Porsche 964 Carrera 4

Porsche 964 Carrera 4

Coupé, 1990


  • Completely restored
  • 3.8 liters
  • in Urwerk quality

1990 / Porsche 964 Carrera 4 / 3.8 liters / completely restored in Urwerk quality in every little detail

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Urwerk quality on behalf of customers:
We offer “our” German 964 C4 Coupé 3.8 liter 5-speed manual in perfectly and comprehensively restored “new car” condition. A real pearl. In every detail. And a true wolf in simple sheep's clothing.
Our older customer and long-time Porsche 911 and 930 Turbo driver would like to part with his dream Porsche for reasons of reason due to its infrequent use for work. The car has just completed 3,469 km. The tight time frames for the hobby are usually smaller than expected when you first bought it – who among us doesn't know that!
We are looking for a new home with a Porsche lover who appreciates this restoration effort and who cares for this classic with the typical 911 silhouette with dedication. And if possible: can be used multiple times. One thing is certain: Porsche is no longer building new 964s. This is a real alternative for those who couldn't afford a new 964 at the time. But today.
The unit was dismantled down to the crankshaft, measured and the engine housing was converted to 3.8 liter RSR. The unit was equipped with new RSR pistons and cylinders, bearing sets, bearing shells, intermediate shaft bearing shell set, timing chains, stud bolts, tensioning and slide rails, oil return pipes, valve springs, titanium valve spring set, motorsport camshafts, exhaust valves, ignition cable set, throttle valve, RS intake manifold, RS flywheel , etc. The cylinder heads have been completely redesigned. The alternator, ignition distributor, power steering pump, injection nozzles, starter, engine panels, fan wheel, blower housing ring were tested and revised. The engine received a conversion kit for air mass measurement, a modified throttle valve and a conversion to Kat 200 Zeller with cup pipe. The power is approximately 315 hp.
The driving experience is very impressive and equally calm. The car has enormous torque and thrust and can still be moved in a very civil way. A wolf in sheep's clothing.
The interior is in perfect, original condition including turbo seats. The transmission and the front axle differential were checked and resealed.
In keeping with our well-known high quality standards, we bought this Porsche many years ago and left it in its original form. The basic condition when we purchased it could be described as perfectly healthy, which is always extremely important to us. Because external appearance often deceives hidden weak points.
Regardless of the very good initial condition, we almost completely dismantled the car into its individual parts and treated it in the Urwerk manner. The result is a virtually new car. Externally, internally, underneath and in technical terms.
Neither costs nor attention to detail were spared on all components. For this purpose, the body was completely dismantled, each individual component was treated individually and then reassembled with every small rubber part and all seals and screws. Like a model kit.
We dismantled and treated every component on the chassis/underbody in the same style. All relevant wear parts were replaced during this process. Also those components that are expensive but not visible from the outside. Otherwise we could not describe this restored 964 as a “virtually new car”: “A vehicle is a new car if it is unused, the model of the vehicle continues to be built unchanged, it does not have any defects caused by a long period of storage and if between the manufacture of the vehicle and The purchase contract must not be concluded for more than twelve months” (source: VERLAG CHBECK oHG
Wilhelmstraße 9, 80801 Munich; https://rsw.beck.de/aktuell/daily/melde/detail/ag-muenchen- exhibitionsfahrzeug-ist-kein-neuwagen-mehr).
After our purchase, we completely cleaned the vehicle from below in order to subject it to a further, more thorough check of its current condition. The entire body and individual components were then dismantled, right down to the remaining bare underbody and empty wheel arches. Our love of dismantling was (for example) not only limited to the individual door handles, door locks, individual mirror parts and drive shafts, but also to the entire pedals, which disappear behind a cover plate after reassembly and are no longer visible. According to the motto: if you do, then please look correctly and not carelessly overlook neighboring parts.
For example, expensive wheel bearings, drive plates and automatic clutches, air conditioning components, etc. have also been replaced. Here in no particular order, for example: oil line, brake pads, brake discs, brake hoses, brake hose age, brake lines, bumper support tubes, headlight rings, headlight lenses, taillight units, indicator lights, side indicator lights, horn,
High and low frequency fanfares, air conditioning lines, fan frame, lamp holders, rear axle bearings, wheel bearings, gas pressure damper hoods, air conditioning evaporator, air conditioning dryer, air conditioning expansion valve, engine mount RS, rear wall rear spoiler/blind, hood cable, trunk bulkhead seal, trunk lid lighting, engine compartment insulation mat, engine compartment sealing, aluminum heat shields, wishbones, Fuel pump cover, fuel line, ball joints, coupling rods, oil level sender, oil cooler, air baffle, door window lifting rails, tie rods, bellows, handbrake cables, fuel filter, oil filter, trunk seal, window shaft strips, door shaft seals, piping on body, series resistor blower oil cooler, air nozzle dashboard, interior fan, fanfare holder, coupling rods, Trunk lid handle shell, throttle cable, ABS sensor cable harness, sunroof guide, fender holder, tank cap cap, oil filler cap, top trunk cover, door lock covers, air conditioning dryer, lid emblem, Bilstein B16 spring struts, trunk lock carrier cover, sliding bearing shift lever and rod, shift tube bearing bush, door seals, trunk lid lettering, Bumper support, fuel tank suction hose, fuel return line, fuel pressure line, power steering return line, power steering pressure line, step bridges window frame, windshield seal front window, windshield seal rear window, cup tube, triangular window frame seals, rear side window window seals, fog lights, door lock bowden cables, tail light strip between taillights, dome bearing, bellows, transmission bearing bracket, suspension strut bearing, transmission guide tube , tear-off screws steering lock and steering column, accelerator pedal, pedal rubbers, storage compartment, steering column covers, ventilation nozzles vents, clutch master cylinder, handbrake handle cover, sunroof switch, window guides, cigarette lighter plug, storage compartment rubber, windscreen tinted green with green wedge and antenna, wiper rubbers, rear wiper blade, brake shoe set, single-mass flywheel, handbrake spring set, brake discs , brake caliper connecting cables, Bosch battery, seat back covers, door handle pads, warning contacts, inner door foils, door panels, mirror glass, axle boots, lambda sensor, connecting piece, master brake cylinder, tires, breather hose, ignition distributor, bearing bush, clutch release lever and many relevant small and very small parts such as: clips, clamps, grommets, Holders, screws/nuts, bearing bushes, cable holders, stop buffers, retaining rings, sealing rings, gaskets, hinge bolts, velvet strips for sunroof, securing clips, rubber pads, door hinge pins, door catch straps, cover plugs, plug housings, cowl grilles, windshield washer nozzles, piping, magnetic screws, pipe clamps, license plate lights, sealing sets, sheet metal nuts , water drain nozzles, sealing plugs, snap fasteners, etc.
The whole thing is documented in numerous photos: initial condition: raw, cleaned, dismantled, revised, completed and finished. Finally, at the customer's request, the car was given a transparent, non-sticky protective coating on the underbody and all add-on parts.
Other extras:
3.8 liters, air conditioning, rear window wiper, heated rear window, central locking, tinted glass, green wedge, front seats with turbo backrest, partial leather, power steering, electric front seat adjustment, front seat heating, electric sunroof, headlight cleaning system, fog lights, Bilstein B16 coilover suspension, cup rims, spacers, sports steering wheel, RS -Exterior mirrors, jack, tool bag, tire inflation compressor.
Background to our condition description:
For 18 years we have been carrying out maintenance and repair work on the air-cooled units and dismantling them down to the last screw before the bare bodies are stripped of paint and rust in phosphoric acid. During this dismantling work, which precedes the immersion bath and KTL, and the subsequent component revision and reassembly, we hold every component, no matter how small, in our hands several times. As a meticulous restoration specialist with well-known national and international references, this enables us to assess used vehicles in detail for you. Because a 111 points check is limited to 111 points and a TÜV stamp is only of limited use to us.
Why are we mentioning this?
Because this means that you know in Urwerk before you complete the purchase what you are actually getting in return for the actual condition. And this especially with regard to the comprehensive body and technical examination on the underside of the car as well as in its mostly uncommented nooks and crannies.
We document all abnormalities and components using photos. This is the most important thing for every buyer and keeps you enjoying the car – even after the purchase.
So we don't leave you and your Porsche alone after your purchase, but we continue to accompany you and the car we know about with maintenance, servicing and service work, which we carry out on a daily basis for all of our old and new customers alike.
We explain:
Every interested party would be happy to examine the condition of the vehicle offered here in detail on the lifting platform.
are also possible by appointment in the evenings as well as on Saturdays and Sundays in the Urwerk with the best lighting.
Changes, typographical errors and errors are reserved. We ask for your understanding that we cannot assume any liability, guarantee or liability for the completeness or information of the content. The only decisive factor is the agreements in the subsequent purchase contract. The vehicle is subject to prior sale until written confirmation of sale has been received.
We look forward to your call (+49 172 5632566/+49 5605 949391) or your email.
Yours Stephan and Maximilian v. Tülff


Year of construction: 1990
Initial registration date: March 1990
Model: 964 Carrera 4
VIN: WP0ZZZ96ZLS405536
Body: Coupé
Series: 964
Mileage: 3469 km
Power: 315 HP
Cylinder capacity: 3,8 Liter
Steering: left
Transmission: Manual
Drive: Four-wheel drive
Fuel: Gasoline
Configuration: Sun roof ABS Servo steering Air conditioning
Interior color: Black
Interior material: Leather
Exterior color: Black
Manufacturer color code (exterior): Schwarz Metallic
Vehicle inspection valid until: December 2025
Condition: Fully restored Accident-free
New / used: Used car
Ready to drive: yes
Registered: yes
Country of first delivery: Germany
Number of vehicle owners: 5
Car location: DEGermany

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