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Porsche 964 Carrera 2

Porsche 964 Carrera 2

Coupé, 1992


  • No sunroof
  • 6-speed manual transmission
  • 80000km after rebuild

Porsche 964 Carrera 2 Coupé 3.8 // 6-speed // Reference class
In this particular case, let us exceptionally start by listing more or less well-known companies that focus on the topic of “backdate” or “restomod”.
Above all, the company Singer Vehicle Design, Lightspeed, Kaege, DP Motorsport, GS Manufaktur, Sander and many others… Whole hosts of companies are now primarily working on the Porsche 964 in order to build new models and creations out of them, which – apparently Following the spirit of the times – the relatively modern, still up-to-date technology of a Porsche 964 or 993 is given the look of past, epoch-making racing models from Porsche.

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In most cases, the result is more than impressive, although some of the manufacturers mentioned above work so intensively that the original donor vehicle only has anything to do with the new creation in terms of form and its technical basis. The measures are so profound that no stone is left unturned and practically every detail, no matter how small, is given its own signature, quality and look.
What we're getting at is that these modified, rebuilt vehicles are sometimes priced in the same range as hypercars like Bugatti or Koenigsegg. The order situation at some of the companies mentioned above is so good that delivery times lasting several years are accepted. At the same time, price negotiations are nipped in the bud. The cars cost what they cost.
Imagine a sales pitch at, for example, Singer or their representative in Germany, the Dörr Group. We ourselves can only let our imagination run its course, but with the best will in the world we can hardly imagine that in a conversation like this someone would seriously ask what the donor vehicle is all about and whether it has been good for the last 30 years was cared for before it was sacrificed for a Singer rebuild, or whether it had a service history, or whether there were dog owners or smokers among the previous owners, whether it was a garage vehicle and so on and so forth…

The answer to all of these questions would always be the same: What role does the previous life of a donor vehicle play if everything except the chassis number and its bodyshell has been replaced? When the entire interior, all relevant parts of the front and rear axle, the entire brake system, the transmission, the engine, the paintwork, simply everything, including the leather, carpet, headliner, has been renewed, revised and optimized, a virtually newly built vehicle begins new era. The big reset sets all components to zero.
From this extensive work onwards, a vehicle no longer defines its value based on its historical value, but rather its material value.
It is no longer comparable to the usual offers, which are subject to the classic evaluation pattern simply because of their age and type. From this point on, all you need is a piece of paper and a calculator to list and add up the work done. In addition, if you intend to sell this modified vehicle, you do not need a host of interested parties, but rather just the one person who wanted his dream Porsche this way and nothing else and is now in front of the completed fulfillment of his dreams. All the better if this very object of desire no longer has to prove itself, but – as in our case – has been working without any problems for 15 years and, thanks to its new properties, brings the owner the driving pleasure that has been with him since his metamorphosis on every trip was given.

Of course, this trend also has a downside. Anyone who has been paying close attention to the 964 market for years has noticed that fewer and fewer of these cars are available as coupés. The few existing offers now start at prices that were only reserved for top models just a few years ago. There is hardly any upper limit up to the few racing models 3.8 RS, RSR or turbo S, which can sometimes reach well into 7-digit sums.
And so, after a long introduction, we come to our magnificent guy, who in his previous life was driven by a single owner for around 160,000 km without any accidents and was serviced and cared for in the Porsche center until he decided on a new Porsche and his 964 Carrera 2 in the PZ of his trust gave in payment.
The Porsche Center Hegau on Lake Constance sold the Porsche to its second owner, who saw the right 'foundation' in exactly this vehicle: a Carrera C2 first delivered in Germany in December 1992 – last series with all upgrades, without a sunroof, without a rear window wiper, without Accident damage, in the “right” color and therefore ideally suited for his project – to create “his” Porsche 964 Carrera 2.
The second previous owner – to date – decided in the early 2000s to make extensive modifications and improvements based on the accident-free body.
The consequences:
Engine rebuilt by Thomas Endrejat (endrejat-porscheservice.de) to 3.8l displacement, “short” 993 6-speed gearbox in conjunction with single-mass flywheel and diff. lock, BILSTEIN “Walter Röhrl Edition” Unibal-mounted chassis , 964 turbo brake, integrated, covered HEICO roll cage (under the headliner and side panels on AB and C pillars), full leather/Alcantara interior, Recaro Pole Position, Momo suede steering wheel, 5-point Straps, and countless other details.
All of the work mentioned was carried out almost 20 years ago. Since then the vehicle has covered approx. 80,000 km under the best conditions. It has long since passed its baptism of fire and is well prepared for many more kilometers and years to come.

Driving with it is a dramatic experience even for experienced drivers and is difficult to convey in words. We still want to at least try.
In our now extensive Porsche network, we cannot remember a 964 that conveys its clearly sharpened Porsche DNA to its driver so impressively, while always maintaining the finest manners. Longitudinal and transverse dynamics generally have to do with at least a certain willingness to compromise.
At least.
Sometimes even with the ability to suffer, because it is precisely these attributes that have been developed in a sports car that in many cases lead to limited suitability for everyday use. Who wants to drive through the city in stop-and-go mode with a rough sports clutch? Who wants to subject their co-pilot to a suspension that doesn't deserve the name? Who enjoys a constant noise level of well over 100dB in a car that, in addition to all its sports car genes, is definitely capable of long distances?
This is exactly what makes the presented Porsche so distinctive. It manages this balancing act between driving machine and touring GT like no other. It's by no means the fastest Porsche we've ever gotten our hands on. In the last 35 years since the 964 was introduced, we have not come across a handful of examples that showed their characteristics and their interaction so perfectly coordinated.
It's as if a few gifted specialists had worked hand in hand with the goal of creating a truly remarkable Porsche.
Its chassis set-up and balance are exemplary and have a reference character. Its engine strikes the golden mean of a Porsche sports engine between generous power from every situation, combined with the art of delivering this clearly performance-oriented power in a fantastically playful and harmonious way. Any time, at any speed, in any gear.
The driver thinks the car is moving.
All of this with a sound range that can be addictive from idle speed to the highest regions without ever becoming intrusive. Its 6-speed gearbox matches the engine like a glove. His appearance is wonderfully reduced to the essentials, not intrusive from any perspective, and yet incredibly captivating. It stands before the viewer clearly and cleanly in an engaging way, without any frills, adventurous spoilers and the like. Shows the pure form of the Porsche 911 from every angle and therefore appears subtle, yet so impressive.

Defined down to the smallest detail.
Our entire team is enthusiastic about this new addition and unanimously agrees – this Porsche is a Sunday example in which everyone involved, without exception, had their finest hour.
Anyone who drives it will quickly understand what we want to say. It simply fits like a tailor-made suit from Brioni or welted shoes from the masters at Vickermann & Stoya.
More on this soon and until then with the very best recommendations for this driving experience!
Your dls team.
no air conditioning, no sunroof, no rear wiper and no other notable comfort extras. Please see the description below for a list of its most important properties.

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Year of construction: 1992
Initial registration date: December 1992
Model: 964 Carrera 2
VIN: WP0ZZZ96ZPS401530
Body: Coupé
Series: 964
Mileage: 80000 km
Power: 308 HP
Cylinder capacity: 3740 Liter
Steering: left
Transmission: Manual
Drive: Rear drive
Fuel: Gasoline
Configuration: ABS Servo steering
Interior color: Black
Interior material: Leather
Exterior color: Black
Manufacturer color code (exterior): Schwarz Perlcolor 738
Matching numbers: yes
Condition: Fully restored
New / used: New car
Ready to drive: yes
Car location: DEGermany

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