Up for auction is this 1992 Porsche 964 Turbo. One of only 309 examples delivered to the U.S. for the model year, this 1992 Turbo was sold new in California and remained with its second owner from 1995-2021 during which time a full GT2-style race car conversion was performed by GAS Motorsports. The car features a 993-style body with wide fenders, GT2 Evo spoilers, Plexiglas windows, and BBS wheels along with a stripped-out racing interior and full roll cage. Power comes from a G50/52 964 Cup gearbox paired with a highly modified 3.3L engine featuring a custom billet turbo, twin-plug ignition, RUF cams, a custom intercooler, stainless steel headers, and more. Accompanied by a clean title, this no-expense-spared GT2-style 964 Turbo race car is now being offered for auction by its seller out of Texas.
Under the prior ownership, this Turbo received a full Getty Designs widebody kit with bolt-on rear fenders as well as a 993 GT2 Evo-style front end and rear wing. The windows are made from Plexiglas and lightweight material is used for the roof and door panels. The car is finished in White with removable vinyl graphics and the seller notes some minor issues with the fitment of the aftermarket body panels as well as some rock chips on the front bumper, a crack on the passenger-side rocker, and a few other small imperfections as depicted in the photo gallery. A clean CARFAX report is also provided for reference. This Turbo rides on custom three-piece 18” BBS E88 wheels dressed in a set of new Nitto NT01 tires.
The cabin is has been stripped out and fitted with a full roll cage and NASCAR-style door bars as well as a pair of Recaro racing seats, safety harnesses, Simpson door nets, and additional gauges for turbo boost, head temperature, engine hours, and oil pressure. A “push-to-pass” overboost button was added to the Sparco steering wheel and a Motorola racing radio has been installed along with a fire suppression system. The seller notes all safety equipment is date-coded from 1996 and that all gauges and switches remain fully functional.
This 3.3L flat-six engine (61N00854) in this 964 has been rebuilt and upgraded with a custom billet turbocharger, Carillo rods, Aasco valve springs, a Carrera 3.2 intake, twin-plug MSD ignition, Turbo RUF cams, stainless steel headers, dual front oil coolers, a custom intercooler, HKS blowoff valve, and Autronic SM2 ECU. The rear wheels are driven through a G50/52 964 Cup 5-speed gearbox rebuilt with steel synchros and custom ratios. Other upgrades include 993 RSR shocks, Alcon front brakes, a brake bias adjuster, and a new 32-gallon Fuelsafe fuel cell installed in 2021. Recent service includes a brake fluid flush, oil change, and new battery.
This sale will include a clean Texas title. Do not miss your chance to hit the track this season behind the wheel of this custom GT2-style 964 Turbo race car.