1995 porsche 911

1995 porsche 911

1995 porsche 911

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    • Elektryczne szyby przednie
    • Poduszka powietrzna pasażera
    • Alufelgi
    • Podgrzewane lusterka boczne
    • Tapicerka skórzana
    • Elektrycznie ustawiane lusterka
    • Radio fabryczne
    • Elektrycznie ustawiane fotele
    • Podgrzewane przednie siedzenia
    • Tempomat

    Porsche 911 Carrera Cabrio 993

    Auto sprowadzone ze Szwajcarii
    Rok produkcji 1995
    Przebieg: 85.100
    Silnik: 3598cm3 benzyna
    Moc: 272KM
    Serwisowany

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    Podgrzewanie fotela kierowcy/pasażera
    Skórzana tapicerka
    Deska rozdzielcza obszyta skórą
    Klimatyzacja
    Koło kierownicy obszyte skórą
    Tylny spoiler elektrycznie wysuwany
    Lusterka zew. elektrycznie sterowane, podgrzewane
    Szyby elektrycznie sterowane
    Dach elektrycznie składany
    Radio BLAUPUNKT
    Tempomat
    Światła przeciwmgielne
    Poduszka powietrzna kierowcy/pasażera
    Wspomaganie kierownicy
    Komputer pokładowy
    Centralny zamek
    System ochrony przed kradzieżą
    Reflektory soczewkowe
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    IT HAD been a long time — four or five years, hard to remember. Butthe last one I drove was red, which made the new car look odd. The newmodel, the 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera . Read more

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    1995 Porsche 911 Carrera

    Would we offend someone if we called the Porsche 911 a religious icon? Probably. But clearly, the 911 doctrinethe gospel according to Ferdinandkeeps packing ‘em into the pews. The Stuttgart sect of the sports-car faithful observes its longstanding tradition (30 years of production), inviolable orthodoxy (the rear-mounted, air-cooled engine), mysterious rituals (turn the ignition key with your left hand), and canonical law (don’t lift in a corner!).

    If that doesn’t quite qualify as a religion, it’s a mighty powerful shared enthusiasm.

    The rare occasion of proclaiming a new 911Look! White smoke above Weissach!-has the flock in a tizzy. Their excitement is well founded. The 1995 Carrera is the finest example of the 911 ever created. And if the public’s rubbernecking around our Riviera Blue coupe is any indicator, it’s not just the true believers taking note of this arrival.

    First, some perspective on the term «new 911» the body, chas­sis, and drivetrain of the new car are direct develop­ments of what has gone before. For three decades now, refinement and incre­mental improvement have continued to update the car, and they bought time for the concept (against all odds, sometimes). So the 1995 Carrera is still very much the rear-engined Porsche we know and love.

    But it’s also different, most signifi­cantly in the rear suspension. Two upper links and a lower control arm replace the semi-trailing arms of yore, and clever control of rear toe greatly settles the 911’s inbred tendency to snap-spin in the hands of the unskilled, unwary, or unlucky.

    Improvements to the familiar 3.6-liter flat-six engine boost power from 247 to 270 hp (still at 6100 rpm) and make the 1995 Carrera an under-five-seconds-to-60 sports car. The transaxle now has six tightly staged ratios, which helps.

    Though instantly recognizable as a 911, the new Carrera’s body is actually quite different, especially below the beltline. The front fender line, which seems to be what the civilians notice first, strikes a nice compromise between the high contour of street-911 tradition and the very low, racing-derived «slope-nose» shape.

    What hasn’t changed, indeed could not change on pain of excommunication and plunging market share, is the distinctive 911 character, much of which follows from the unusual far-aft engine location. Everyone talks about tricky handling caused by the pronounced rearward weight bias, but there’s little mention of astonishing packaging efficiency. What is in fact a very small car (the wheel­base of a Miata, the length of an Alfa Spider) manages to contain an airy cockpit with realif kid-sizedback seats, plus a big fuel tank and ample lug­gage space. For a sports car, the 911 makes a helluva touring car.

    Even the unconventional weight dis­tribution, with more than 60 percent on the rear wheels, has important benefits, including light, quick steering and spec­tacular braking. But it clearly gives the engineers a lot to cope with, and over the twitchy tail further have headlined the story of many a «new 911.»

    For 1995, the results are a major hit. The A-arms and links that now manage rear-wheel movement give much better camber control than the old semi-trailing arms did. That sticks the fat tiresand thus, the whole nether portion of the automobileto the tarmac much more dependably. When you power through a series of ripply corners, pitching the car in hard at the entrances and laying on liberal throttle at the exits, it works like no 911 ever has. Initial understeer, long a neces­sary defensive element in 911 handling, is greatly reduced, and the transition to oversteer is much more foreseeable. The car feels lively, for sure; it changes direction instantly and demands a jab of opposite lock now and again. But it no longer sug­gests a subversive urge to get away from you and back through the Armco.

    Much of this newfound cooperation comes from toe-control elastokinematics, a concept Porsche pioneered with the 928’s «Weissach axle.» Though the design and hardware are different on the 911, the effect is the same: under cornering loads, the outside rear wheel toes inward slightly, to help steer the tail back in behind the nose.

    On our favorite canyon roads, the reborn 911 followed orders and covered ground, feeling fast and safe. We noted a vague squirm, just a hint of imprecision, when working the tires around their limits of grip, and we can’t say for sure if this is just the toe steer working, or perhaps compliance in the mounts of the subframe (new this year, carrying the powertrain and rear suspension). Maybe the stiffer springs and dampers of the sport suspension would help; our test coupe had the optional 17-inch wheels but standard suspenders. The squirm doesn’t really amount to much and may not be especially noticeable unless you’ve just stepped out of an Acura NSX, which feels a bit more calm and naturally balanced under the same circumstances. But, of course, if Mom and Dad and Billy and Jessica went for a day’s ride in the mid-engined NSX, they’d have to go in shifts.

    Specifications

    VEHICLE TYPE: rear-engine, rear-wheel-drive, 2+2-passenger 2-door coupe

    PRICE AS TESTED: $66,775

    ENGINE TYPE: flat-6, aluminum block and heads

    Displacement: 220 cu in, 3600cc
    Power: 270 hp @ 6100 rpm
    Torque: 243 lb-ft @ 5000 rpm

    TRANSMISSION: 6-speed manual

    DIMENSIONS:
    Wheelbase: 89.4 in
    Length: 167.7 in
    Width: 68.3 in Height: 51.8 in
    Curb weight: 3080 lb

    C/D TEST RESULTS:
    Zero to 60 mph: 4.7 sec
    Zero to 100 mph: 12.1 sec
    Zero to 130 mph: 23.9 sec
    Street start, 5-60 mph: 5.6 sec
    Top gear, 30-50 mph: 10.3 sec
    Top gear, 50-70 mph: 10.3 sec
    Standing ¼-mile: 13.4 sec @ 104 mph
    Top speed (drag limited): 162 mph
    Braking, 70-0 mph: 168 ft
    Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad: 0.86 g

    FUEL ECONOMY:
    EPA city/highway: 17/25 mpg
    C/D observed: 18 mpg

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    Porsche 911 Turbo 993 1995 – 499000 PLN – Krapkowice

    Napęd na cztery koła, podwójne turbodoładowanie, manualna skrzynia biegów, a do tego ostatni silnik w gamie chłodzony powietrzem. Porsche 911 Turbo 993 określane przez niektórych jako ostatnie prawdziwe Porsche, to prawdziwa gratka nie tylko dla kolekcjonerów, ale również fanów niezapomnianych doznań za kierownicą. Jeżeli do 911 Turbo 993 dołożymy pakiet GT2, kolor Arena Red i niesamowite, pasujące kolorem wnętrze, otrzymamy prawdziwą mieszankę wybuchową. Wspaniale zachowany okaz, zakupiony od pierwszego właściciela, w swoim życiu przejechał dotąd 150 tys. km, nie zaliczając żadnego wypadku. Systematycznie i solidnie serwisowany, pozostaje w świetnej kondycji, czekając w gotowości do jazdy.

    Porsche 911 Turbo 993
    Rocznik: 1995
    Przebieg: 154000 km
    Skrzynia biegów: manualna
    Paliwo: benzyna
    Pojemność: 3600 cm3
    Moc: 408 KM

    Cena: 499000 PLN

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    Czujnik deszczu
    Elektryczna regulacja siedzeń
    Elektryczne lusterka
    Elektryczne szyby
    ESP
    Felgi aluminiowe
    Immobilizer
    Klimatyzacja
    Komputer pokładowy
    Kontrola trakcji
    Odtwarzacz CD
    Pełna skóra
    Podgrzewane fotele
    Poduszki powietrzne
    Reflektory ksenonowe
    Sportowe fotele
    Szyberdach
    Światła przeciwmgielne
    Tempomat
    Wspomaganie kierownicy

    993 Turbo z pakietem GT2 jest to perełka na skalę światową i niepowtarzalna okazja kupienia tak idealnie utrzymanego egzemplarza – auto z mojej kolekcji, sprzedam jedynie pasjonatowi Porsche, komuś kto wie czego konkretnie chce, więc proszę nie dzwonić i nie proponować innej ceny.

    Zaznaczam, że nie oferuję przejażdżek czy jazd testowych tym pięknym 993 Turbo. Proszę o wyrozumiałość.

    Samochód sprowadziłem z Niemiec, jest ze mną prawie 5 lat i w tym czasie był na jednym zlocie w Kielcach oraz doceniony został przez Porsche Polska = wybrany wraz z innym moim kolekcjonerskim Porsche jakim jest 964 Turbo i pokazany podczas CLASSIC MOTO SHOW w Krakowie w dniach 5-7.09.2014 oraz podczas PORSCHE PARADE w dniach 12-14.09.2014.

    993 Turbo kupiłem od pierwszego właściciela; serwisowane i pedantycznie zadbane.
    Wszystko w tym aucie jest na Tip Top.
    Oczywiście bezwypadkowy, czyli kolekcjonerski model z gwarancją stabilnego wzrostu cen przez najbliższe lata.

    Dlatego też cena obecnie nie podlega negocjacji, może być tylko wyższa.

    Kolor auta to “arena red” i na zdjęciach nie oddaje uroku samochodu na żywo, gdzie wzbudza ogólny zachwyt, nie tylko dzięki pięknemu lakierowi, ale także stan wizualny urzeka każdego, kto choć trochę czuje piękno tych samochodów.

    Środek dopasowany kolorystycznie, lecz w innym odcieniu do samochodu.

    Pedantycznie utrzymany.
    Pełne wyposażenie, udokumentowany przebieg, wersja europejska.

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    1995 PORSCHE 911 (993) CARRERA CABRIOLET

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    This 1995 Porsche 993 Carrera Cabriolet is an extremely attractive example of the last air-cooled 911 model. It is equipped with the 3.6-litre naturally aspirated flat-six engine, driven through a six-speed manual gearbox. The car has covered 120,751 miles from new.

    The car was completed in March 1995 and was delivered new to Porsche Cars Great Britain in April, with 36 delivery miles on the clock. It was originally specified with the optional 17-inch wheels and air conditioning. This original right-hand drive example is currently residing in Oxfordshire, where the vendor has kept the car since their purchase in 2018.

    The paintwork is described as being in excellent overall condition, with a deep and glossy finish, as it was ceramic-coated at the beginning of the year. In 2013, the car received a glass-out repaint in its original Midnight Blue Metallic by Porsche specialist GT One in Chertsey, Surrey. At this time, all the rubber and seals were replaced, as was the bonnet badge. The only imperfections noted by the vendor are a very small dent halfway along the passenger’s side door and a tiny chip on the rear bumper. All of the exterior trim is in very good order, with the original Dark Blue hood and tonneau having been replaced in 2010 and the front fog lights and rear centre reflector restored in 2018.

    The door jambs, bonnet and boot shuts are all in great condition. The car sits on recently refurbished 17-inch Porsche ‘Twist’ alloy wheels. In September 2018, the Porsche was given a full paint correction and detailing treatment, which included rectifying stone chips, minor scratches on the front and rear bumpers and a small split in the lower front valance. This was all carried out by Extra Gleam in Worcester, for which there is a detailed invoice on file.

    Inside, the car’s cabin has received a lot of care to bring it to its lovely condition today. Its Marble Grey upholstery has recently been reconnolised at the front and complements the Midnight Blue carpets and dash beautifully. In September 2018, along with the seat refurbishment, the vendor also commissioned Extra Gleam to re-colour the steering wheel airbag cover, transmission tunnel cover, gear knob gaiter and hand brake gaiter, and to deep steam clean the carpets.

    This car starts, runs and drives very well, and has obviously been cared-for by its previous owners to keep it in good order. The last MOT test was in August 2018, which resulted in a clean pass with no advisories or warnings. The certificate has now expired by just by a few weeks, so the vendor has agreed to have the car put through a fresh MOT prior to handing it over to the next owner. The car comes with its original maintenance book, with 21 stamped services on record.

    Porsche specialist GT One had looked after the car for 14 years, from 2004 to 2018, performing numerous works when and where needed, including fitting a new gearbox and clutch in 2015 and new brake discs and pads in 2017. The speedometer was replaced in 2013, when the mileage stood at 110,930 miles, so the current odometer reading is in addition to this.

    In 2018, a full service was performed by Portiacraft and the air-conditioning condenser and camshaft chain cover seals were replaced. In 2019, Cotswold Porsche fitted a new roof control unit and new OEM exhaust. The wheels are shod in Continental SportContact tyres in size 205/50 ZR17 at the front and 255/40 ZR17 at the rear, which have around 5mm of tread remaining.

    Accompanied by the original driver’s manual, service book and two keys, as well as an extensive history file, this Porsche 993 (911) Cabriolet is a genuinely superb car that’s ready to delight its next owner on the open road.

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    Porsche 911 1995

    Wersja 993
    Pojemność 3600cm3
    Moc 250KM
    Skrzynia biegów automatyczna
    Napęd tylny
    Paliwo benzyna
    Przebieg 116000km
    Kraj pochodzenia Japonia
    Bezwypadkowy TAK
    • Do negocjacji

    Trzecia generacja kultowego Porsche 911, oznaczona kodem fabrycznym 993, jest ostatnią w której zastosowano silniki chłodzone powietrzem. Samochód wszedł na rynek w roku 1993. Podstawowe założenia konstrukcyjne 911 nie zmieniły się, choć wprowadzono bardzo duże modyfikacje względem poprzedniej odmiany, znanej jako 964. Jedynie około 20% elementów było wspólnych dla obu modeli. Projektant Tony Hatter znacznie unowocześnił stylizację karoserii 993. Przy okazji zadbano również o dopracowanie aerodynamiki. Porsche zaproponowało szeroki wachlarz wersji wyposażeniowych – można było zamówić auto z napędem na jedną lub dwie osie w konfiguracji ze skrzyniami ręcznymi lub automatycznymi, w nadwoziu coupe, targa lub cabrio.

    W ofercie występowały również wzmocnione warianty „S”, jednostki turbodoładowane oraz wyczynowa ewolucja GT2. W stosunku do 964, jedną z głównych zmian było także zastosowanie w pełni aluminiowego, wielowahaczowego zawieszenia. Pozwoliło to na poprawienie właściwości jezdnych samochodu – nową 911 prowadziło się bardziej stabilnie, wykazywała mniejszą tendencję do nadsterowności oraz poprawił się komfort podróżowania.

    Oferowane Porsche 993 pochodzi z rynku japońskiego i trafiło do Polski wiosną 2014 roku z przebiegiem 104 000 kilometrów. Samochód pochodził od pierwszego właściciela z Japonii, co wraz z odczytem licznika jest potwierdzone japońskim certyfikatem eksportowym. Jeszcze w Japonii samochód został doposażony w dokładkę przedniego zderzaka, tylną płetwę, felgi o rozmiarze 18”, hamulce od wersji Turbo oraz obniżone zawieszenie. Ciekawa jest również konfiguracja kolorystyczna srebrnego lakieru z szarym wnętrzem.

    Obecny właściciel przejechał samochodem niewiele ponad 10 tysięcy kilometrów i w tym czasie podjął się uszczelnienia całego bloku silnika wraz z wymianami oleju, wymiany wahaczy z ustawieniem geometrii oraz zakupu kompletu nowych opon w 2016 roku. Układ napędowy stanowi wolnossący bokser o pojemności 3.6 litra bez systemu Varioram (272 KM) sprzężony z automatyczną skrzynią biegów „Tiptronic”. Wyposażenie auta obejmuje klimatyzację oraz szyberdach. Poza wizualno-mechanicznymi modyfikacjami, samochód jest zachowany w oryginalnym stanie bez wspomagania dodatkowymi zabiegami kosmetycznymi. Porsche użytkowane było wyłącznie w sezonie wiosenno-letnim i przechowywane w ciepłym i suchym garażu.

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    This car includes a clean Carfax, two keys, books, and recent service records.


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    Auction Results

    • Highest Bid: $47,000
    • Auction End: Feb. 13, 2020, 3:30 p.m.
    • Number of Bids: 22

    @JY911 hello, this vehicle is no longer available. Thank you for your interest.

    Is this car sold at all? How do I contact the owner?

    Bid in the amount of $47,000

    Bid in the amount of $46,250

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    Bid in the amount of $43,993

    Bid in the amount of $43,500

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    Bid in the amount of $40,250

    Bid in the amount of $38,000

    Bid in the amount of $36,500

    Bid in the amount of $35,000

    @Mrosilio the last services performed was an oil change at 63k and a transmission (and I believe diff) at 62k. As always, when I am at my mechanic he goes over the car and if anything stands out I have it addressed.

    @Mrosilio no worries, I will try to get a scan of the records up.

    @Bigwood it is an immobilizer. However, I had it permanently linked to the ECU as a preventative because I know many people who have been left stuck due to a failure. The fob still locks and unlocks the doors as it did from the factory.

    Sorry — Missed the driving videos above. Was expecting to see them in the photo gallery.

    Would you be able to post detailed photos of the service records?
    Has the 60k service been done yet?
    Is the ac functioning and has it been converted/upgraded?

    Might be a bit late for a driving video considering it’s raining in NY today, but photo of the undercarriage if possible?

    Seller, the fob hanging off the key, is that for a aftermarket alarm or is that the Porsche immobilizer? Thanks!

    Once I installed chrome ovals courtesy of Gert Carnewal circa 2005, I thought, «it’s finally complete!» Great looking 4 — GLWA.

    (I was wrong, of course.)

    @brucege39 Ok, thank you sir. I’m going to have a better look at the regulations, but I know all stock is ideal. Regards.

    @Lbesier hello, I am not familiar with the regulations involved, however, the car has no issues with it physically or mechanically that I would foresee as an issue. It is completely stock, unmodified, OEM as it left the factory.

    Bid in the amount of $31,000

    Bid in the amount of $30,000

    @brucege39 good evening sir. Just bid on the car. no issues whatsoever that would prevent it from passing an out of country inspection? I Live on Vancouver island. On the west coast of Canada.
    Regards,
    Laurens

    Bid in the amount of $26,000

    @orclean1 roof is a tad higher than the rest of the car but I feel it is original. Let’s not for these were the last of the hand made Porsche vehicles. I have owned this car for a very long time and never had any paint work done. In addition, there is no evidence that would lead me to believe that it was either. The color is perfect as well as the consistency with the rest of the car. Hope this helps.

    Paint meter results all look acceptable with the exception of measurements of roof ??

    Bid in the amount of $23,993

    Bid in the amount of $22,993

    @BlueTTop that was only very early 95 models. All later cars had the high mounted light until the end of production in 1998. Thanks for the interest.

    What happened to the basket handle that was standard in 1995?

    Bid in the amount of $21,993

    Bid in the amount of $20,993

    Bidding against oneself is a bit bizarre.

    Hope the sign in the first picture is not a subliminal message. Just kidding.

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