Fully sealed maintenance book at official Porsche Centers or Porsche specialists. Invoice history at the Porsche Center Barcelona and at Julià 911. Major maintenance with change of brake fluid and revision of the air conditioning system carried out at the Porsche Center less than 2,000km ago. The Porsche homologated Pirelli tires and the front brake discs have been changed 6,000km ago.
This Carrera 4S also has its Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, detailing the car’s serial numbers (chassis, engine and gearbox), its original color and extras.
The 993 came onto the market in 1994 as the 4th generation of the 911. Aesthetically, it was greatly modernized compared to its predecessors. Its headlights were flattened and its bumpers became more integrated into the bodywork. Its 3.6-liter engine initially offered 272hp and in 1996, thanks to the adoption of the Varioram variable distribution, the model increased its power to 285hp. For the transmission, you could choose between a 6-speed manual gearbox or a Tiptronic S automatic gearbox. For traction, it was available with both rear and 4-wheel drive. At the chassis level, the LSA (Light, Stable and Agile) rear axle was released, which gives the car greater stability and allows greater control of the rear, making the 993 a faster, nobler and safer car in sporty driving. As for bodies, it was available from 1994 in Coupé and Cabriolet versions. A year later, the Targa version arrived. The Carrera S and Carrera 4S versions came with the wider Turbolook bodywork. In 1998 the model gave way to the 996, the first 911 with a water-cooled engine.
C00: Germany / 033: Lowered chassis height / 159: Engine sound package / 326: Porsche CR21 Radio Cassette / 413: 18” Turbolook wheels / 491: Turbolook bodywork / 567: Windshield with graduated tint / 615: Nokia 2110 phone / 650: Power Sunroof / P14: Heated Seats