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1997 Porsche 911 Turbo

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You wanna get nuts? Let’s get nuts. Here we have a paint-to-sample Riviera Blue 1997 Porsche 911 Turbo, located in Montreal, with 21,465 miles on it. It is beautiful and head-turning in a way that only a pastel colored 993TT can be. It’s stunning. It also has an asking price that is more than $349,000! It’s a reserve auction so we do not know exactly what that asking price might be, but since the seller has set the starting bid at $349,000 then we know it is above that number. Yeah. This isn’t the craziest asking price I’ve come across on a 993 and if you were ever going to set your price in the stratosphere, then a Riviera Blue Turbo is just the sort of car to attract the right kind of attention. Still, it’s too high, but everyone needs a little insanity in their life now and then.

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Year: 1997
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.6 liter twin-turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 21,465 mi
Price: Reserve Auction

RARE – 1997 Porsche Turbo 993 in Factory paint to sample Riviera Blue. L9898

This is a true 2 owner Canadian car with 34341KM on it.

Factory options include Hardback sport Seats 373 374

Sun roof 650

Hated Seat L R 139 340

auto speed control 454

Aluminum Pack Y06

X98 Aluminum Braker Lever

Aluminum Shift X97

Stainless Oval Tips X54

Stainless Door Entry X70

Aluminum Instrument Dials X71

Good documentation of history available

Books and Records are present with the vehicle

Hood Decal Option codes

Carproof and Carfax available.

1 of 1 for Canadian market

1 of 434 cars built for Canada (2018 cars entire 1997 production – 1046 for NA)

COA on order.

PRICE IN USD CURRENCY

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Recently, we saw this Ocean Jade Metallic Turbo S sell for $440K and that gives us some idea of the heights a 993 Turbo is capable of reaching. We know that within this crazy market rare pastel-colored air-cooled 911 Turbos are some of the best bets for those looking to make the most on their investment. But that Turbo S was a spectacular car that sold for a significant premium even for a Turbo S so when a standard Turbo begins to encroach upon that sort of territory, then there’s a problem. With a price this high, there’s almost no appreciation to be found without waiting a very long time and even then there’s significant risk. Not surprisingly, I don’t expect this 993TT to sell anytime soon at this price, and perhaps the seller knows that, so for now this will remain eye candy. It’s a hell of a looker though!

-Rob