The Porsche 993 was launched in 1993 and was the second generation of the 911 range. The 993 model was heavily restyled compared on the first classic 911, while still conserving a very distinct look across the line. The body’s aerodynamic characteristics were improved and the interior featured additional room for luggage. Last generation of air-cooled Porsches, purists often regard the Porsche 993 as one of the last real classics. The straight-six, 3.6-liter engine was revised to provide 272 hp for the standard version. Linked to a six-speed manual transmission for the first time, the power distribution was very enjoyable. A four-speed Tiptronic option was also available on rear-wheel-drive models. Suspension was completely redesigned to help correct the over steering tendency of the previous 964 version.
When looking to purchase a 1994 Porsche 993, there are a few key things to be aware of. First, the rear-wheel-drive cars require experienced drivers so be sure to inquire about the history of ownership and investigate the service and maintenance records, looking for potential major accidents that may have damage the chassis. Second, the air-cooled models necessitate experienced mechanics and technicians to complete service needs, which can generate higher costs. Knowing that, it’s recommended to take into account future maintenance costs when making a budget for your classic car purchase. The Beverly Hills Car Club team can help you define your project and find the right model of 1994 Porsche 993 that fits your needs and budget. Their Los Angeles classic car dealership has a wide inventory of classic cars for sale and the friendly staff welcomes you anytime to come view the collection.
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