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  • Porsche – 964 C2 Coupe

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    Porsche – 964 C2 Coupe

    34,000 miles

    Red

    Red

    3600CC

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    Porsche – 964 C2 Coupe

    Porsche

    1991

    Red

    Red

    34,000 miles

    Manual

    £0 In Stock

    £0 In Stock

    1991 PORSCHE 964 C2 COUPE

    The Porsche 964 series (1989-1994) benefited from significant engineering innovations to Ferdinand ‘Butzi’
    Porsche’s 911, resulting in reputedly the best chassis platform in an air-cooled Porsche. Utilising technologies
    from their 959-flagship model, the 964 was more powerful than Porsche’s first incarnation, the 356. A new
    engine, improved suspension and brakes, and a lightweight body resulted in impeccable steering and handling
    for the time, traits that continue to distinguish Porsche as a marque that effortlessly merges road and race cars.
    The Porsche 964 was 87% new and originally available as an all-wheel drive C4, superceding the popular Super
    Carrera (SC) and following the Carrera 3.2. Established as a new 911, the car helped Porsche recover after a
    global recession in the late 1980s.

    Designed by Benjamin Dimson, the 964 drew on its racing heritage; it combined the 356’s fastback styling with the supercar characteristics of the 1980s Turbo Porsches but shared just 13% of its parts with its predecessors.
    Translated as ‘race’ in Spanish, carrera was first used by Porsche in the mid-50s to denote the most high-
    performance models with racing technology, following Hans Hermann’s memorable victory at the Mexicana
    Carrera Panamerica in 1954, utilising a quad-cam engine.

    The Porsche 911 964 was considerably technologically advanced compared to previous models. Aside from the
    chassis redesign, ABS brakes, coil springs and power steering were introduced. The rear suspension used the
    previous generation Turbo’s aluminium semi-trailing arm set-up, and a smaller-diameter anti-roll bar fitted.
    The classic 911 shape was transformed; despite using the same boot lid, wings, doors, and roof, Dimson
    designed new moulded bumpers with smooth contours and driving lamps inside the bodyline. To improve
    aerodynamics and engine cooling, the distinctive retractable spoiler was housed in the engine cover and
    deployed at speed, maintaining the car’s fluid lines. Rain gutters were reduced in size, front and rear windows
    finished flush to the bodywork and trim was unadorned.

    In 1990, all pre-964 models were discontinued, and the two-wheel drive Carrera 2 introduced. Targa and
    Cabriolet versions followed. There were few visible differences between the Porsche C4 and C2 but were reported by Porsche to have the same performance figures, with a top speed of 162mph and capable of 0-60mph in 5.7 seconds. Both C2 and C4
    gained power from the previous generation’s 3.2 litre engine, however it was designed to be quicker than its
    predecessor. Engine capacity increased to 3.6 litres, with new forged pistons and the compression ratio raised to
    11.8:1. As catalytic converters were becoming compulsory, the modified engine ‘M64’ was required to run with or
    without them. A revised Bosch Motronic ignition and injection system produced 250bhp and 228lb-ft torque.
    Alongside the state-of-the-art Tiptronic transmission available on the C2, the 3.2 Carrera’s standard five-speed
    manual gearbox was developed, featuring stronger ratios to cope with the increased power and torque. The new
    C4 and C2 featured new brakes, although they were derived from the 928 S4.

    Our immaculate 1991 Porsche 964 C2 Coupe manual combines the functionally beautiful, classic ‘Butzi’ 911
    design with improved handling and steering. Painted in an eye-catching Guards Red, and paired with a
    sophisticated black leather interior, this 964 would make a dramatic addition to an enthusiast’s collection.

    5 Speed Manual

    34,000 Miles

    Guards Red Exterior

    Black Leather Interior

    Electric Windows

    Electric Mirrors

    Part Electric Seats

    Blaupunkt Media Player

    Sun Roof

    Rear Wiper

    17” Alloy Wheels

    1 Former Keeper Only

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  • Porsche – 993 Targa

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    Porsche – 993 Targa

    88,000 miles

    Blue

    Ocean Blue Metallic

    3600

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    Porsche – 993 Targa

    Porsche

    1997

    Blue

    Ocean Blue Metallic

    88,000 miles

    Tiptronic

    £0 In Stock

    £0 In Stock

    1997 Porsche 993 C2 Targa

    Tiptronic
    88,000 Miles
    Ocean Blue Metallic
    Marble Grey Leather Interior
    Cruise Control
    Panasonic Radio Player
    Part Electric Seats
    Electric Windows
    Electric Mirrors
    Climate ControlRear Wiper
    17” Alloy wheels
    Fully documented Service History
    5 Former Keepers.

    Excellent history, varioram 285 bhp engine

    The 993 model year is famously the last of the air-cooled 911s and was redesigned from the ground up, only borrowing 20% of its parts from the previous generation. Significant technical advances, including a new light-alloy subframe with a coil and wishbone suspension, an all new engine and newly standard 6 speed transmission, made significant progress in creating a more civilized car and a greatly improved driving experience. Designed by Tony Hatter, the 993 retained the classic 911 shape but featured updated exterior panels, significantly flared wheel arches, and a smoother front and rear bumper design. The aggressive stance of the wide-style body accommodated the new multi-link rear suspension which gave the car better stability. Newly improved handling made the car more planted and helped to reduce oversteer in cornering as well as improving ride quality and reducing interior noise. The acclaimed rear design sacrificed top speeds for better handling making it the perfect weekend partner to tackle the narrow, winding English country roads. Simply put, the new design and technical improvements meant the 993 generation Porsche hit the sweet spot between usability and fun.

    The 993 Targa was released in the 1996 model year and debuted a retractable glass roof dubbed the “greenhouse” system which would continue to feature on the 996 and 997 models. The glass roof slides underneath the rear window creating an open air motoring experience without the hassle of a convertible. Previous models had featured a removable roof and an enlarged b pillar that served to function as a roll bar. The new design allowed the Targa to retain the same profile design as the other Carrera variants and freed the driver from the inconvenience of storing the detached roof. This generation Targa is therefore an optimised version, offering the best of the air-cooled benefits alongside the modern, less cumbersome Targa top.

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  • Porsche – 993 Turbo S Coupe

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    Porsche – 993 Turbo S Coupe

    66,000 miles

    Yellow

    Speed Yellow

    3600

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    Porsche – 993 Turbo S Coupe

    Porsche

    1998

    Yellow

    Speed Yellow

    66,000 miles

    Manual

    £0 In Stock

    £0 In Stock

    PORSCHE 993 TURBO S COUPE MANUAL 1998

    1 of just 23 RHD cars – perhaps one of the ultimate air-cooled turbocharged 911s
    Upgrades over the standard 408hp car included bodykit, wing, brakes were uprated and included six-piston calipers
    The suspension was stiffer and lower (by 15mm) and the power was upped to 450hp through bigger turbos and a new exhaust
    Our chairman has gently evented this car at the St Mawes Classic and the car has featured at numerous shows and events

    66,000 Miles Only
    Manual
    Black Leather Interior with Full Carbon Fibre Trim
    Litronic Lights
    Sports Seats with Backrests painted Yellow
    Heated Seats
    Electric Mirrors
    Yellow Dials
    Porsche CD Radio Head Unit
    Upgraded Sound System
    Self Dimming Rear View Mirror
    Full Factory Specification, with a 15mm lowered suspension
    Yellow Seat Belts
    On board Computer
    Sunroof
    Rear wiper
    Yellow Brake Callipers
    Aerokit Front Splitter and Rear Spoiler
    Carbon Fibre Reinforced Suspension Strut
    18” Chrome Turbo S Alloy Wheels
    Full Service History with a recent Official Porsche Major Service

    Absolutely Immaculate Example.

    In the words of our chairman – “A true rocketship and supremely comfortable GT – really great to drive!”

    The 993 model year is famously the last of the air-cooled 911s and was redesigned from the ground up, only borrowing 20% of its parts from the previous generation. Significant technical advances, including a new light-alloy subframe with a coil and wishbone suspension, an all new engine and newly standard 6 speed transmission, made significant progress in creating a more civilized car and a greatly improved driving experience. Designed by Tony Hatter, the 993 retained the classic 911 shape but featured updated exterior panels, significantly flared wheel arches, and a smoother front and rear bumper design. The aggressive stance of the wide-style body accommodated the new multi-link rear suspension which gave the car better stability. Newly improved handling made the car more planted and helped to reduce oversteer in cornering as well as improving ride quality and reducing interior noise. The acclaimed rear design sacrificed top speeds for better handling making it the perfect weekend partner to tackle the narrow, winding English country roads. Simply put, the new design and technical improvements meant the 993 generation Porsche hit the sweet spot between usability and fun.

    The 993 turbo was introduced in 1995 and featured a new twin-turbocharged engine which brought the output up to 402 hp with the help of air-to- air intercoolers, electronic engine management, and redesigned cylinder heads. The 993 Turbo was the first to feature all wheel drive which was accommodated by wheel arches that were widened by approximately 6cm over the standard 993’s already enlarged arches. Most notably, the rear featured a fixed “whale tale” rear wing which housed the intercoolers and dramatically upped the 993 Turbo’s “cool” factor. The Turbo also featured larger brakes, new 18” alloy wheels, and was one of the first production cars in the world to feature the OBDII diagnostics system which would later feature as standard on the base 993 models. Thanks to a host of updates and firsts, the Turbo is an exciting drive but the all wheel drive system means the car still feels in control. Later production models featured a few key differences that improved upon the 95-96 years; stronger transmission input shafts were better able to handle the immense power in partnership with the AWD system. They also featured a modifiable ECU, motion sensors for the alarm, and “Turbo” emblazoned wheel caps.

    Considered by many to be the last of the ‘classic’ 911s, this Turbo S had an original production run of 345, of which only 23 were RHD. The 993 Turbo S was the first 911 with permanent four-wheel drive but the last with an air-cooled engine so in a way, it marks a transition in Porsche’s line-up. The Turbo S was upgraded over the standard Turbo to include a body-kit, wing, and updated brakes – six-piston callipers. The suspension has been stiffened and lowered by 15mm, and the bigger turbos and new exhaust take the power up to 450hp.

    This particular Turbo S is finished in its original Speed Yellow, as it was delivered from the Porsche Factory, and has only done 66,000 miles. The bodywork is in pristine condition unblemished by scratches, major marks or dents and the coachwork remains without chips, cracks or any sort of damage. Many elements of the interior match the beautiful Speed Yellow coachwork. The black leather seats have matching speed yellow hard backs and seatbelts, and the instruments in the dash are also finished in speed yellow. All the leather and the fittings are in exceptional condition with no tears or holes, evidence of careful and considerate use by its owners. It also features litronic lights, heated seats, electric mirrors, a Porsche CD Radio head unit, an upgraded sound system, a self-dimming rearview mirror, a sunroof, yellow brake callipers, aerokit front splitter and rear spoiler, the carbon fibre reinforced suspension strut, 18” chrome Turbo S alloy wheels and a full service history with recent Official Porsche Major Service.

    Our Turbo S has recently undergone an extensive “4 corners” nut and bolt rebuild by Tony Walker who spent most of his career at the prodigious Porsche Centre in Hatfield and is therefore presented like new. Every single milimitre of the car has been meticulously worked over and brought up to concours standard. The consumables have been replaced and four special order Turbo S shock absorbers were ordered from Germany alongside new brake discs and pads (front and rear), shims, and sensors. Most sections of the suspension have also been renewed, including the uprights, the bushes and any other related replaceable and worn parts. The car was then sent away to have the suspension set up and aligned so as to match all the new parts, thus giving this Turbo S the best ride possible. We do not believe that anything else on the underside or the consumables warrant any replacement, in virtually all respects this vehicle is like new. There simply isn’t a better Turbo S on the market, and we aren’t the only ones who recognise its truly remarkable condition. This Turbo S has enjoyed widespread media coverage in numerous Porsche Publications, even making the cover of GT Purely Porsche in April 2005 and featuring in the April 2013 edition of Total 911 magazine. The vehicle has been singled out as an exceptional find as recently as May of 2020. The editor in chief of Total 911 took the car out for the day and his findings feature prominently in the June 2020 issue. This Turbo S has been a contender in several concours exhibitions. Most notably, it was awarded Best in Class by Bonhams at St. Mawes, and was presented with the 911 Best in Class by Derek Bell as part of the Porsche 70th Anniversary year of Salon Prive at Blenheim Palace. 1 of just 23 RHD cars, this provenance-rich, stunning example of the ultimate air-cooled, turbocharged 911 would be a collection-making car for any enthusiast.

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  • Porsche – Cayenne S Tiptronic

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    Porsche – Cayenne S Tiptronic

    112,000 miles

    Black

    Metallic Black

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    Porsche – Cayenne S Tiptronic

    Porsche

    2008

    Black

    Metallic Black

    112,000 miles

    Tiptronic

    £4,950 In Stock

    £4,950 In Stock

    2008 Porsche Cayenne S Triptronic (Black Metallic)

    Desirable colour combination and amazing value today

    112,000 Miles
    Tiptronic
    Black Metallic
    Black Leather Interior
    Satellite Navigation
    Telephone Module
    CD Changer
    Heated Seats
    Fully Electric Seats
    Multifunction Steering Wheel
    Rear park Assist
    Rear wiper
    20” Alloy wheels
    Full Service History

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  • Porche – 993 C4S COUPE

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    Porche – 993 C4S COUPE

    37,000 miles

    Silver

    Polar Silver Metallic

    3600CC

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    Porche – 993 C4S COUPE

    Porsche

    1996

    Silver

    Polar Silver Metallic

    37,000 miles

    Manual

    £135,000 In Stock

    £135,000 In Stock

    1996 Porsche 993 C4S Coupe 3.8L Manual Special Factory Order

    Manual
    37,000 Miles
    Polar Silver Metallic
    Midnight Blue Leather Interior
    JVC CD Player
    Bluetooth
    Fully Electric Seats
    Rear wiper
    Electric windows
    Electric Mirrors
    Sunroof
    18″ Alloy wheels
    Full-Service History
    Five Former Keepers only.

    This C4S is a special-order version and is therefore extremely rare. Instead of the standard 3.6 Verioram engine, this car has a 3.8 litre 300 hp (221 kW) which was offered as a built-to-order option by the factory for a very small number of 993’s. From what we understand, only four C4s with this option were ever manufactured.

    The 993 model year is famously the last of the air-cooled 911s and was redesigned from the ground up, only borrowing 20% of its parts from the previous generation. Significant technical advances, including a new light-alloy subframe with a coil and wishbone suspension, an all new engine and newly standard 6 speed transmission, made significant progress in creating a more civilized car and a greatly improved driving experience. Designed by Tony Hatter, the 993 retained the classic 911 shape but featured updated exterior panels, significantly flared wheel arches, and a smoother front and rear bumper design. The aggressive stance of the wide-style body accommodated the new multi-link rear suspension which gave the car better stability. Newly improved handling made the car more planted and helped to reduce oversteer in cornering as well as improving ride quality and reducing interior noise. The acclaimed rear design sacrificed top speeds for better handling making it the perfect weekend partner to tackle the narrow, winding English country roads. Simply put, the new design and technical improvements meant the 993 generation Porsche hit the sweet spot between usability and fun.

    The Carrera 4s utilised the wider turbo-style bodyshell but with the naturally aspirated engine of the base models making it truly the best of both worlds. The C4s also featured slightly lowered suspension which alongside the wider tires created better roadholding and a dynamic driving stance.

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  • Porsche – 997 GT3 RS 4.0

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    Porsche – 997 GT3 RS 4.0

    12,000 miles

    White

    Granprix White

    4.0

    POA

    Porsche – 997 GT3 RS 4.0

    Porsche

    2011

    White

    Granprix White

    12,000 miles

    Manual

    £0 In Stock

    1 of 600 made and a superbly desirable collectible Porsche!

    12,000 Miles
    4.0 Ltr
    Grandprix white Coachwork
    Black with Red Sports Bucket seats
    Red Seats Belts
    Porsche Stability Management System
    Porsche Active Suspension Module
    Porsche Communication Module-PCM 3
    Touch screen Satellite Navigation
    Telephone
    Chrono Pack
    Sports Exhausts
    Climate Control
    19″ GEN II 997 GT3 Alloys
    Full Porsche Service History

    The 997 generation’s biggest updates were the interior and exterior styling, most notably the return to the “bug eye” round highlights of the 911 and 993 generations. The slightly widened body and larger 18” wheels gave the 997s a more aggressive stance, and they all benefited from slightly increased power. Inside, the design was similarly reminiscent of the pre-996 generation design. The return to traditional styling makes the 997 generation feel like an homage to the iconic and prolific original 911s, yet the futuristic and modern technology and engineering make it a car firmly rooted in the present. The 997 is truly the best of both worlds, a modern car in a subtly classic body, an eye on the past but a nod to the future.

    After six years of testing both on the road and track, Porsche released the jewel of the 997 generation’s crown. At the time of its build, the GT3 RS 4.0 L featured the most powerful naturally aspirated flat-six Porsche had on offer, and after a strict diet, lost a further 22lbs past the original RS reduction making it the most radical iteration of road going Porsche 911s.

    The 997 GT3 variant debuted at the 2006 Geneva Motorshow alongside the Turbo model. The GT3 model line was introduced as a way for Porsche to offer race cars for customer teams and homologate new aero features for racing. The Aerodynamic features on this model include a special front bumper with canards which increase cooling to the front mounted radiators and split spoiler at the rear, as well as a special bumper and centralised tailpipes that help draw heat away from the engine. The engine cover has been enlarged and features an additional air intake underneath the similarly enlarged rear wing.

    This generation GT3 RS is regarded as one of the best cars Porsche has ever created and its Mezger engine is one of the reasons why. Mezger engines are the most revered iteration of the flat-six overhead-camshaft engines and whilst all other 911s adopted a new and somewhat problematic design, the GT cars stuck with it. Having proven itself by winning Le Mans in the 911 GT1-98, the engine was proving to be unbreakable, and to top it all off, sounded fantastic. The other reason the 997 generation GT3 is considered one of the best is because it was the last with the six-speed manual gearbox that had been a hallmark of its predecessors. The engine and the gearbox mark the end of an era for Porsche and place the GT3 RS 4.0L firmly in the company’s history books.

    This GT3 RS 4.0L is number 211 of 600. 211 was purchased new in Germany by a collector who wished to acquire a very high spec, limited edition, Porsche 911. He was particularly interested in acquiring a 997 GT3 RS because he knew that Porsche were phasing out the 911 six speed manual gearbox and the iconic Mezger engine and this would be the last model with both. The vehicle was first registered in Germany and holds a full Porsche service history. As it stands the vehicle has 11,000 miles on the odometer and was optioned with ceramic brakes, black and red sports bucket seats, red seat belts, Porsche stability management system, Porsche active suspension module, Porsche communication module PCM-3, touch screen satellite navigation, chronopack, sports exhausts, rollbar and the 19” Gen II 997 GT3 alloys. During 211’s four-year stint under our ownership, the vehicle has been serviced and looked after by the top engineer from the Porsche centre at Hatfield who has recently carried out a major service and complete check on the car, certifying it is working perfectly.

    211 featured in the Total 911 article ‘Porsche 997 GT3 RS vs RS 4.0: Rennsport Masters. RS, short for Rennsport, evokes certain emotions in all Porsche lovers. It conjures up images of long days of motorsport-derived excitement at the hands of a world-class engine and 211 is happy to oblige. It drives beautifully and will look just as exciting on a show lawn as it does on the road.

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