The brakes, which are replaced by RUF high-performance brakes, as well as the rims, which also come from RUF, are also being optimized. With an output of 490 hp, this 993 RS was released back onto the streets and was also regularly driven in the following years. The next customer service directly at RUF was carried out on January 21, 2000 with a mileage of 12,988 kilometers on the now new engine. This is followed by the entries at: 38,993 KM on 04/24/2002 | 48,729 KM on September 18, 2003 | 51,617 KM on June 7, 2004 | 57,512 KM on 05/30/2006 | 62,676 KM on October 16, 2007. In the following years the car was exhibited in a large private Porsche collection, but no longer moved. At the same time, the vehicle was always kept ready for use and finally sold to its current owner in Germany in spring 2014. He also kept the vehicle in his collection in the following years, but without using the car again and so the mileage is still only 64,000 kilometers at the present time. With its unique driving performance, this Porsche 993 RS is the crowning glory of every Porsche garage for collectors and demanding drivers alike. We are handing over this unique 993 RS, including current customer service and a new TÜV, to its future owner. Our sales staff will be happy to answer any questions you may have at any time. Please note that vehicle inspections are generally only possible by prior appointment.
The Porsche 993
One thing is certain, and not just for fans of the Zuffenhausen sports car: the fourth generation of the 911, the 993, is one of the most desirable versions in the history of this classic. Although practically only the roof line remains unchanged, from 1993 the new model inspires with an exciting interpretation of the 911 design DNA. The organic interplay of concave and convex shapes, integrated bumpers and flush-mounted windows as well as the wide rear section with its angled strip of lights inspire almost every sports car fan. Even the flatter front fenders, made possible by new polyellipsoid headlights, quickly met with broad approval. The 993 also underlines its exceptional position in the sports car segment technically – for example with the completely redesigned aluminum LSA chassis. It combines lightweight construction, stability and agility. To this day, the multi-link suspension is regarded as the ultimate development stage of the “Weissach” rear axle, which has made history with its self-steering properties. The result: even more driving dynamics and further improved suspension comfort. The new generation also sets standards when it comes to propulsion: the 911 Turbo with standard all-wheel drive started using two turbochargers in 1995. The yield: 408 hp. At the same time, the 3.6-liter biturbo impresses with the lowest exhaust emissions of all series engines of its time. In the rear of the two-wheel-drive 911 GT2, which is limited to 100 units, it even generates up to 450 hp. Porsche initially only offered the 993 as a coupé and convertible. The Targa did not make its debut until 1995, but with a new concept: Instead of a removable roof section, it had a large glass roof that could be electrically immersed under the rear window. There is also another body variant as a production model: the all-wheel-drive Carrera 4S – followed a little later by the Carrera S – combines the wide body and chassis of the 911 Turbo. Only the rear wing remains outside. The six-cylinder boxer is another reason why the 993 is so popular with collectors and fans of this series: As the last 911 unit, it relies on classic air cooling. Initially 272 hp, the two-valve engine – again equipped with a double ignition – already developed 285 hp from 1995. On request, Porsche can provide a 300 hp variant. The manual transmission is also new: in order to sensibly cover the speed range now reaching over 270 km / h without reducing the engine's power development through a long gear ratio, it is given a sixth forward gear. In addition, it can be shifted even more precisely. In the end, it pays off for Porsche to put everything on one card with the 911, Type 993. With the fourth generation of the cult sports car, the chapter on air-cooled engines in this unique model story ended in 1998 after 68,881 vehicles were produced. After 35 years the second epoch begins. It is the beginning of an unprecedentedly successful time. For the 911. And for Porsche. Porsche produced a total of 68,881 vehicles of the 993 type between 1993 and 1998.
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