PCarmarket Is Selling An Air-Cooled 1996 911 Turbo
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With only 49K miles on the clock, this Porsche has a lot of driving left to do!
Porsche made a name within the automotive performance industry as the front runner in nearly every competitive outlet. Whether they are competing on a race track or the sales floor, the brand's primary goal has always been, and will always be, to beat the competition. The plan for accomplishing this has stayed the same for the German auto manufacturer's life. They focus on driving experience, style, and speed above all else, making them legendary in the automotive enthusiast community. Here's a car that perfectly embodies the spirit of Germany's favorite sports car.
This 1996 Porsche 993 represents the last of the air-cooled turbo cars, in the most renowned era of the German sports car. Finished in Polar Silver Metallic over Chestnut Brown leather interior, it was recently imported from France, and has only been owned by two drivers since new.
It is powered by a 408-horsepower and 398 lb.-ft of torque rated air-cooled 3.6-liter flat-six cylinder engine with twin-type K-16 turbochargers with dual charge air intercoolers, hydraulic lifters, and Bosch Motronic M 5.2 engine management. Backing the engine is a 6-speed manual transmission that sends power to all four wheels. It gets stopping power from red 4-piston aluminum brake caliper and 322mm rotors.
When buying or selling a world class enthusiast vehicle, having access to the right audience is critical. PCARMARKET has attracted a global community of collectors, race car drivers, and enthusiasts who share a common passion. As a result, PCARMARKET has become one of the fastest growing automotive auction marketplaces in the world. In addition to buying and selling cars, parts, and memorabilia, members gain access to current market data as well as entertaining and informative original streaming content.
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