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One of only 86 examples ever produced worldwide and one of just 11 configured in right-hand drive and delivered to the UK market.

In 1992 the 3.3 litre Turbo S Leichtbau (lightweight) was introduced. It produces 61 more hp than the standard Turbo model thanks to its bigger injectors, more boost pressure, new injection valves and more aggressive camshafts. In honour of its ‘Leichtbau’ (lightweight) designation it also weighs almost 180kg lighter than the standard Turbo. This was obtained by the removal of its sound proofing along with its power windows, power steering, air-conditioning and rear seats. Fiberglass-reinforced carbon-composite panels were used for the doors, front trunk lid and the rear wing, while thinner glass, bucket seats and RS door panels complimented its lightweight assembly. Additional exterior features included the deletion of front fog lamps to make way for air intakes for better brake cooling and a flatter redesigned rear spoiler, the final result ended with the 'Leichtbau’ weighing in at only 1,290 kilograms and producing a staggering 381hp.

The model was the first to be built and developed entirely by Porsche's customising department and all assigned a discreet series of chassis numbers. The car we present today is unrepeatable, a real time warp example that has just 47 miles on the speedometer and in addition benefits from a host of 'special wishes' which included but not limited to many interior features, airbag delete, power steering, amethyst wheel centres, limited slip differential and rear lid without model designation.

Freshly serviced by marque specialists and it comes complete with its original service/warranty booklet, tool roll, spare key and dedicated history file that includes its Porsche Certificate of Authenticity.

A car that deserves to be in a world-class Porsche collection!

Tom Hartley Jnr
Barratt Mill
Shortheath, Moira, Swadlincote
Derbyshire Dales District
DE12 6BL
United Kingdom
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