In 1993, the Porsche 911 was known as the Type 964. The model was available as a Carrera 2 with two-wheel-drive or as a Carrera 4 with four-wheel-drive, the latter being popular in snowy states for its drivability in all-weather conditions. A Turbo version was also introduced in 1990 and produced until 1994. Also in 1990, Porsche made a new Tiptronic automatic transmission available, featuring full manual control and adaptive electronic management. Much advanced equipment was fitted on the 1993 Porsche 911, including standard dual airbags. The 3.3-liter engine was upgraded to a 3.6-liter unit providing 360 hp. Design-wise, the Porsche 911 was available in coupe, convertible, or targa trims, and large rear spoilers extending at 50 mph distinguished the model.
If like the members of The Beverly Hills Car Club team, you’re a classic Porsche enthusiast, you probably know a lot about the Porsche 911, iconic model of the brand. Should you have any questions about the different variants, don’t hesitate to call the team and ask! The friendly staff is always happy to exchange anecdotes and share knowledge with other Porsche enthusiasts. Should you be in the market for a 1993 Porsche 911, The Beverly Hills Car Club has a large inventory of models for sale. The experts are known for their helpful tips and advice and they welcome the opportunity to helping you find the perfect model within your budget. One recommendation the team often shares is to make sure you inspect the car thoroughly for rust. Restoration is a very onerous process and you want to include any service needs in your budget.
Feel free to browse the online inventoryy and call The Beverly Hills Car Club team if you have questions about a particular model or if you can’t find what you’re looking for. The team is in contact with buyers and sellers worldwide and their long-time experience in the classic car industry gives them unmatched expertise when it comes to buying a 1993 Porsche 911. Connect soon and get started!
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