutter Coupe

I’ll admit this is somewhat of a rare feature for me. I don’t usually go for Porsches that present in this sort of condition unless it is some exceedingly rare model or color. This one is neither of those things. It does have some rare options though, most interesting to me the large tartan suitcase. I realize that’s neither the most exciting nor sporting option we could come across, but what could be more vintage than a tartan suitcase fitted to a Porsche 356? However, there is a problem: I don’t know if that suitcase comes with the car. It isn’t pictured, even though the seller explicitly mentions it as an interesting aspect of this 356C. That seems peculiar to me. None the less it’s a cool sort of thing to come with the car and even if this 356 isn’t in great shape, an example in such original condition is itself a rarity.

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1964 Porsche 356C 1600 SC Reutter Coupe on eBay

Year: 1964
Model: 356C 1600 SC
Engine: 1.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Mileage: 63,026 mi
Price: $66,995 But It Now

1964 Porsche 356SC Reutter Coupe with solid factory floors, numbers-matching engine and transmission, excellent body gaps, and rare Large Tartan Suitcase option. Excellent factory color combination: Signal Red 6407 with Grey interior. Garaged and rarely driven, a very original and unmolested example. Many rare factory options, COA included. Runs and drives nicely.

So we’re kind of staking a lot on the originality of the condition of this 356. It is rare that I see one of these that hasn’t undergone a full restoration. However, the interior, especially the seats and carpets, can’t possibly be fully original based on the rest of the car. How could they remain in this condition while other aspects of the interior seem well worn?…

1991 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Coupe

1991 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Coupe

To whale tail or not to whale tail? That is the question. Perhaps this 911 will further the divergence in the conversation. Of course, on the 964 a whale tail is a much more rare thing. One of the engineering changes that debuted with the 964 was the electronically activated rear spoiler that raised to provide better aerodynamics at speed. The intent was a best-of-both-worlds design: the purity of the 911’s shape remained intact, but stability at higher speeds could be improved as well. There were some exceptions: the RS America did away with the fancy electronic spoiler in favor of a whale tail and, of course, the 911 Turbo continued to showcase a tail similar in design to the original tea tray of the 930. The owner of this 964 has chosen to add the tail to this Silver 1991 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Coupe.

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Year: 1991
Model: 911 Carrera 4
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 80,750 mi
Price: $49,750 Buy It Now

1991 Porche 911 Carrera C4. Adult owned, Garage Kept, and Covered. 99% Original. I added the Whales tail, a new radio, new brakes, new tires, Wheels have new Powder coating, A/C is serviced yearly, Nerw front windshield, Paint is a 9.6/10. Everything works on the car. The engine is original, but is in great condition. I have my eye on a new toy, so had to pick one to let go of. Please call with any Questions.

While the overall appearance isn’t quite as great as the whale-tail equipped Widebody Carrera 4 I featured previously, this is a pretty good looking 964. With the whale tail and the Cup wheels this Carrera 4 looks an awful lot like a RS America.…

Casablanca Beige 1980 Porsche 911SC Coupe

Casablanca Beige 1980 Porsche 911SC Coupe

It almost seems as if these days I can’t venture into the classifieds without tripping over a Porsche in a rare color. Taken a step further, I’ve even been coming across colors I have either never come across previously or at most come across once or twice. Earlier this week we had the Raspberry Carrera Targa and now we have this Casablanca Beige Metallic 1980 Porsche 911SC Coupe, located in Tennessee. Unlike Raspberry, this color isn’t likely to make some prospective buyers immediately turn the other way. It’s a lovely golden metallic, similar to the Platinum Metallic of this 930, that contrasts well with the various chrome and black trim pieces of the 911SC.

CLICK FOR DETAILS: Casablanca Beige 1980 Porsche 911SC Coupe on eBay

Year: 1980
Model: 911SC
Engine: 3.0 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 119,098 mi
Price: Auction

You are bidding on a 1980 Porsche 911SC. It is Casablanca Beige (Gold) with Brown Leather interior, Factory 16 inch Fuch Wheels, New Tires, and Cold Air Conditioning. The engine has just had a complete professional rebuild along with a New Fuel Tank, and complete fuel system including fuel injectors, fuel distributor, fuel accumulator, fuel filter and fuel pump. It has 1000 miles on it since the rebuild and comes with a Pre-Purchase Inspection. While the car was in for the Pre – Purchase inspection I had them change the oil and filter and do a 1000 mile check up on the car. The car also comes with the Porsche Certificate of Authenticity stating the car left the Factory with the following factory options.

Model Year/Type Engine Number/Type
1980 911SC Coupe 6403371

Production Completion Date Transmission Number/Type
05/20/1980 403457

Exterior Paint Color/Code
Casablanca Beige/X4

Interior Material Color/Type
Brown Partial Leather/44

Optional Equipment
US Standard Emissions Sport Shocks
Electric Sliding Sunroof Rear Speakers
Electric Mirror – Right Fog Lights
16” Fuch Rims Pirelli Tires
Cruise Control

The car was Purchased new by Dr.

Raspberry 1975 Porsche 911 Carrera Targa

Raspberry 1975 Porsche 911 Carrera Targa

I suppose it should go without saying that this 911 will not appeal to everyone. But it’s very rare and very rare tends to get our attention. This is an unrestored Raspberry 1975 Porsche 911 Carrera Targa, located in California, with 71,500 miles on it. I have never seen Raspberry on any Porsche. It’s a ’70s color and finding it on a Carrera Targa doesn’t surprise me one bit. That it is on a Carrera Targa simply adds to the mystique though. I come across the 2.7 Carrera Coupes with decent regularity, but not the Targa. The Targa I don’t see often and while that would normally suggest we should expect a higher price, it doesn’t usually work out that way. The Targas generally are in less demand. The demand for this Raspberry-colored Targa may even be lesser still, but for the buyer really looking for a uniquely colored Carrera, I think you’ll find this one hard to pass up.

CLICK FOR DETAILS: Raspberry 1975 Porsche 911 Carrera Targa on eBay

Year: 1975
Model: 911 Carrera Targa
Engine: 2.7 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 71,500 mi
Price: Reserve Auction

Chequered Flag International is pleased to offer this 1975 Porsche 911 Carrera Targa in Raspberry (N8) with Black interior. 71,500 miles with one owner. Equipped with factory air conditioning. This is a US Carrera Targa. Chassis numbers run from 911541 – 001 to 0174. This is number 121 out of 174 built. Original matching engine (#6451817). Original owner stored it for 15 plus years, on 10/14 he gave it to European Autowerks in Palos Hills IL to get it up and running. The bill was around $13k – with receipts. It runs and drives nicely but I find the clutch heavy and 3rd gear whiny.

1989 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Coupe

1989 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Coupe

Second 964 in a row for me and this one is a little bit more unique. Given my discussion yesterday of the relative aesthetic merits of the 964 Coupe vs Targa it also makes for a fitting contrast. Like the Carmine Red 930 I featured last week, this 964 comes in one of the red variants that Porsche generally made available. Velvet Red Metallic is not nearly as subtle a contrast as Carmine Red, but it makes for a very nice color that is not quite Burgundy but also not one of the bright reds like Guards Red. The seller states that it’s paint to sample, but that isn’t correct. Regardless, it’s rare and looks great here contrasted with the Tan interior. This 964 comes from the first year of the model’s production, meaning not only was it the all new 911 design, but was also the first-year Carrera 4 that Porsche chose for the 964 debut. At a little under 100K miles it’s a sharp-looking 911.

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1989 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Coupe on eBay

Year: 1989
Model: 911 Carrera 4
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 97,000 mi
Price: $42,000 Buy It Now

In 1989 the Carrera 4 was the most technically sophisticated 911 ever to enter serious production. This C4 Runs, Drives, and Performs Flawlessly, and is a blast to drive.
Shifts into all 5 gears well, and pulls hard our of each shift. No Smoking or funny noises coming from the engine. This is a California Car so no rust, corrosion anywhere. Does have typical 964 oil leaks, nothing major.

Paint and Exterior are in beautiful condition.

With the use of the new stout platform, a redesigned suspension and the marriage of four-wheel drive coupled to the new 3.6-liter flat six, Porsche had achieved the ultimate 911, the “C4”.

1990 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Targa

1990 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Targa

I think by this point it should be pretty clear that I’m a big fan of the 911 Targa. I really like the versatility between open-air and closed cockpit and generally find the aesthetics to be more appealing than with a comparable Coupe or Cabriolet. On the classic 911 design the Targa roll-hoop provides a nice contrast and break in the design that I find very appealing. That’s particularly true on long-hood models. With its reintroduction for the 991 the Targa is easily my favorite. The 964 always has been a little different. The sweeping changes in design from the 3.2 Carrera don’t seem to look as good to me even though the 964 retains so much of the classic 911 look. It just doesn’t look as fluid.

Yesterday I chanced upon a 964 Targa on the street. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen one in person. My sense of it changed, though only some. It looked better in person than I remembered. I still prefer the earlier Targas and prefer the look of the 964 Coupe over the Targa, but the gap has narrowed. But I was thinking about that Targa after coming across this Targa: a Grand Prix White 1990 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Targa, located in Arizona, with 60,342 miles on it. Maybe I’ll come around on the design even more!

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Year: 1990
Model: 911 Carrera 2 Targa
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 60,342 mi
Price: Reserve Auction

Thousands of $$$ Spent in Major Maintenance in last 5k Mi!

Up for sale this week we bring to market a Super Low Mileage 1990 Porsche 911 Targa, equipped with the highly desirable 5 Spd G50 transmission and the bulletproof 3.6L Flat 6 engine.

1998 Porsche 911 Carrera S … Cabriolet?

1998 Porsche 911 Carrera S … Cabriolet?

Coming across a factory version of a model that doesn’t actually exist is always a lot of fun. At least it is for me as someone who will view this 993 from afar, analyze and read about it, and then write. Were I an actual interested buyer I’d either be very anxious – perhaps because I was already aware of this car’s existence and waiting for a sale – or befuddled as I try to track down all of the necessary verification to support the factory production of such a rarity. But either way there’s plenty to look at. The 993 Carrera S, also known as the C2S, was only produced as a Coupe. It’s a wonderful car; one of my favorite 911 designs Porsche has released. It seems, however, that at least one buyer convinced Porsche to make a Cabriolet and it is that car which we see here. The asking price is astronomical and the mileage is very low. All of which combines to make for a very special 911.

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Year: 1998
Model: 911 Carrera S Cabriolet
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 10,200 mi
Price: Reserve Auction ($499,000 Buy It Now)

Absolutely rare example of a 993 „S“ Convertible with turbo body.

Original Porsche factory conversion to turbo body according to special customer request. This model has never been available through the official Porsche sales program.

This Porsche has been ordered new in late 1997 by a gentleman, who had been a Porsche enthusiast for quite a long time. Therefor at that time he already had purchased a significant number of vehicles from Porsche in Stuttgart. Obviously he was able to convince the engineers at the Porsche Exclusive Department to convert his brandnew 993 convertible to a 993 „S“ Cab with a turbo body.

1988 Porsche 930 Slantnose Cabriolet

1988 Porsche 930 Slantnose Cabriolet

It feels like it’s been a while since I featured a Slantnose. They aren’t incredibly common by any means, but we also come across them fairly frequently. Admittedly a lot of them aren’t in great shape or have completely insane pricing. This one still seems priced high, but it at least comes in at a point that we can work with and the condition looks very good. Among ’80s machinery the Slantnose typifies the excess that defined parts of that decade. I can’t recall whether the 930 itself was considered an exotic; relative to the Ferraris and Lamborghinis of the day a 930 is almost tame in its appearance. The Slantnose is a different animal though, and the Slantnose Cabriolet really takes those excesses to their limits. With the sloping front, a wide array of vents and strakes, and a massive whale tail, all found on a car where the top went down these definitely could be considered an exotic. It’s a car to be seen in and even today will attract plenty of notice.

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1988 Porsche 930 Slantnose Cabriolet on eBay

Year: 1988
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.3 liter turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Mileage: 51,796 mi
Price: $159,950 Buy It Now

1988 Porsche 911 Turbo (930) with the factory Slant Nose!!!

You are looking at a gorgeous, NUMBERS MATCHING, extremely well-kept, very exclusive and rare 1988 Porsche 911 Turbo Slant Nose.

This is one of perhaps less than 300 outfitted from the factory as a convertible, turbo and slant nose 930.

It has never been wrecked, flooded, salvaged, or anything of that nature. It is easy to see that it was loved and taken care of since day 1.

This Slant Nose looks, drives, and feels amazing.

The original Fuchs forged wheels are in excellent condition, correct in size, and with brand new tires.

Bahama Yellow 1966 Porsche 912

Bahama Yellow 1966 Porsche 912

Yesterday’s 930 brought with it a good deal of vintage flair with its golden-hued Platinum Metallic exterior over a Cork leather interior. It’s a combination that we almost never see on any modern automobile. Here we’ll turn the clock back just a little further for one of Porsche’s best vintage colors, and while the interior is a much more standard black, the beauty of the exterior provides all the charm we might need. Here we have a restored Bahama Yellow 1966 Porsche 912, located in New York, with a reported 36,687 miles on it. There isn’t much here to verify that mileage figure for us, but the rest looks fantastic!

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Year: 1966
Model: 912
Engine: 1.6 liter flat-4
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 36,687 mi
Price: Reserve Auction

1966 Porsche 912 Coupe finished in it’s original color combination of Bahama Yellow with a Black interior. The C of A confirms it left the factory on 07/14/1966 with a rarely optioned electric sun roof, Talbot drivers side mirror, tinted glass, Butterfly style wood steering wheel and bumper horns.

Recently totally restored, this rust free Short Wheel Base California Coupe, is also fitted with a 3 Gauge instrument cluster, blemish free dashboard, properly restored and correctly anodized 15 inch factory Fuchs alloy wheels, period correct Blaupunkt radio with i Pod adaptor, fully rebuilt matching numbers five speed manual transmission, fully rebuilt and totally sorted 912 engine, color coordinated Coco mats, Euro H4 headlamps with yellow lenses, Euro rear tail lamps and front signal lenses, new Koni shocks all around, new exhaust system and on and on.

This 912 Sun Roof Coupe has been totally restored to exacting standards and drives incredibly well. There are no needs at all and it is ready to be enjoyed.

1977 Porsche 930 Turbo Carrera

1977 Porsche 930 Turbo Carrera

I want to jump back into the 930 mix with an example that, to me, is a surprisingly pretty car. Occasionally I find myself really drawn to colors that, were you to show me just a swatch of the color, I wouldn’t normally think would make for a very nice exterior color on any car. This is just such an example, though strangely the color, at least by name, is not entirely unfamiliar to us. Here we have a Platinum Metallic 1977 Porsche 930 Turbo Carrera with around 54K miles and a very nice Cork leather interior. The combination is particularly attractive, but I want to focus on that exterior. We saw Platinum Metallic last week on this 911SC Weissach Edition, but that version of the color shows darker, more brown than gold, and I have to say I think this version is the far superior color. In the sun it really pops and while it’s definitely a shade of gold it’s not so ostentatious that we might feel uncomfortable being seen in it. The Cork interior really just completes the package.

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Year: 1977
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.0 liter turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Mileage: 54,000 mi
Price: $137,500

Platinum over a full Cork leather interior. Manufactured in September of 1976. Matching numbers with CoA. Books and tools. Recent $9K service. 54K miles from new.

Questions concerning this 930 have to begin with the rear deck lid. It’s almost spectacularly wrong: wrong tail, the script should be Turbo Carrera, and the paint mostly appears to be peeling away. Really I have no idea what it’s doing on the car, but I’d like to know. Presumably, the original is long gone and that is unfortunate, but I’d at least be curious to know the situation with the paint on the one we see here.…

1975 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe

1975 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe

In a recent post on the Carrera 3.0 I wondered a bit about the relative values of those 911s compared to their predecessor the Carrera 2.7 MFI. There are large differences in those values mostly due to the shared engine of the 2.7 liter and the very highly sought after 911 Carrera RS. Here we have the lesser sibling of those cars. The pedigree isn’t the same as this Carrera lacks that magical RS engine, but it shares similar looks and that lack of pedigree brings with it a substantially lower price. The one we have here is an attractive combination of Grand Prix White over Cinnamon and sits with fewer than 50K miles.

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1975 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe on eBay

Year: 1975
Model: 911 Carrera
Engine: 2.7 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 49,198 mi
Price: $65,000 Buy It Now

For sale is a 1975 Porsche 911 Carrera sunroof coupe. This is a numbers matching car per the Porsche COA. The mileage is 49,198. It is car #67 of 395. The car has had 3 owners and the current owner has had it for the last 9 years. The paint is the original Grand Prix white and the interior is the original cinnamon leatherette. The paint and body are in very nice condition. The interior is in excellent condition. The rims are the original 7 & 8 inch Fuchs with new tires all around. The brake calipers were recently rebuilt and work great. The engine runs strong and the trans shifts very smooth. This is a great running and handling car and could be driven anywhere. It was recently serviced and is ready to go. This is a very nice example of a very rare car for a discerning collector, investor or enthusiast.

Motorsports Monday: 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera Supercup

Motorsports Monday: 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera Supercup

Here we have a pretty rare opportunity. Of course, such opportunities come with a high cost, but I can’t imagine the market for a car like this ever really extends to us regular buyers anyway. You expect to pay a lot. This is one of only 40 Carrera Supercup 911s built in 1995 and reportedly is the only one that was sent to the U.S. From what I gather it hasn’t really seen any race time (or at least not within the Porsche Supercup series) as it was intended as a show/demonstration car for Bridgestone. Its graphics make that aspect pretty clear. It looks in wonderful condition and that it is eligible for vintage racing certainly is a nice bonus for the owner who’d like to experience a legit Porsche factory racer.

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera Supercup on Excellence Magazine

Year: 1995
Model: 911 Carrera Supercup
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: unlisted mi
Price: $395,000

Originally purchased by the Bridgestone Corporation as a VIP car used to introduce and promote the new SO2 tire. It is one of only 40 Supercup cars built in ’95 and the only one sent to the US. Hurley Haywood and David Murry were the hired drivers for this car. Class winner at the Porsche Parade and Excellence Magazine cover car. I have just completed a light restoration to museum quality condition of how it appeared in 1995. The car has never been crashed and retains the original engine and gearbox. It retains proper Recaro seats, correct dash, instruments and interior panels as well as proper alloy front lid and original rear wing. A great addition to any collection and can be vintage raced. Please ring me with any questions. Thank you.

Serious inquiries please call 631-786-6511 EST.