For sale 968 CS Manual WP0ZZZ96ZRS815311

Porsche 968  CS, 1994 - Primary exterior photo
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Porsche 968  CS, 1994 - Primary interior photo
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144,400 km
176 kW
First registration
Model year
Drive layout
Rear wheel drive
Left hand drive
Accident history
Guaranteed damage free since new
Technical problem
Full service history
Number of owners
Not known
Wheel size
Bucket seats (Cloth fabric)
Sports exhaust
Entry & Drive
Seat memory
Air suspension
Leather dashboard
Front seat heating
Parking heater
Rear seat heating
Trailer hitch
Heated steering wheel
Cabriolet hardtop
Additional information

First delivered new to Dr Ing h.c.f. Porsche at PorscheStraße 42, Stuttgart 70435; chassis 96ZRS815311 was ordered in almost standard specification with the only exceptions to Clubsport puritanism being a sunroof and a Blaupunkt RCR42 radio cassette.

As enthusiasts will know, the standard factory Club Sport specification comprises lowered suspension, colour-coded wheels, lightweight fixed bucket seats, reduced sound deadening, manual window regulators/mirrors, cable boot release, a lighter wiring loom/alternator/battery and only a single radiator fan.

Registered as one of the infamous factory ‘S-L’ cars, S-LU 8167 spent almost three years in Porsche ownership at Zuffenhausen performing official duties as a 1994 Model Year car.

Between 1994 and 1996m, the service book shows 4 services, all stamped by the factory service centre at 4,900km (03/94), 22,783km (09/94), 44,680km (06/95) & 58,460km (01/96) and showing the same Auftrag Nr. (order) of 73534530.

On the 3rd July 1996, an official warranty card shows the warranty being extended at 61,000km and a TUV Certificate in November 1996 shows 63,000km

In November 1996, German documents show the ownership was transferred from Porsche to Friedemann Schnieder of Fürth, Nuremberg and registered as Fü-E 7635.

In January 1998, the car was imported into the United Kingdom at 82,200km by a James Whitely who passed the vehicle to renowned Porsche specialists, 'AutoFarm' in Oxfordshire. Its first MOT was dated 27/01/98 and it was registered as L826 LTF on the 30th January 1998 prior to being sold on the 6th February 1998 to Alan Durrant of Bristol.

It then passed through two more owners until purchased by Bob Maclaren & Steve Bennet of 'Circuit Driver' magazine (Steve subsequently became editor of '911 Porsche World') in April 2005 at 118,000km. A change of circumstances meant the car was sold on to Alan Smith on the 15th August who then embarked on an extraordinary list of improvements and upgrades to the car over the next two years. These included, but were not limited to: rectifying any paint defects, the fitting of KW Variant 3 suspension system, a Quaife ATB Differential, M030 callipers, cross-drilled discs and pads, Goodridge hoses, M030 anti-roll bars, and a new clutch & dual mass flywheel; all new belts, rollers, tensioner, Variocam chain and tensioner pads, engine mounts, installing a rear half cage (bolt-in) and harnesses, plus the refurbishment of the wheels, starter motor, alarm/immobiliser, clock and undertrays. During his two-year ownership, there are bills on file amounting to £24,000 with work carried out by Porsche Specialist, Steve Bull.

In October 2007 at around 130,000km, the car passed to Richard Fenton of London and it stayed in his ownership until 2020. In 2014 he moved to rural Herefordshire where the car remained stored until 2019 when it was recommissioned by Chris Denning Sportscars at 143,800km (89,353 miles) receiving new belts and rollers and a thorough inspection.

Our vendor, a well-known Club Sport owner of almost 20 years, then bought the car and estimates to have spent over 150 hours going through it and completed, amongst other works, in conjunction with Porsche specialist, 'PIE Performance', the following: fully serviced (October 2020) and MOT’d, an inspection of camshaft teeth, chain and tensioner, a change of gearbox oil, cleaning of the injectors, inlet manifold and throttle body; plus new coolant and power steering fluid, a new carbon canister, new pads & calliper inspection (rears benefitting from new plates), fully refreshed anti-roll bar mounts, an inspection of the torsion bar mounts, 4-wheel alignment, refit the bumpers, a repaint & refit of the side skirts with new seals, a stripping down of the the rear hatch and a refit of the glass (a common weak point for 968s), a repaint of the alloy wheels, a replacement original clock with lap timer function and the fitting of a Vodafone Cat1 alarm/immobiliser.

To be auctioned by Silverstone Auctions on 13/14th November 2020. More pictures and information at

Car location
Warwickshire, United Kingdom
Option codes

Country Code - C00 - Germany
Colour - L12G Speed Yellow

Option Packs
P10 - Radio Packet

M Codes
151 - No engine compartment linings (CS)
211 - Licence plate space Europe and RoW (Rest of World)
219 - Regular differential (without limited slip)
231 - Internal production code related to tyres
272 - Manually adjustable mirrors (CS)
333 - Cassette-radio Blaupunkt Paris RCR 42
337 - Without transport protection Factory Delivery
384 - Cloth bucket seat, left
385 - Cloth bucket seat, right
398 - 17" 993-look wheels
419 - Luggage compartment instead of rear seats
433 - Atiwe 3 - spoke steering wheel
451 - Reduced radio preparation
465 - Rear foglamp, left
480 - Manual gearbox, 6-speed
488 - Inscriptions in German
499 - Version for Germany
564 - Without airbags
595 - Rear spoiler painted in body color
605 - Headlight levelling system
650 - Detachable roof panel, electrically openable
657 - Power assisted steering

Retrofitted Equipment in 2006/7 less with less than 20000km use:

Genuine M030 Front Calipers
Genuine M030 Anti Roll Bars
KW Variant 3 Suspension
Caged Rear Cage and Harness
Quaife LSD
New clutch and dual mass flywheel



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