LEATHER SPORTS FRONT SEATS WITH ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT
HEATED SEATS DRIVER AND PASSENGER
ON BOARD COMPUTER
ELECTRIC DOOR MIRRORS
DRIVER AND PASSENGER AIRBAGS
REAR WINDOW WIPER
TOP TINTED WINDSCREEN
8J x 18” POLISHED EDGE SPLIT-RIM ALLOYS
BLAUPUNKT BLUTOOTH HEAD UNIT
Upon its release in 1989, the Porsche 964 marked the biggest change to the 911 in its 25-year history, with the engineers in Stuttgart claiming that 85 per cent of the new sports car’s componentry had been revised. Steering a 964 is intuitive, with the lithe chassis ably coping with any twist or turn you throw at it. The 964 provides a charming mix of classic 911 silhouette with the addition of modern touches. The Porsche 964 is a truly usable day-to-day proposition while still retaining the aesthetic and dynamic engagement prized by Porsche purists.
In its May 1991 road test, Autocar magazine reported, “Porsche has achieved the seemingly impossible; taming and invigorating the Turbo simultaneously.”
Driving a 964 Turbo today it is plain to see why their popularity amongst modern classic collectors is growing; it’s an instantly invigorating experience. Fewer than 1,500 964 3.6 Turbos were produced in total, making it one of the rarest and most sought after Porsches produced since the fabled 959.
Engine specifications are; – Bore and stroke: 100 x 76.4 mm (3.94 x 3.01 in), Displacement 3,600 cc. Compression Ratio 7.5:1 Power output was 360 PS (260 kW; 360 bhp) @ 5500 rpm, Torque output:- 520 Nm (384 lb/ft) @ 4200 rpm.