The Type 933 was the last 911 to receive the air-cooled treatment before constricting environmental regulations forced Porsche into water-cooled engines. Of the 993-generation, the Turbo is among the most prestigious given its high horsepower, spectacular performance, and limited availability. To many the 993 was the best during the evolution of the real 911 and the Turbo was the ultimate example of the mechanical air cooled Porsche’s.
993 Turbos have an amazingly increasing value as good examples are rare today.
About the Car:
Our example was delivered new to Geneva, Switzerland in 1997. It was delivered in this gorgeous midnight blue color combined with the light blue leather interior and the rare and expensive carbon pack (full list of extras can be seen below). An accident free car, it saw most of its life between Geneva and Monaco with only 3 owners from new. A full service history confirms the cars provenance and it’s general condition shows how loved this car has been in all those years. With only 87.000km and a recent Porsche service this 911 turbo is one of the best examples you can find in the global market today.
Note: Swiss Registered car so EEC taxes need to be paid in case the car is sold in Europe
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