Sales Spotlight: Porsche 993 Turbo
If you’ve got your copy of Total 911 issue 147, you’ll notice that we’ve dedicated a number of pages to one of the ultimate air-cooled Porsche 911s: the 993 Turbo.
Not only have we driven what is believed to be the last factory prototype in existence, we’ve also taken a thorough look at the 993 Turbo market in the latest issue thanks to our new ‘Porsche Index’ feature.
Should the first in our new series of in-depth market analyses have whetted your appetite for the last air-cooled Turbo, our weekly Sales Spotlight may have just found the car for you at independent specialist, Northway Porsche.
With 80,000 miles on the clock, this 1997 model year example – finished in desirable Arctic Silver with a black leather interior – is perhaps a touch more leggy than some other cars currently on the market. However, this is reflected in the more than favourable price.
While some 993 Turbos are trading hands north of £150,000, Northway Porsche’s car is up for sale at £104,995, a figure guaranteed to keep the smile on your bank manager’s face. It’s a lot of Neunelfer for the money.
This particular 993 Turbo isn’t short of spec either, coming with an electric sunroof, Turbo S front brake ducts and tailpipes, the carbon interior package and optional white dial faces.
There are a couple of aftermarket touches too, including a Cargraphic strut brace and larger K24 turbochargers (as fitted to the 993 GT2), making the already potent 993 Turbo package even more formidable.
Known to Northway Porsche for the last ten years (the car was sold to its last owner and maintained by the independent specialist), this 993 Turbo comes with a full service history and appears in pretty fine fettle.