In 1991, the 911 Turbo rejoined Porsche’s model range based on the 964 with familiar wide bodywork, a rear spoiler, and a 3.3-liter engine updated with a larger turbocharger and intercooler. This inaugural-year example comes finished in Black Metallic over a matching interior featuring optional supple leather seats with heat and adjustable lumbar support. Originally designated for the European market and cared for by two prior owners, this 964 Turbo was imported from France to Canada earlier in 2022 and is now being offered for auction showing approximately 81k kilometers (50k miles) on the odometer accompanied by an extensive collection of service records.
This 964 comes finished in Black Metallic (L738) and features European-market bumpers and lighting with clear side marker lenses. Turbo-specific bodywork includes wide fenders, aero mirrors, and a Tea Tray spoiler. The car rides on a set of aftermarket 18” Speedline-style wheels fitted with Yokohama tires and Porsche crested center caps. Additional images are provided in the gallery.
Inside, the black leather interior features optional heated seats in supple leather with 4-way adjustable lumbar support as well as a sunroof and factory Porsche-Alpine CD-10 radio. The seller describes the cabin to have been very well-kept with all gauges and accessories remaining fully functional.
The 964 Turbo carried over the 3.3-liter flat-six engine from its predecessor featuring a new intake and exhaust system, updated Bosch Motronic programming, a larger turbocharger, larger intercooler, and a dual-mass flywheel. As much as 315 HP and 332 lb.-ft of torque are sent to the rear wheels by way of a 5-speed G50/52 manual transmission with a limited-slip differential. Compared to the standard 964 Carrera, the Turbo model came with stiffer suspension featuring larger anti-roll bars as well as an upgraded braking system with cross-drilled rotors and larger four-piston fixed calipers. The car is accompanied by a binder of documented service history as well as the original maintenance booklet with the most recent service entry completed in 2021 by the independent Porsche specialist MJ Technic of Charnay, France.
This sale will include a set of keys, the original owner’s manuals, service records, import documents, and a clean title.
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