With almost all its weight in the back, 320 Stuttgart horses, an awfully big turbo and little help from systems, this is one for ‘with two hands at the wheel’!
Is it that special, that Turbo? We can be fairly brief about that. Ab-so-lutely! Compared to the ‘normal’ 964 911, the Turbo has a very thick butt, wide chest, lies a bit lower and has double pipes to get rid of all that forced compressed air. That’s how Ferdinand came up with it, and from there they started building the ‘normal’ 911. If you put the two next to each other, we compare it to a bra on the clothesline and Doutzen on the catwalk.
Ours comes from a fairly large Porsche collection and is in absolute new condition. The black Porsche leather is still matt, the paint is almost round to original, her radio is Porsche cultural heritage, all the books are present and she has only 149 thousand kilometers of drivers on edge. Now looking for a new loving home. See you soon?