Porsche introduced the 993 version of the 911 model in 1993, to succeed to the Type 964. The new version was designed by Tony Hatter and featured more modern and rounded shapes, while conserving a style close to the other 911 variants. Aerodynamics was improved and the rear had a standard retractable spoiler with integrated cooling vents. The suspension was completely reworked to correct the model’s tendency for snap-over steer. A 3.6-liter, straight-six, 272-hp engine, linked to a six-speed manual gearbox, powered the car. A four-speed Tiptronic transmission was available on option for the rear-wheel-drive models. In 1995, Porsche upgraded its induction system, gaining an additional 13 hp. With its new and improved suspension system, the 1995 Porsche 993 had a feel of completeness, quality, and precision.
A few things to know about the 1995 Porsche 993, if you’re looking to acquire one: first, the 993 model is the last of the air-cooled Porsches from the 911 line and therefore require a knowledgeable classic Porsche mechanic for maintenance purposes. Second, many models are overvalued so it’s best to hire a classic Porsche expert to carry out a complete pre-purchase inspection and make sure the price is fair. Finally, the Porsche 993 is a real gear head car that requires attention and a good driver; be sure to get familiar with the car by asking previous owners for tips. The Beverly Hills Car Club team is known for sharing best practice recommendations with their clients and friends. Don’t hesitate to call the team if you want to hear more! Their Los Angeles dealership is also the home for a large collection of models for sale, including many classic Porsches.
Come visit The Beverly Hills Car Club team anytime and view the current inventory of classic cars for sale. The team welcomes you anytime and looks forward to helping you find the right model within your budget. Thanks to their long-time experience in the industry, the friendly staff has acquired expertise and can share some valuable advice.
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