A limited edition RS model was reintroduced in 1992 on the European market, based on the 1973 Carrera RS. American customers were interested in the RS variant and Porsche built 701 units of the 911 RS America model in 1993, adding rear seats in 1994. A 3.7-liter engine powered the car with higher performance than the original 964. A larger fixed whale tail replaced the movable rear spoiler and only four factory options were made available: a radio/cassette stereo, a sunroof, air conditioning and a limited-slip differential. The interior was simple and streamlined with no armrests or door pockets and a pull strap in place of the door-opening handle.
Only 84 units of the Porsche 911 RS America were made in 1994 and finding the right example can be tricky. The Beverly Hills Car Club team has many years of experience in the classic car industry, selling and buying classics of all makes, models, and conditions. The team has a large inventory of classics for sale, including Porsche 911 models and the experts are in contact with sellers worldwide. If you’re on the look for an example of 1994 Porsche 911 RS, don’t wait and call the team today. In addition to helping you find the right example, the team will share tips and advice to assist you with the purchase experience. One recommendation the team often shares is to hire classic car experts and carry out a pre-purchase inspection to ensure you’re aware of the car’s condition and service needs. Issues such as rust damage often impact the price.
The Beverly Hills Car Club is at your disposal to answer questions and help you find your dream 1994 Porsche 911 RS. The team is looking forward to working with you. Start by browsing their inventory and get in touch with the friendly staff to hear more about their services.
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