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1992 Porsche 911 Turbo S Leichtbau

Like the 930 before it, the 964 Turbo would end its run having used two different engines. The first, a refined version of the 930’s 3.3 liter turbocharged flat-six, was used out of necessity while Porsche completed development of a turbocharged version of the standard 3.6 liter engine that debuted with the 964 more generally. The second engine, then, was that 3.6 liter, which came on board for the ’93 and ’94 model years. After nearly 15 years of use, inspiring the dreams of many, and helping establish the 911 as one of the world’s preeminent sports coupes the turbocharged 3.3 was to be put to bed. But Porsche, a company which takes a particular delight in final year send-offs, wasn’t quite done with it yet. Enter the 1992 Porsche 911 3.3 Turbo S Leichtbau (Lightweight). As the name would suggest the 3.3 Turbo S was taken in a slightly different direction from other Turbos and provides a nice contrast with the later 3.6 Turbo S, the apex of 964 performance and luxury. This is more in the vein of the GT2: a lightened, track-oriented, rear-drive Turbo that would debut a few years later for the 993. The GT2 perhaps is a more extreme example, but as we can see here the 3.3 Turbo S was not intended to provide a high degree of refined cruising and this specific example even has a more extensive roll cage than other versions I’ve come across (as rare as that may be). All told 86 examples were produced making these one of the rarest 911s and another of the exquisite 964 variants.

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Year: 1992
Model: 911 Turbo S
Engine: 3.3 liter turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 114 km (71 mi)
Price: Inquire

1992 Porsche 964 3.3 Turbo S Leichtbau / Lightweight M720

Neuwagen / Ohne Zulassung /

Brand new Car / Never registered /


The sellers are letting this car speak for itself providing no description other than stating what the car is, its mileage – a mere 71 miles – and the peculiar fact that this 911 has never been registered. Its precise history and why it has never been registered are left to our imagination, though I’m sure buyers who make serious inquiries will receive as much information as the sellers can give, whether it has been stated here or not. But let’s get to the car: this is the stuff of bedroom posters and every man’s dreams. From the way the Burgundy wheels stand in stark contrast to the Silver exterior, with Gold calipers peeking from behind each wheel rim, to the garish and purposeful Red interior, this 964 stands out even among the most notable of the 964 Turbos. Raise the power to 376 hp and subtract around 180 kilograms of weight and you have performance to match that very aggressive appearance. It is, in a word: breathtaking. I don’t think I need say any more.



  1. Cole
    Cole June 9, 2015

    I just Ji**ed in my pants…

  2. Reid
    Reid June 10, 2015

    WOW WOW WOW. This is the coolest car I’ve seen on the market in ages, absolutely incredible! Could it fetch 7 figures in this market?

  3. Cole
    Cole June 10, 2015

    I agree Reid, it is Friggen AWESOME! My thoughts were – half a Mill. but you never know! If someone with money to burn feels how you and I do – they’d pay whatever it takes.

  4. Rob
    Rob June 10, 2015

    This is certainly the sort of car that could go for 7 figures, but I’m not sure the market is quite to that point yet. The only comparable I know of is a Black one with an asking price of 425K GBP (around $659K). So these are pushing into very high territory and this one definitely has more going for it than that one, but it’s still a ways away from $1M.

  5. MDriver
    MDriver June 10, 2015

    I always looked at the 1994 964 3.6 S as the Holy Grail of Turbo 911’s….
    then I saw this “Lightweight” S….so I stand corrected…THIS is the Holy Grail….
    with aforementioned 964 going for strong 385k to 585k all day….this should be closer to 7 figures as was mentioned.

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