1990 Porsche 964 Carrera 2 RS-Style

We are pleased to offer this 1990 Porsche 964 Carrera 2 Coupe finished in Polar Silver Metallic over a black interior.  Having enjoyed a successful career in the PCA Club Racing circuit during the early 2000s, this 964 has more recently been converted for street use and treated a complete engine rebuild, glass-out respray, and full RS-style interior with replica Recaro bucket seats and Maritime Blue accents.  It features a lightweight clutch and flywheel, a Porsche Motorsport limited-slip differential, and Maxilite Cup-style wheels.  A faithful recreation of one of Porsche's most celebrated RS models, this 964 is now being offered for auction by its seller out of New Jersey.

This Carrera is finished in Polar Silver Metallic and was treated to a full glass-out respray in 2020 along with the installation of all-new body seals.  Following the conclusion of its racing career in 2019, this 964 was fitted with windshield wipers and standard glass windows.  Additions include a replica Euro RS front bumper with splitters, clear fog light inserts, updated aero mirrors, and new OEM brake lights, turn signals, and rear reflector band. The car rides on a set of 17” Maxilite Cup-style wheels with RS-logo center caps and BF Goodrich g-Force tires dated from 2019. Additional images are provided in the gallery.

The cabin has been completely redone with RS lightweight carpeting, RS-style door panels, and FVD Brombacher RS-style bucket seats.  New Maritime Blue seatbelts have been fitted to match the seat centers along with a new leather center console accented by Maritime Blue stitching.  Other details include a reupholstered leather steering wheel with RS replica horn cover, an RS center console delete, a custom aluminum shifter, rear seat delete, and a Rennline lower dash cover with radio and airbag delete plates.  The sunroof is currently inoperable, and the A/C and radio have been eliminated.

The air-cooled 3.6L flat-six engine was completely rebuilt by Daniel Jacobs of Connecticut in 2017.  The 5-speed G50 manual transmission was also rebuilt by Daniel Jacobs in 2010. A carbon fiber heater duct has been added to the engine and the transmission has been paired with a Porsche Motorsports limited-slip differential as well as a lightweight RS clutch and flywheel.  A new battery has been recently installed and corresponding invoices are provided in the gallery along with images of the undercarriage. The seller has also provided the following list of documented services:

  • 08/2019 - Clean ICV, slight raise to ride height, connect instruments, connect heat, complete alignment
  • 05/2019 - Replace straight exhaust with aftermarket muffler (no cats), add and test wipers, remove and replace Lexan windshield to glass, swap racing injectors for less-aggressive street driving, adjust e-brake, reconnect all gauges (AIM removed)
  • 08/2018 - Leak-down test  – 3 > 4% all cylinders $458
  • 07/2018 - Replace oil lines, timing chain cover, full fluid service, new rotors, full nut and bolt safety check, prep for WGI - $5,231
  • 05/2017 - Complete engine rebuild (itemized documentation) $$21,935
  • 06/2017 - Replace oxy/oil sensor $654
  • 06/2016 - Trackside support $1,686
  • 04/2016 - Race prep and fluids $7,053
  • 04/2015 - Brakes, tires, race prep $10,351
  • 03/2014 - Fuel tank, seats, bearings, oil cooler pipes, valve adjustments - $11,596
  • 09/2010 - Transmission rebuild/clutch $8,800
  • 08/2010 - Race prep/support $1289

The PCA Club Racing logbook dates from 2000-2018 with highlights including:

  • 2006 - LRP - 1st in E class, 2nd enduro
  • 2006 - Daytona - 1st in class sprint, 1st enduro
  • 2006 - CMP – 1st overall/1s in class sprint- 1st enduro/1st overall
  • 2006 - WGI/SVRA – R2R – 2nd enduro/13th overall

 

This sale will include a collection of service records, racing logbooks, and a clean title.

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Comments (28)

  • fatcam (registered bidder) 1 hour, 27 minutesago

    @MCMMatt what about the rest of the suspension? And how many miles on the engine since the 2017 rebuild? Not seeing a mileage stamp on the corresponding invoice.

  • Rstrahota 1 hour, 36 minutesago

    Who were the drivers of the car according to the PCA logbook? Info will help my feeble mind remember the car…

  • MCMMatt (seller) 4 hours, 25 minutesago

    @fatcam Its a Bilstien b16 adjustable Coilover suspension.

  • fatcam (registered bidder) 4 hours, 57 minutesago

    Any info on suspension?

  • MCMMatt (seller) 8 hours, 29 minutesago

    @ncmoto The mileage is correct. The Porsche for the longest time was strictly used as a track car. Between converting the car for street use/Paint/Interior, the current owner was not able to drive it as much as he'd like too.

  • ncmoto 8 hours, 56 minutesago

    Hello, I have a question regarding mileage. Do you believe it is correct? One of the invoices back in 2010 says the car had 143,284 miles. In the last 12 years the car only accumulated an additional 5000 miles? Thank you NCMOTO

  • Slantnose 10 hours, 21 minutesago

    Bid in the amount of $54,500

  • Cannonball1968 20 hours, 51 minutesago

    Bid in the amount of $54,000

  • Pablitocervantes 21 hours, 3 minutesago

    Bid in the amount of $50,911

  • PCARMARKET_MODERATOR 1 day, 9 hoursago

    Additional content has been added to the listing gallery.

  • Roughchild 1 day, 10 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $50,000

  • MCMMatt (seller) 1 day, 10 hoursago

    @FelixG Sorry, we do not have the plexiglass windshield. The engine does have stock power, specific for its race class. The owner just wanted an awesome lightweight fast car for the street to have fun with.

  • MCMMatt (seller) 1 day, 10 hoursago

    @JAMN930 There are no reports of any accidents. To my knowledge, it was never in a wreck on or off the track. There is no rust on this car. Definitely garage kept its entire life.

  • JAMN930 (registered bidder) 2 days, 4 hoursago

    Has the car ever been crashed or had any accidents? Any signs of rust? Thanks

  • Cannonball1968 (registered bidder) 2 days, 22 hoursago

    Does anyone have any insight on how much to get the AC working?

  • FelixG (registered bidder) 3 days, 1 hourago

    Do you still have the race plexiglass?
    Is the engine stock power?
    What was the motivation to convert it back to street specs after such extensive racing?

    FV

  • utopify (registered bidder) 3 days, 9 hoursago

    @knurbflockle Great point - I'd probably do the same, badge it a Carrera 2, fix the inoperable stuff, add in the comfort things and enjoy!! Its cool to see C2/4's with RS equipment and tasteful upgrades. Another things I've been considering is the aux fan bypass, but after reading about heating issues and foggy windows, decided to keep the fan in the engine bay, but that bypass pipe looks fantastic and saves some weight. Fun discussion!

  • knurbflockle 3 days, 9 hoursago

    @utopify thanks… and yeah I think I would remove the RS badging. It can be as close as anyone wants to make it to a real RS, but not that. I wonder it it was ever seam-welded.

  • utopify (registered bidder) 3 days, 10 hoursago

    @knurbflockle having worked on several cars over the years - but am by no means a Porsche expert, you'll need to ask yourself "if I had this car, I would...." And just start filling in the blank. Unless you live in Alaska - or are going to track this car again, you'll want A/C. Even in October in New York, my 964's interior gets uncomfortable w/o A/C. After you make that list, price the parts/labor to make it your own. This is an awesome car, and I am a 964 believer - THE best 911 in my opinion. With a fresh power plant, paint, etc it is ready to be enjoyed as a solid driver and "cars and coffee" ride. I'd add A/C back in, fix some tid bits to make it my own, be honest with folks its an RS clone and enjoy the heck out of it. Beautiful paint from what the pictures show and as always, fantastic to see 964's on the block. Good luck @seller!

  • MCMMatt (seller) 4 days, 1 hourago

    @td_05 Not really sure. The motor and wiring are there but just not hooked up.

  • td_05 (registered bidder) 4 days, 6 hoursago

    What needs to be done to get the sunroof working again?

  • MCMMatt (seller) 4 days, 8 hoursago

    @joebatters I believe the entire AC system was removed. Its a February build date.

  • Cannonball1968 5 days, 6 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $48,000

  • Comish 5 days, 9 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $46,911

  • joebatters (registered bidder) 5 days, 9 hoursago

    Also, I see that there is no ac compressor. Were the ac lines, evaporator and condenser removed too?

  • JAMN930 5 days, 9 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $45,911

  • joebatters (registered bidder) 5 days, 9 hoursago

    What is the build date? Trying to figure out if this car had the head gaskets from the factory or not.
    Thanks

  • knurbflockle 5 days, 11 hoursago

    Be still, my heart. Looks gorgeous to my uneducated eye. Here to see if the Porsche experts approve— I have not owned one yet.

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