1991 Porsche 911 (964) Turbo 3.3
This 1991 Porsche 911 (964) Turbo 3.3 is a matching numbers, factory right hand drive example that is becoming harder to find. Under the rear deck lid is a 3.3-litre single-turbocharged flat-six engine that produces 235kW/450Nm. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a five-speed manual transmission and it can run from zero to 100km/h in five seconds flat. The odometer shows 104,881km.
Porsche’s 964 Turbo was the follow up successor to the 930 Turbo and is the last in the Turbo line to feature rear-wheel drive and a single-turbo engine. These two aspects in particular made the 964 Turbo a tricky car to drive, but all the more rewarding if you get it right. The engine is smoother, more powerful and less prone to turbo lag than the 930 Turbo that came before it, making it one of the fastest cars in the world in its day. The 964 Turbo is characterised by its wide body and signature whale tail rear wing.
This 964 Turbo presents in excellent condition in its Red Velvet over light grey colour combination. It was specified with a sunroof, electric seats, features the original Blaupunkt radio and sits on a set of 17-inch Cup wheels wrapped in Nitto NT05 tyres.
A 1991 model year car delivered new to Hong Kong, this example was originally Amazon Green Pearl before being repainted in its current shade. It was imported to Australia in 2006 where it has remained since, under the care of its second owner. It features an upgraded exhaust, the upgraded rear brakes from a 993-era 911 and the engine was last rebuilt four years ago.
Today, the car’s exterior condition presents very well for its age. The paintwork is described as immaculate with next to no swirl marks or imperfections to be seen. Similarly, the body work itself is in great shape as no marks, scratches or stone chips detract from the car’s completeness. All four wheels are unmarked and each tyre still retains a great amount of tread depth.
Inside, this 964 Turbo’s light grey leather seats still hold strong shape and have almost no scuffs or marks. The carpet is clean and complete, even in the front storage compartment which is rare for Porsches. All gauges function normally, as does the factory Blaupunkt cassette radio player. Everything still works as prescribed, though there is some loose felt in the corner of the sunroof.
This car features a full gamut of maintenance history and owners documents, which will be supplied with the sale. It was last serviced earlier this month by Auto Coupe Porsche specialists in Melbourne. The remainder of its servicing has been completed through various Porsche centres and third party Porsche specialists. It will also come with a full original tool roll.
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