Porsche 997 Speedster for sale
Born out of the Sonderwunsch (‘Special Wish’) division that built 237 flatnose Porsche 911 Turbos prior to the release of the officially recognised Porsche 930 SE, Porsche Exclusive is generating seldom-seen Zuffenhausen miracles since 1983.
Now, Total 911 brings you the 12 rarest 911s ever before to possess already been fettled by this famed group of Porsche professionals. How many have you present in the material?
12) Porsche 997 Speedster – 356 built
Built-in 2010 to commemorate the 25 several years of Porsche Exclusive, the Porsche 997 Speedster proceeded an extended custom of alternate open-top 911s (this really isn’t the final Speedster on this record). 356 had been built, commemorating Porsche’s original 356 Speedster.
11) Porsche 993 Turbo S – 345 built
This indicates incredible given the present day 911 Turbo S’s spot at the heart associated with standard Porsche 911 range but, only 16 years back the Porsche 993 Turbo S was the protect associated with the unique division, without doubt aiding today’s £200, 000+ valuations.
10) Porsche 997 Sport Vintage – 250 built
The Porsche 997 Sport Classic surfaced from unique department this year and helped to mark the start of the finish for Porsche’s 2nd generation of water-cooled 911. Featuring Fuchs tires, a ducktail spoiler and unusual double bubble roof, no runout model will be because unusual whilst the Sport Timeless.
9) Porsche 964 Turbo S ‘Leichtbau’ – 86 built
In the event that you overlook the US-designated-only 930S, the Porsche 964 Turbo S ended up being initial car from Zuffenhausen to hold this now fabled badge. As a result of its 180kg of weight-saving, the 964 Turbo S is generally known as the ‘Leichtbau’ or ‘Light build’. We Now Have Porsche Unique to thank for that…
8) Porsche 964 Turbo S flatnose – 76 built
Your eyes aren't deceiving you. This isn’t some Porsche 993 test mule, this can be a genuine flatnose Porsche 964 Turbo S. Just edging the car upon which it was based, this uncommon unique research celebrated the initial 935-inspired flachbau 930s of the very early Eighties.
7) Porsche 930 LE – 50 built
Notoriously built at the same time whenever 911 Turbo was likely to vanish into the record books, the Porsche 930 LE celebrated the expected end of an iconic period. Porsche Exclusive had been handed 50 standard 930 3.3s before completely rebuilding them with an aggressive human anatomy system and further power.
6) Porsche 964 Speedster Turbo-look – 15 built
Today we’re actually getting down seriously to the low-volume end of Porsche Exclusive’s arsenal. 936 standard 964 C2 Speedsters had been built (really short of the 3, 000 initially prepared) but simply 15 cars were taken by the Zuffenhausen skunkworks and built using the widened Turbo human anatomy layer.
5) Porsche 993 Turbo Cabriolet – 14 built
Are you aware Porsche built a 993 Turbo Cabriolet? Until this morning we performedn’t. Never ever formally recognised by Porsche, the unique division made only fourteen of the open-top, air-cooled Turbos, utilising the single-turbo engine from previous 964 3.6.
4) Porsche 991 Club Coupe – 13 built
The only real current generation Porsche 911 on this number, the Porsche 991 Club Coupe is, efficiently, a tarted up 991 Carrera S with Powerkit, together with Sport Design package. Completed in Brewster Green, 13 vehicles were produced to celebrate 60 years since the first step toward the very first Porsche Clubs in 1952.
3) Porsche 964 Turbo Cabriolet – 8 built
Following the Porsche 930 Cabriolet associated with Eighties, a soft-top Porsche 911 Turbo wouldn’t formally be produced before the launch of the Porsche 996 variation at the start of the 21st Century. The Porsche 964 Turbo Cabriolet can be so rare Porsche’s online archive does not have any photographs from it!
2) Porsche 993 Speedster – 2 built
Porsche never built a 993 Speedster, right? Incorrect. Porsche Exclusive was assigned with building two 356-inspired Porsche 993s: an eco-friendly automobile for Ferdinand Alexander Porsche’s 60th birthday in 1995 and a silver instance for Jerry Seinfeld in 1998.