Bring a Trailer is currently offering two very interesting Porsche 911s, a 1991 Porsche 911 Turbo and a low-mileage 1994 Porsche 911 Turbo S which is also offered at No Reserve.
1991 Porsche 911 Turbo
This 1991 Porsche 911 Turbo example was delivered new to Pioneer Centres San Diego in California where it was subsequently acquired by the current consigner from a family member in October 2013.
It has a Black (L700) finish with other exterior features which include dual exhaust outlets, fog lights, and tinted windows. It sits on Silver 17-inch Cup wheels wrapped in Pirelli P Zero Rosso tires which were installed just this September 2022, along when the brake fluid was flushed. The Turbo has uprated brakes compared to the standard 964. It also has larger calipers and cross-drilled rotors at each corner. Within the last 3k miles, the front brake rotors, dampers, pads, and sensors have been replaced.
The interior features power-adjustable front seats wrapped in Cashmere Beige leather with matching door panels, beige carpets, and black dashboard. Other comfort features include air conditioning, power windows, onboard computer, and a Pioneer stereo with a trunk-mounted amplifier. Leather surfaces in the interior show signs of wear.
A four-spoke, leather-wrapped steering wheel sits in front of the central tachometer with a 6,600-rpm redline, a 180-mph speedometer, and other gauges for oil temperature, oil pressure, oil level, and fuel level. A six-digit odometer shows a mileage of roughly 80k miles, with around 22k added during current ownership.
The example is powered by a turbocharged 3.3-liter flat-six engine which was factory rated at 315 hp and 332 lb-ft of torque matched to a five-speed manual transaxle and a limited-slip differential that sends power to the rear wheels. Recent work done includes a valve adjustment which was performed around 4k miles ago, and wintin the last 2k miles the warm-up regulator, serpentine belt, alternator belt, multi-control unit, fuel pumps, blowoff valve, oxygen sensor, gasket, and diaphragm were replaced.
No damage or accidents show on the example’s Carfax report.
In January 1993, Porsche introduced the turbocharged 3.6-powered 964 and they offered it through the 1994 model year. After selling roughly around 1,400 examples, 93 units remained which they sent to their Exclusive Department for modification and upgrade with the Turbo S package.
76 examples were fitted with Flachbau bodywork, with 17 units sold exclusively in the North American market with standard Turbo headlights and bodywork.
This 1994 Porsche 911 Turbo S example has a black (A1) finish and has Turbo S features which includes an asymmetrical 959-style quarter panel air intakes, revised front splitter, quad exhaust tips, and a louvered rear spoiler. Other exterior features include aerodynamic side mirrors, rear window wiper, sunroof, and headlight washers. In 2021, the fuel door latch assembly was replaced, and a new hood and decklid struts were also installed.
It sits on an 18-inch Speedline Cup wheels with Turbo-script center caps measuring 8 inches wide at the front and 10 inches wide at the rear wrapped in Continental ExtremeContact Sport tires which were just installed in 2021. In the same year, ABS haydraulic sending unit was rebuilt. In 2022, replacement front bump stops were installed, as well as new brake pads and fresh fluid. Calipers finished in red with white Porsche script on cross-drilled rotors on all four corners provide the stopping power of the example.
For the interior, it features front sports seats with electric height adjustment. The sports seats are wrapped in black leather, which extends to the dashboard and door panels. Matching carpets are protected by Turbo S-script floor mats. Interior comfort features include power windows, air conditioning, dark rootwood shift knob and parking brake handle, and a Porsche cassette stereo with a trunk-mounted six-disc CD changer. It was also in 2022 that the airbag module of the example was installed, along with new door end caps, door speakers, wiring, and bezels.
The leather-wrapped steering wheel sits in front of the dashboard which houses the 180-mph speedometer, a 7,600-rpm tachometer, an analog clock, and auxiliary gauges. The six-digit odometer shows a low mileage of 8,700 miles. There is an August 2021 service invoice from Issimi Meccanica of San Carlos, California which details an odometer repair involving a bouncing speedometer needle. They also repaired the trip odometer gears and rebuilt the analog clock.
It is powered by a 3.6-liter M64/50 flat-six engine which was modified by the factory with the X88 power kit, adding modified cylinder heads and camshafts, altered timing, and added larger-capacity fuel injectors, a larger turbocharger, and a larger intercooler. Output has been factory rated at 380 horsepower and 384 lb-ft of torque. In 2022, the example’s engine had been fitted with new gaskets, and a new battery was also installed.
A five-speed manual transaxle and a limited-slip differential sends power to the rear wheels. Turbo S models like the example were also fitted with a stronger flywheel and clutch compared to the typical Turbo. As standard, the Turbo S also comes with a quad-exit exhaust system with modified heat exchangers.
No accidents or other damage shows in the Carfax report which shows a registration history in Texas, Indiana, Montana, and Arizona.
As of writing the 1994 Porsche 911 Turbo S is offered at No Reserve, has a current bid of $1,100,000 with the auction ending on December 9.