The average listing price on SpeedList for this year, make, and model is $141,865.
This vehicle has been on SpeedList for 998 days.
Rear spoiler Front air conditioning Steering wheel trim: leather Power steering ABS: 4-wheel Rear spoiler Front air conditioning Steering wheel trim: leather Power steering ABS: 4-wheel Limited slip differential Power brakes Cassette Radio: AM/FM Tachometer Trip computer Front fog lights Power windows Rear wiper Sunroof: power glass Tinted glass Window defogger: rear Anti-theft system: alarm Exterior mirrors: heated Exterior mirrors: power Front airbags: dual Power door locks Front seat type: bucket Upholstery: leather Read More…
The Porsche 964 was a beloved model for Porsche enthusiasts being the first 911 to modernize with features that had otherwise become commonplace, like power steering, air bags, and anti-lock brakes. Yet it still maintained its raw mechanics, and ...
The Porsche 964 was a beloved model for Porsche enthusiasts being the first 911 to modernize with features that had otherwise become commonplace, like power steering, air bags, and anti-lock brakes. Yet it still maintained its raw mechanics, and omitted the electric gadgetry and fluff that many sports cars of the time had adopted. But it was the end of the 964 era that boasted its greatest accomplishment, with the introduction of the 3.6 litre Turbo –the last of the single, large turbocharger engines and the Crème de la Crème. The 1994 3.6 Turbo is easily the best of the 964s and arguably the best of the Porsche 911 Air-Cooled Dynasty itself. True to the tradition of Porsche Innovation, the 3.6 Turbo presented a substantial advance in performance and handling, boasting the most power and torque of the 911s. Up until the 3.6, the 911 Turbo was a Beast, no doubt. But the 3.6 was one step closer to civilized - not quite tame, but with a few more manners. The previous models were known for their difficult to control bursts of power, making them a little less friendly for the everyday driver. Although the acceleration of the 3.6 seems barely legal, the outrageous thrust of this engine is more controllable, smooth, and predictable, and turns any man into a road-worthy racer. This example was manufactured from the Exclusive Program. Special ordered by the first owner, this example is 1 of only 288 made for the U.S. market. Porsche Exclusive options included: 18 In. Original Polished Speedline Alloy Wheels Sunroof Remote 6-Spd CD Changer Raff (Supple) Leather with contrast piping Leather Wrapped Shift Knob Both the 2nd and 3rd Collector-Owners took immaculate care of this vehicle. We purchased from the 3rd owner, a seasoned collector who invested over $15K in 2015 alone. Fresh $4K service at 40,870 miles completed by Porsche certified facilities. Receipts present. Most Recent Service Includes: Brand New Tires as of July 2015 New Front and Rear Hood Struts New Steering Rack Boots Oil Change Hydraulic/Brake System Flush Power Steering Fluid Change Under-body Detail Full Alignment The original Guards Red paint has an absolutely gorgeous luster, aptly accented by fantastic Speedline wheels that demand your attention. As you can see in the pictures, this is easily a Condition 1 car, with an impeccably maintained interior featuring black supple leather seats and red contrast piping. Prepare yourself for a rush of speed at only 3500 rpm, with max speeds at 174 mph. It is a shame that due to their rapidly increasing value, these cars are barely driven and fully experienced. Still, a joy ride can be stolen here and there before she is tucked back into the garage – nobody has to know.