1996 Porsche 993 GT2 $ 2,250,000

1996 Porsche 993 GT2
1996 Porsche 993 GT2
1996 Porsche 993 GT2
1996 Porsche 993 GT2

Listed Price

$ 2,250,000
approx. € 1.926.675
approx. $ 2,250,000
approx. 8,264,250 د.إ
approx. $ 2,826,000
approx. $ 2,828,250
approx. CHF 2,169,900
approx. ¥ 15,159,600
approx. £ 1,721,475
approx. $ 17,571,150
approx. 14.286.600 kn
approx. $ 39,933,900
approx. 17.893.350 kr
approx. 133.922.925 ₽
approx. 18 484 875 kr
approx. ฿ 74,992,500
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  • Year: 1996
  • Location: the woodlands TX United States
  • Address: 2408 Timberloch Place Suite C1 ()
  • Mileage: 25699 mi (41359 km)
  • Gearbox: Manual
  • Fuel type: Petrol
  • Color: Yellow
  • Car type: Coupe
  • Interior color: Black
  • VIN: WP0ZZZ99ZTS392194
  • Condition: Used
  • Internal Reference: 392194


THE HOLY GRAIL OF AIR-COOLED PORSCHE"S. ARGUABLY THE MOST IMPORTANT AIR COOLED COLLECTIBLE STREET CAR AVAILABLE. ONE OF JUST 194 STRASSENVERSION (STREET VERSIONS) BUILT. FINISHED IN SPEED YELLOW OVER BLACK LEATHER INTERIOR. 6 SPEED TRANSMISSION, FOG LIGHTS IN WHITE, AIR CONDITIONING, POWER STEERING, ON-BOARD COMPUTER, CONTROLS IN ENGLISH LETTERING, LOCKING DIFFERENTIAL 40%, AUTOMATIC LIMITED SLIP, SPORT BUCKET SEATS LEFT AND RIGHT, 18 INCH WHEELS, LEATHER STEERING WHEEL, RADIO.When Porsche introduced the new 993 in 1995, it was to be the last of the great air-cooled 911s. The new coupé retained only the roof and front deck lid from the preceding 964 model. New items included body-work, poly-ellipsoid low-beam and variable focus high-beam headlights, and a six-speed transmission. A new multi-link rear suspension carried upper and lower A-arms with transverse links. Both the front and rear sub-frames were now so strong that if they were bent in a crash they had to be replaced, they could not be straightened. There were new wheels, and the brake discs and pads were enlarged.Porsche’s success with the four-wheel drive 961, Audi’s rally wins with the Quattro, and the later track success of the Nissan Skyline had led to all-wheel-drive being banned by most sanctioning bodies by the mid-1990s. This presented a problem for Porsche, whose Turbo was fitted with four-wheel drive; the solution was the GT2, which was built with rear drive only. A side benefit turned out to be significant weight savings, and the GT2 was instantly competitive.For example, Dave Maraj, of Champion Porsche in Pompano Beach, Florida, bought s/n 393062 in January 1995, and it proved to be a constant threat in IMSA in the hands of Hans Stuck Jr., Derek Bell, Thierry Boutsen, and Bill Adam. In its Champion DayGlo colours, the car was Second in Class at the 1995 Sebring 12 Hours, Second in Class at Watkins Glen, it won its class at the 1996 Sebring 12-Hours, and it placed Second in Class at 1997 Daytona 24 Hours. A side effect of all this competition success was that Porsche had to build a number of street GT2s in order to homologate the model for racing. At about 430 horsepower, they ran higher boost than the street Turbo model and developed almost as much horsepower as the racers. They shared cutaway fenders with the Carrera RS and had removable and replaceable bolt-on flares in order to fit wider wheels for racing and quickly fix crash damage. The street GT is highly prized by 993 collectors.FOR INFORMATION REGARDING THIS AMAZING 993 GT2 PLEASE CONTACT KARL STOMBERG DIRECT AT 713-201-0856.OR VIA EMAIL AT [email protected]

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Crave Luxury Auto

2408 Timberloch Place Suite C1
The Woodlands
United States

Phone: (702) 443-1123
Phone: (281) 651-2101
Fax: (281) 605-5402
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Phone: 281.651.2101
Cell: 713.201.0856

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