On July 12th, 1991 this Porsche was delivered to the Porsche Center in Turin, the first owner maintained the car exclusively at Porsche Turin:
October 23, 1991 at 5048 km Porsche Center Turin
July 30, 1997 at 39,734 km Porsche Center Turin
20.7.1999 at 58,878 km Porsche Center Turin
In 2001 the car was sold to France by the Porsche Center Mozzone, for this purpose a revision was carried out on 26-03-2001 at 76,652 km.
The second owner lived in Bordeaux and only maintained the car at the local Porsche Center in Bordeaux:
April 30, 2003 at 83,834 km Porsche Center Bordeaux
September 20, 2004 at 92,171 km Porsche Center Bordeaux
September 18, 2006 at 97,825 km Porsche Center Bordeaux
January 28, 2010 at 104,359 km Porsche Center Bordeaux
In 2011, the last owner, a pilot from the greater Paris area, bought it.
8/3/2012 at 113,065 km Porsche specialist Marc Borie
May 6, 2015 At 117,164 km, Porsche specialist Marc Borie
April 4th, 2016 at 119,397 km Porsche specialist Marc Borie
May 2, 2018 at 123,384 km Porsche specialist Marc Borie
October 31, 2019 at 125,420 km Porsche specialist Marc Borie
April 13, 2021 at 127,759 km Porsche specialist Marc Borie
There are a total of over 30 invoices since 2001, all TÜV reports are available.
This Porsche 964 Carrera 4 has a very good history and has traceable mileage. The 964 is one of the rare vehicles that was delivered without a sunroof, therefore ideal for tall drivers, the air conditioning works and the seats in the beautiful combination of magenta with fabric with Porsche lettering are fully electric.
Of course, the checkbook is available, as already mentioned, invoices and TÜV reports.
For cosmetic reasons / stone chips, the front of the car has been repainted, the roof, doors, rear fenders and boot lid are still in the original paint.
The car looks extremely clean and drives very well. The Cup mirrors and the JIL Cup Design 17 inch rims were retrofitted by either the 1st or 2nd owner.
Before the sale last year we carried out a complete technical check of the car and carried out the following works, among others, replacing a new evaporator and expansion valve, new starter, new tires Bridgestone Potenza with N code, new wishbones and new rear fan.
The parts alone cost €4,700 back then. A Blaupunkt SQ R Bremen DAB radio was also installed at that time, as well as a cup pipe and the rear wiper was removed. The car was currently ceramic sealed and a sports steering wheel from Momo (Prototipo) was installed, which can be purchased as an option. Of course, all the original parts are still there.
All in all a beautiful Porsche in a very rare color combination with a comprehensible history.