In two days, a 1996 Porsche 911 Turbo will be auctioned at Bring&Trailer. The current bid is $352,000, one and a half times the cost of a new 911 Turbo. Such interest in the lot is explained by the low mileage and the fact that the car belonged to one person. The current owner purchased the metallic silver coupe new and has covered only 207 km in 28 years.
The car differs from the standard 933 series coupe by a wider body, bumper trims and a fixed rear spoiler. The coupe is equipped as standard with headlight washers, built-in fog lights and a rear window wiper. Also listed are a power sunroof, 18-inch Technology hollow-spoke wheels and Pirelli P Zero Rosso tires. Front size 225/40, rear size 285/30. Brakes with Porsche four-piston calipers on cross-drilled rotors with ABS. The 933 Series Coupe is the first Porsche 911 to feature a multi-link rear suspension.
The interior features heated and power-adjustable front seats, a CD stereo with a six-disc CD changer in the trunk, and floor mats. Stainless steel door sill trims with Turbo logo. The gear lever and handbrake are finished in aluminum. The steering wheel, seats, center console and door panels are covered in gray leather. Aluminum VDO instrument dials with chrome decorative rings. Cruise control and automatic climate control are standard.
Under the hood of the coupe is a 3.6-liter flat-six engine with twin turbocharging. Its output is 400 hp. and 398 Nm of torque. The transmission is a six-speed manual with a limited slip differential. Drive – full.
The seller indicated that the front trunk lid and rear spoiler had been repainted. In March 2020, the left exhaust tip was replaced and one wheel was repaired. The turbochargers were also replaced.
In 1996, this Porsche 911 Turbo cost the owner $116,119. How much he will earn for the coupe will become known in two days.