From 1992 to 1996 the car remained with the first owner in Munich, from 1997 to 2006 with the second owner in Straubing / Bavaria, before it was sold to Ulm in 2006.
In 2011 we bought the car again and then sold it to a customer who now, exactly 10 years later, has bought a 993 RS from us and has given the 964 RS “trade-in” again.
17 services have been carried out on the vehicle since it was first delivered and are documented. The last service took place in August 2021 and 4 new tires were also fitted.
All documents exist for the car, such as old vehicle letters, new vehicle letters, original service booklets, all logbooks, key code cards, spare keys, vehicle tools, etc. There is also a file folder for the vehicle, which is full of receipts, maintenance certificates, invoices, photos, etc. is. For the car there are also the fog lamp dummies, the red belts and pull loops, as well as the rear carpet with red lettering as with the first delivery. A large article on the vehicle was published in the Porsche newspaper PORSCHE SCENE in the 08-2011 edition. The magazine is also included in the folder.
To be very clear: We are talking about a real collector's item and not a converted 964 or an RS that has spent its life on the racetrack. The car is completely accident-free, in its original condition, with "matching numbers" engine and gearbox as well as all body parts with the correct production number and in an absolute "super condition" and with a completely traceable and verifiable history.
The vehicle is optionally available with the original RS steering wheel with an extended hub in black leather and an original “Porsche special request steering wheel” for the model 964 RS in black / gray leather with Porsche lettering in the wreath and RS embossing on the horn cover. There are also the original three-tone gray seat cushions, as well as a set of seat cushions in dark gray Alcantara, which were specially made for a 964 RS. (see the illustration)
A car for driving pleasure and a real "feast for the eyes". Not a vehicle that should be forgotten in a collection, but one that should be driven and enjoyed. In terms of mileage, this is certainly not a problem and no loss of value. A real 964 RS remains a real 964 RS !!!