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1991 PORSCHE 911 (964) TURBO 3.3

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This Porsche 911 Turbo is a well-maintained example of the marque’s 964-generation supercar, presented in good order. Under the engine lid is a 3.3-litre flat-six boxer engine producing 316bhp and 332lb-ft of torque, driving the rear wheels via a five-speed manual gearbox. The odometer shows 100,113 miles.

First registered on 4 April 1991, this 964 Turbo is an original UK-market car, and there are six previous keepers on the log book. It is now offered for sale, having been cherished and enjoyed by the vendor for the last 11 years.

Porsche introduced the 964 Turbo in early 1990 as the replacement for the ageing 930. At first, the 3.3-litre engine from the previous model was used with upgrades to improve driveability and outright performance.

Finished in its original hue of Midnight Blue metallic; the 911 presents well, with only minor age-related blemishes to the finish. The paint may well be original, and there are some stone chips present on the front bumper and front boot lid, with a few further marks apparent under the headlights. There is also some ‘road rash’ evident on the widened rear haunches ahead of the rear wheels.

On the lower parts of the windscreen pillars, and in one spot along the scuttle panel, there are minor signs of corrosion – a common spot for this issue on 964s. Ultimately, the car can be enjoyed as-is though, and the next owner can plan to attend to the corrosion in the future. The 911 retains its original badging, with some discolouration present, while the rear light lenses are also complete but have some surface cracks in places. This 3.3 wears its original five-spoke 17-inch alloy wheels, which are in good condition with no kerbing marks.

The blue exterior is complemented by grey leather upholstery, with blue accent piping on the seats. There are no rips or tears in the leather seats, though the outer bolsters on the front seat show signs of creasing and wear from entering and exiting the vehicle. Some staining or spoiling of the leather is also visible on the rear seat squab cushions. The door cards are in good condition, while the dashboard retains all its original switchgear in full working order.

The ignition key panel, steering wheel and gear knob exhibit modest wear commensurate with the mileage, and help the cabin to retain its highly original appearance. An aftermarket JVC stereo has been fitted, with CD and MP3 playback as well as a USB input.

This Turbo was last serviced in July 2020 at 100,073 miles by marque specialist Autostrasse in Colchester. This was a major service, including replacement of the engine oil and filter, air filter, fuel filter and spark plugs.

Prior to this, a minor service and MOT was carried out at 99,693 miles in 2019 and 98,716 miles in 2018 respectively. The latter service also included replacement of the fuel pump relay and fuse box wiring. A full summary of the maintenance history from new is below.

The most recent MOT test was on 9 July 2020 at 100,072 miles. This resulted in a pass, with only one advisory for the offside front tyre’s tread depth. The car wears Bridgestone S-02 tyres, with between 3-5mm of tread depth remaining.

This iconic ‘90s sports car will reach its next owner with its original spare wheel, boot-mounted toolkit and original handbooks. In addition, its stamped service history will be supplied – running to two books – along with numerous historical invoices.

The 964 has come into its own as a sweet spot, blending the classic charm of earlier generations and the dependability found in more modern examples. This 964 Turbo is a useable and original example of the breed, which could be pressed into regular service on the road, or could simply be tucked away ready for occasional B-road jaunts and exciting longer road trips.

Summary of maintenance history:

  • 20/05/1991 – 2,079 miles
  • 01/04/1992 – 5,869 miles
  • 16/12/1992 – 15,557 miles
  • 27/08/1993 – 20,236 miles
  • 18/03/1994 – 23,375 miles
  • 24/02/1995 – 28,421 miles
  • 26/10/1995 – 31,731 miles
  • 01/04/1997 – 39,045 miles
  • 26/11/1998 – 47,995 miles
  • 17/02/2000 – 56,047 miles
  • 18/04/2002 – 69,632 miles
  • 28/10/2003 – 78,171 miles
  • 09/05/2005 – 82,618 miles
  • 20/06/2006 – 89,290 miles
  • 14/02/2008 – 91,472 miles
  • 08/01/2009 – 94,940 miles
  • 09/02/2010 – 95,656 miles
  • 24/02/2011 – 96,310 miles
  • 13/03/2012 – 96,490 miles
  • 25/03/2013 – 96,731 miles
  • 01/04/2014 – 97,106 miles
  • 07/04/2015 – 97,358 miles
  • 14/04/2016 – 97,358 miles
  • 21/04/2017 – 98,419 miles
  • 18/05/2018 – 98,716 miles
  • 21/05/2019 – 99,693 miles
  • 09/07/2020 – 100,073 miles

Factory specification:

  • C16: UK-market car
  • 220: Limited-slip differential
  • 383: Sports seat, left, electrical height adjustment
  • 387: Sports seat, right, electrical height adjustment
  • 650: Sunroof
  • 10011: Porsche Exclusive option

All UK-registered cars and motorbikes on Collecting Cars are run through an online HPI check. This vehicle shows no insurance database markers for damage or theft, and has no finance owing.

Please note: an online HPI check using the VIN number returns the correct registration plate currently assigned to this car. However, if you search using the plate, the result returned is for a Porsche 968 that previously had this registration, but which has since been exported.

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