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'964' is Porsche's internal designation for the version of their 911 manufactured and sold between 1989 and 1994. Designed by Benjamin Dimson in 1986, it featured significant styling revisions over previous 911 models; most prominently in the way that the bumpers, spoilers and wheel arches blended cohesively into the bodywork. It was the first iteration of the 911 to be offered with Porsche's 'Tiptronic' automatic transmission and all wheel drive as options. Porsche chose to re-use the 3.3-litre, turbocharged engine from the 930 with several minor revisions that made the engine smoother, less prone to turbo lag, and more powerful with a total output of 320bhp at 5,750rpm. The sleek silhouette of the 964 was indicative of Porsche's new design philosophy, and is regarded in hindsight, as one of the prettiest 911s ever built and certainly, in period, was one of the most powerful.

‘H939 AGF' Vin no.: WPOZZZ96ZMS471929,  Engine No.:61MO2963  has a very interesting history and is a lovely example of the iconic and dramatic looking 964 Turbo. Delivered new in 1991 to an owner in Stuggart with a manual gearbox and in left-hand drive form, the car was later imported back into the UK in July 1997 when it was professionally converted to right-hand drive using genuine Porsche parts throughout. The current vendor, whose family run the UK's largest dedicated car museum with over 400 exhibits, then acquired the car in July 2001 being just the second owner after import. Used sporadically after that, the car has since resided in the museum since 2006, being started and moved occasionally. The ever changing priorities at the museum and the requirement for more space have dictated that the Porsche finds a new home, and with this in mind, the engineering team have set about preparing the car for our Race Retro sale.

All those items that may suffer from lack of use; wiper blades, fuel pumps, brake booster pump, and the battery have been replaced with new Porsche parts. The exhaust was removed and overhauled and refitted with new exhaust manifold studs.The brakes have been overhauled with new discs and pads all round, again using genuine Porsche parts and the wheels have been refurbed and shod with a shiny new set of Pirelli P Zero tyres.The paintwork has been refreshed in areas infamous for stone chips on this model and any cracked light lenses replaced. All of this extensive work is valued at over £14,000 and has resulted in the car sitting nicely on its toes, and with a fresh MoT, is ready to go.

H939AGF presents well in black, and with the black leather interior and only 60,000 miles on the odometer, this is a very approachable, well rested, dramatic late-eighties Porsche 911 Turbo. Sold with its original black leather Porsche embossed folder containing the original handbook and paperwork, and an extensive file of maintenance invoices, SORN and MoT certificates. We are happy to offer this very usable example of the ever popular and collectable 964 Turbo, which at this competitive guide price certainly looks like a promising proposition.



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