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1991 Porsche 911 Turbo
The 964 Generation of the 911 is often regarded as the most beautiful and for good reason. The removal of the US impact bumpers that Porsche adopted to meet safety regulations in 1974 had made for a beautiful and aerodynamic improvement when they were eschewed in favor of the body colored and molded bumpers of the new 964's in 1989. The turbo is even more thrilling to look at with their wide hips and shoulders; almost an old Coke Bottle design.
The refinement is more than skin deep. Although retaining the 3.3 litre Single-Turbocharged and Inter-cooled engine, the motor now makes 315 bhp. The transmission is the familiar and improved G50 / Borg Warner Synchromesh gearbox. The car now rides on tradition spring and shocks at all four corners doing away with the old torsion bar set up.
The car we have here is a real gem. Painted from the factory in a gorgeous Polar Silver with Black full leather interior; it is a site to behold! This car also comes with the stunning and rare 18'' staggered width ''Speedline for Porsche'' three piece wheels. These are the very same wheels that would later be standard equipment on the 1994 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.6. This car also has been further enhanced by Bilstein PSS10 Coil-Over Suspension. You can really see from the photos how this 911 ''sits''. The ride is perhaps just a bit more firm than the stock set up but will offer even more grip in the corners without really sacrificing the ride quality. We do not have the original equipment wheels or suspension.
For a rare car with tremendous visual appeal and some incredible driving enhancements, this '91 Turbo is a super value. The 964 generation of the 911 have been steadily improving in value; the Turbos even more so. There really could not be a more fun Porsche to spend time behind the wheel with .Contact Michael Deeb, Porsche Classic Manager, @ 702-330-4665, [email protected], for more information and to purchase this incredible Porsche.
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