Porsche introduced the Type 964 evolution of the 911 model in 1989 and produced it until 1994. Compared to the previous Porsche 911 model, the Type 964 featured more advanced technologies. The first iteration was a Carrera 4 car, with all-wheel-drive, followed by a Carrera 2 variant, with rear-wheel-drive. Engineering was ahead of the competition, featuring a retractable rear spoiler and low drag coefficient of 0.32. Equipment includes dual airbags, coil springs, ABS brakes, and power steering. A Turbo model was added in 1990. A 3.6-liter engine powered the standard model and the Porsche 964 Turbo boasted a 3.3-liter engine for the first units until 1992, then upgraded to a 3.6-liter Turbo engine. A tiptronic automatic transmission came in 1990 with adaptive electronic management and full manual control.
In the market for a 1992 Porsche 964? The Beverly Hills Car Club is a good place to start your search. Their Los Angeles-based dealership has a large collection of classics for sale. Browse the online inventory to get an idea of the current cars available for sale and give the team a call to get further information on their inventory and services. Known for their good deals and excellent customer service, The Beverly Hills Car Club team will go the extra mile to make sure you have an enjoyable and hassle-free purchase experience. In addition to their classics for sale, the team will share valuable tips and advice for your 1992 Porsche 964 research and purchase. One thing to be aware of is that the Porsche 911 models often over steer, which can be surprising when you’re not used to it. Ask the current owner to share his impressions of the driving experience and make sure you test the car’s limits in a safe environment.
The Beverly Hills Car Club team is composed of experienced and knowledgeable professionals who are always happy to exchange with other classic car enthusiasts. Get in touch with the team today and find out about the latest additions of 1992 Porsche 964 models in their inventory.
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