This 1996 Porsche 993 Turbo has a Paint to Sample Ferrari Giallo (yellow) finish matched with Black Supple Leather interior. Papers show that it was completed on February 19, 1996, and it was shipped to California. On March 31, 1996, Stevens Creek Porsche sold it to its first owner.
Since then, the example has had three reported owners and all of them were based locally in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Options equipped in the example include the Digital Sound Package with a -CD Changer, Light Maplewood on the steering wheel, and a Light Rootwood on the shift knob. The example has 30,984 miles from new and is has been well cared for throughout its life.
The sale will come with the original books and manuals and the facto996 Porsche 911 Turbory tool kit, jack, and space saver spare tire.
In January 1994, Porsche launched the 993 which at the time was the most innovative 911 in its 31-year history. Only 20% of the parts of the 993 came from its predecessors, and the 993 introduced a lot of firsts for the 911. Some of these innovations include the 6-speed manual transmission, multi-link rear suspension, coil, and wishbone front suspension.
A year after, in 1995, Porsche introduced the 993 Turbo. It was a revolutionary car that eventually created the blueprint for future 911 Turbos. Utilizing the technology that was seen on the limited production Porsche 959, the 993 Turbo used twin-turbocharging and an advanced all-wheel-drive system that made the car impressively fast yet exceptionally usable. At the time, car magazines have hailed the 993 as one of the best performance cars available. Until today, there is still a lot of interest in the 993 Turbo as it represents the peak of air-cooled 911 development.
This is a great chance to get a classic car that is fast, comfortable, and reliable. The 1996 Porsche 911 (993) Turbo is currently available at Issimi with the seller asking for $250,000.