Rare Collectible 1997 Porsche 911 C2s Widebody 6spd Last Of The Air Cooled 911's on 2040-cars
Cream Ridge, New Jersey, United States
I purchased this car in 2006 and am the 2nd
owner. All maintenance has been
performed by the experts at http://www.bodymotion.com/
and the engine is entirely Stock. Simply put, many consider the Porsche 993 as
the pinnacle in the evolutionary process of Porsche’s original 1964 911. Enthusiast demand for the last-generation
air-cooled 911s, coupled with the fact that 993’s are true performance cars,
allows most models like this to consistently maintain their value. This 993 S has no issues and will not disappoint.
Vehicle upgrades as follows:
Porsche RoW (rest-of-world) M030 sport suspension
Fikse Profil 10 wheels in black 18 x 8 front (225 mm wide) &
18 x 11 rear (295 mm wide)
Michelin Pilot Sport tires
Strut tower brace
Porsche Motorsound airbox cover
Fabspeed Supercup exhaust (loud)
993 Euro RS wing
Items included in Sale:
Original 17” Porsche Cup wheels 17 x 7 front 17 x 9 rear
Fabspeed Maxflo Mufflers with Deluxe Tips (not loud, great
Original Carrera S mechanical rear wing (see photos)
you have any questions contact me at 917-837-7009
Porsche 911 for Sale
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Every year Evo stages its Car of the Year test, bringing the best performance cars in the world to one location for an epic shootout. This year the magazine pitted eight CotY finalists against each other on Route Napoleon in Southern France - Evo claims it's the "best road in the world" - and then proceeded to nitpick the smallest of faults on each car until the winner could be named. You see, this year's lineup of machines was just so good that only one car obviously wasn't CotY material from the get-go. Can you guess which one judging from the list below?
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Investigations undertaken by local law enforcement may have vindicated Porsche from any wrongdoing in the crash that killed actor Paul Walker and racing driver Roger Rodas last year, but the latter's widow is apparently not convinced. According to emerging reports, Kristine Rodas has filed a lawsuit seeking unspecified damages from Porsche Cars North America.
In her suit filed with the Los Angeles Superior Court, Rodas' attorney Mark Geragos reportedly disputes the findings of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, which asserted that the vehicle was traveling at an unsafe speed of 90 miles per hour on city streets, identifying the speed as the cause of the accident. Instead the lawsuit claims that the vehicle was only going 55 mph and that the cause of the crash was improper equipment - namely a faulty right rear suspension and the lack of a crash cage and proper fuel tank.
The Porsche 911 Turbo has a legacy of being a tough car to drive. With a ton of power set right over the rear wheels, its reputation is to lose control as soon as the driver stops concentrating. However, this isn't quite so true anymore. The modern ones are tamed through technology with things like hydraulically controlled engine mounts, not to mention all-wheel drive. In its latest video, Autocar tries to decide whether 25 years of progress really makes the turbo a better vehicle.
It's summer, so what better version to compare than the 911 Turbo Cabriolet? In one corner, Autocar has the latest and greatest 2014 version pumping out 513 horsepower and 486 pound-feet of torque with a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox. Its challenger is a 1989 911 flatnose convertible sporting 326 hp and 347 lb-ft of torque. It's a truly rare car in the UK with only eight of them remaining on the roads in that region.
Granted, this test isn't so much a battle as it is a comparison. There's no question that the modern 911 would beat the classic in practically every objective category. What the video aims to find out is whether the flatnose is better in subjective measurements like its "feel." Scroll down to watch these two droptop Porsches square off.