1991 Porsche 911 Turbo

While Porsche introduced all-wheel drive on the Carrera in 1989, it wouldn’t be until the 993 generation a few years later that Turbo 911 with all four wheels being driven would work its way into the lineup. Thus, in 1991, the rear-drive Turbo would have its last shout in the form of the 964. The first 964 Turbos, introduced in 1990, had an evolution of the 3.3 liter engine from the 930. It wouldn’t be until early 1993 when the 3.6 Turbo would arrive on the scene, of which less than half of the amount were produced in comparison to the 3.3 version. This early 3.3 Turbo is on offer in Texas, the perfect place to live out your Cannonball Run fantasy.

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Year: 1991
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.3 liter turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 61,173 mi
Price: Reserve auction

Porsche of North Houston proudly offers this beautiful 1991 Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe in Black over a Black interior with only 61,173 miles.The 911 Turbo is powered by a 3.3L turbocharged horizontally opposed six cylinder engine producing 320 hp and 332 lb-ft of torque through a Rear Wheel Drive system and a 5-Speed Manual Transmission. This 911 Turbo is further equipped with the following:

Rim Cap w/ Porsche Crest
Heated Front Seats
Limited Slip Differential
Electric Sliding Sunroof
Supple Leather Interior

This particular 964 is attractive, as it falls in between the garage queen and high mileage runner categories. It would be very feasible, then, to use a car like this on a regular basis. A 964 Turbo such as this should pull somewhere in the high $40,000 to high $50,000 range.


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  1. one that I have always coveted….next to a 3.6 Turbo…
    someone please save this car from its chrome rims!

  2. @MDriver….not a fan of these chrome rims, either.

  3. Yeah, Chromed Cup 1s?! I’m guessing low $60s…the market on air cooled Pcars has gotten out of control this past year.

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