Posts Tagged ‘993’

Finished in Polar Silver with Black Soft Ruffled Leather Interior this April 1995 registered, right hand drive 911 Turbo has recorded 51000 miles only and comes with the following options in addition to the standard specification:-

Manual 6 Speed Transmission, Taxed until November 2014, MOT valid until November 2014, 18″ Turbo Style 1 alloys (Porsche Original), Pirelli P Zero Tyres, Blaupunkt Single CD with AUX for iPod, Leather Dash and Centre Console, Original Leather 4-spoke Steering Wheel, Sports Seats, Trip Computer, Full Electric Seats, Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Rear Wiper, Electric Sunroof, Full Porsche and Specialist Service History, Beautiful example.

This 911 Turbo is now SOLD!

For further details please give The Car Spy a call on ++44(0)1892 506970 or email

Finished in Indisch Red with Black interior this privately-owned, left hand drive 1996 Carrera GT2 has recorded 46000 kilometres and comes with the following specification:-

6-Speed manual Gearbox, Locking Differential (40%), 3-part 18″ Speedline Alloys, 92 litre Fuel Tank, Recaro Racing Seats in leather, Electric windows, On-board Computer, Rear Spoiler with Brake Light, 4-point Race Harness Seatbelts, Porsche CDR-11 Radio/CD player, Red Instrument Cowlings, Front Fog Lights, Air Conditioning, Driver and Passenger Airbags, Alarm/Immobiliser.

Very rare and in stunning condition this GT2 is available to purchase today at 255000 Euros (plus Shipping/Delivery costs)

For further details please give us a call on ++44(0)1732 760699 or email

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Porsche 911 Carrera C2

Another splendid left hand drive example just imported from Japan – they certainly know how to look after their classic 993’s over there! This is a European-spec example finished in Cobalt Blue with Charcoal leather Interior, Tiptronic Gearbox, Air Conditioning and showing only 63,000 kilometres on the clock. Click here for more details. 

A 911 by any other number…….

The 993 911 evolved from the 964 in the early 90’s and in a relatively short lifespan of only 5 years turned into the 996 which begat the 997.

Knowing your Porsche 911 is very much a numbers game and although ‘911’ was its given number at birth, it is the internal factory code that we mostly use to describe a particular model. Nothing wrong with that of course. There is probably no other car ever produced that is more referred to by its ‘undercover’ number than the iconic 911.