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911 993 [1994 à 1998]

Une rare Porsche 911 (993) Turbo S affichée à plus de 800’000 euros

Avec moins de 1000 kilomètres au compteur, cette 911 type 993 devrait séduire plus d’un amateur, mais il faudra mettre la main à la poche.

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Porsche 911 type 993 Turbo S : près de 900.000 dollars pour cette rareté

Chez Marshall Goldman, revendeur américain de voitures de luxe et d’exception, on ne plaisante pas avec l’exclusivité. Leur position géographique ne laisse aucune place à l’erreur, le commerçant spécialisé ayant une de ses antennes à Beverly Hills (Californie, USA)… Autant vous dire que l’exigence du client moyen est sans aucun doute élevée ! Une des Porsche proposées à la vente, une 911 type 993 Turbo S, fait partie de ces modèles introuvables, ces pépites incroyables qui ne laissent personne de marbre, surtout pas les collectionneurs ou les passionnés de la marque allemande.

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There can only be two

They lost their heads, and it didn’t hurt: high above Zuffenhausen on the roof of the Porsche Museum are two Porsche 911 Speedsters, one with a great history, one ready to continue this history.

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Miniature 1:18 Porsche 993 Turbo Cabriolet de 1995 – GT Spirit

L’une des Porsche les plus rares a été fidèlement reproduite en miniature par GT Spirit à l’échelle 1:18 : la Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet type 993 de 1995 fabriquée à seulement 14 exemplaires. Il existe quelques pépites chez le constructeur de voitures de sport, construites à quelques rares exemplaires comme cette Porsche 993 Turbo Cabriolet …

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Porsche 993 Carrera RS road test

“You must push it,” says this 993 Carrera RS Clubsport’s owner, Omar. That’s fine for him to say, but the paradox of driving cars like this is exactly that – driving them.

Just 227 993 Carrera RS Clubsports were ever built. I’m sat in one now, a genuine 993 Carrera RS with the under-bonnet sticker containing the essential 003 code. That signifies Group N GT1 Carrera RS, simply ‘Clubsport’ or, in some markets, ‘RSR’.

My surroundings confirm that: the interior is devoid of anything other than the bare necessities, which means three pedals, a gearstick and a steering wheel. It feels pure race car, because that’s what it is.

A little bit more deciphering of those codes reveals that when ordered it came with a 197 88Ah battery, 459 strut brace, 471 Carrera RS Sports spoilers, 564 no airbag, 567 graduated tint windscreen, 573 air conditioning, 657 power steering and 990 cloth seats.

All came with most of these, the air conditioning optionally (and sensibly) added, as has a powered passenger window, the switch for it located in front of the gear lever in the middle, usually a blanked-off switch position in these. As a C11 model it was originally supplied to Austria, is left-hand-drive and finished in L39E Riviera blue, that bold colour covering every bit of the RS’s beautifully exposed bodywork. 

There’s plenty of it: the rear-view mirror, sat beside a sole sun visor, is filled with the stunning hue, the criss-crossing cage that fills the rear and braces down the door apertures as well as the entire rear area being covered in the bright finish.

There’s no carpet anywhere, save for a couple of mats in the front footwells. The lightweight, fixed seatbacks weren’t a stranger to the spray gun either, the lack of anything even as ‘luxurious’ as headlining means the colour is on the roof above, too.

You’d have to have been intent on really using the Clubsport as intended to pay the additional £5,250 it added to the regular RS’s £62,250 sticker price and, really, like the colour you picked, because there’s no escaping it when you get inside. 

For that additional outlay you lost equipment, the Clubsport binning the RS’s luxuries, such as they were, for an even more purposeful specification. It existed as a means to homologate the Carrera for the BPR GT3 and GT4 categories and is based on the Carrera Cup car, as well as giving more track-focused customers an even more focused machine.

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