1995 Porsche 911 / 993 Carrera RS



  • Year of manufacture 
  • Car type 
  • Drive 
  • Condition 
    Original condition
  • Exterior brand colour 
    "Indian Red"
  • Interior colour 
  • Number of doors 
  • Number of seats 
  • Location
  • Exterior colour 
  • Gearbox 
  • Performance 
    300 PS / 221 kW / 296 BHP
  • Drivetrain 
  • Fuel type 


Porsche 993 RS CLUBSPORT

In January 1995 the range was extended by the introduction of the Carrera RS '3.8'. Described by its maker as a 'street-legal two-seater', the RS was based on the two-wheel drive Carrera and like its legendary RennSport forebear of the 1970s, was considerably lighter and more powerful than the stock version. Everything considered unnecessary for competition purposes - electric windows, electric mirrors, central locking, headlight washers, stereo speakers, etc - was discarded, while aluminium was used for the front luggage compartment lid, and thinner window glass specified. Airbags were optional and the two bucket seats were lighter than the standard items; the result was a reduction in weight of around 220lb (100kg). Power assisted steering was retained.

For the Carrera RS '3.8', the engine's bore size was increased by 2mm for a capacity of 3,746cc. Maximum power went up to 300bhp, lowered suspension improved the handling, and the RS came as standard with the optional dynamic limited-slip differential and RS Cup-type 18" wheels. Maximum speed was in excess of 275km/h, with the 0-100 km/h dash accomplished in around 5.0 seconds.

There was also a more hardcore, though still road-legal, Carrera RS Clubsport version, Built 227 of which were built to meet the FIA GT2 homologation requirements, and the track-only Carrera Cup RSR. Emphasising its competition credentials, the Clubsport came with a welded-in roll cage as standard, considerably increasing its rigidity, while other noteworthy features included special bucket seats, six-point safety harnesses, and a huge fixed rear wing, the latter also available on the 'ordinary' Carrera RS.


ENGINE : 63S85807

- Sold new to GERMANY

- Retains its original manuals, including its service manual and numerous invoices

- Last service in Ruf automobile

- The last owner take out the roolbar and put carpets on the car , let him more easy and confortble to drive
- German Documents

This is a real opportunity to own a legendary modern-day classic from the Stuttgart stable, a car conceived at a time when Porsche was at the top of their game, producing special, properly rare road cars to enable them to push boundaries on the track.

For more information or an appointment, please call Jorge Faria or send an e-mail to [email protected] Please do not hesitate to contact us . Jorcar is located near Fatima in the centre of Portugal .