1998 was the last year of production for the Porsche 993, the last of the air-cooled models. The 993 succeeded to the Type 964, which was the first generation of the iconic 911 model. The Porsche 993 featured a 285-hp, straight-six engine, based on the unit from its predecessor. Power was transmitted to the wheels through a six-speed manual gearbox or an optional four-speed Tiptronic transmission for the rear-wheel-drive, Carrera 4 models. Tony Hatter designed the body with modern lines and great aerodynamic qualities. The interior was very similar to the 964, with additional space for the luggage. The model was available in a coupe, cabrio, and targa trims, and also in more powerful variants such as the RS, the Turbo, or the GT2.
Thinking about a 1998 Porsche 993 for your next classic car purchase? The Beverly Hills Car Club team can share a few tips and advice to help you make a good purchase. For one, it is recommended to go with the best model within your budget when looking at different cars. Service on a 1998 Porsche 993 can be onerous as the air-cooled engineering requires knowledgeable technicians, so be sure to include a maintenance budget in your overall budget. Thanks to many years of experience dealing with classics of all makes, models and conditions, The Beverly Hills Car Club team has gained an expertise of the market and the experts can help you evaluate a model at its fair value. Moreover, their Los Angeles classic car dealership is the home for a large fleet of classic cars for sale. Your perfect 1998 Porsche 993 might just be waiting for you in the showroom so call the team today to find out about their current availabilities.
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