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1994 Porsche 911 RS America

As collectors scamper to snap up every rare variant of the air-cooled 911, prices simply continue to increase for almost any car, but especially those with elevated sporting pretensions. Such is the case with the model we see here, the 911 RS America. The RSA was Porsche’s response to the desires of its customers who wanted a 964 Carrera RS and while the RSA isn’t quite the stripped-out track-focused car that the Carrera RS was, it still provided buyers with a lightened alternative to the standard Carrera 2 along with sport seats and sport suspension. The RS America was produced in ’93 and ’94 and the example here comes from that second year of production. Options were limited on these cars, but this one has had the optional A/C fitted.

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Year: 1994
Model: 911 RS America
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 67,505 mi
Price: Reserve auction

1994 Porsche 911 RS America

67, 505 Miles


One of 84 produced in 1994.

Rare and very desirable collector car.

Technical information available at RS America enthusiast website:

All original car with exception of upgraded Sony CD headunit.

This vehicle is equipped with ice cold A/C.

This RS America is exceptionally clean and runs and drives beautifully.

Located in Tinton Falls, NJ 07753.

Contact Dean at 848-459-7776


Everything here looks as we’d expect with both exterior and interior presenting very well. Thus, I’m somewhat surprised at the current bidding, which sits at $75,099 and hasn’t moved up much recently. While it wasn’t too long ago when that would have been a very strong price for a RS America, we’ve moved well past those days now with many of them priced north of six figures. Of course, asking six figures and receiving six figures are two different animals, but with cars in excess of 100K miles selling between $60K and $70K the market does seem to support some of these six figure asks. Whether this one can get there, I’m not sure, but I still expect bidding on this to rise quite a bit.



  1. cdnpaul
    cdnpaul September 13, 2014

    Wow, do I ever wish I invested in 911’s 5 years ago. I could have more than doubled my money on these as well as any year 3.2. Unbelievable!

  2. audemars
    audemars September 13, 2014

    I don’t drive my ’93 RSA much anymore. The rapid rise in prices, keeps it stored and agreed value insured.
    When I do take it for a drive, the rawness of the car, is a great experience. The GT3 is a Cadillac compared tho this…

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