The Porsche 993 is the second generation of the iconic Porsche 911, introduced in 1993 and produced until 1998. Designed by Tony Hatter, the model featured a more modern and aerodynamic body shell, although it was obviously the evolution of the previous 911 cars. Inside, the 993 was quite similar to its predecessor, the Type 964, with a larger luggage compartment. The suspension was completely redesigned to offer more stability and reduce the over steering. The flat-six engine was also revised with dual-flow exhaust system and two catalytic converters compared to only one on the previous model. Power went up to 285 hp when the new VarioRam induction system was introduced in 1995. Linked to the engine was a six-speed manual transmission of an optional Tiptronic four-speed unit on the rear-wheel-drive models.
Should you be in the market for a 1996 Porsche 993, The Beverly Hills Car Club team might have an example that fits right into your budget and specs needs. Start by browsing their online inventory to get an idea of the current cars available for sale and don’t hesitate to call the team to have a more complete list of the models currently in the showroom. The team has been buying and selling classics of all makes, models, and conditions for many years. The staff is composed of classic car enthusiasts with an extensive knowledge of the market, manufacturers, models, and processes. The friendly staff can share some good tips and advice to help you make the right purchase. For one, they’ll recommend to gather information on the car’s service history and previous ownership to evaluate the model’s value more accurately and point out anything that might become an issue in the future.
Call The Beverly Hills Car Club team today and ask to speak with a classic Porsche expert to guide you with your research and purchase. The team has large inventory of classics for sale at their Los Angeles dealership and the friendly staff would love to help you find the right model.
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