Also known as the Porsche 911 Type 933, the 933 Series was introduced in 1994 and manufactured until 1998. The Porsche 993 was the last iteration of the air-cooled engine that was first used in 1964. Powered by a 3.6-liter flat-six engine, the car would reach 60 mph from still in as low as 3.7 seconds for the Turbocharged version. First generation to boast a standard six-speed manual transmission, it was easy to use the engine smoothly and efficiently. A Tiptronic four-speed automatic transmission was also available on the Carrera, the Carrera S, the Cabriolet, and the Targa. Handling was greatly improved thanks to a refined chassis and a new multilink rear suspension. The front and rear end were completely redesigned for improved aerodynamics and the body featured smoother lines all around.
Many different variants and evolutions of the Porsche 993 model were released and defining exactly what car you’re looking for can be a challenge. The Beverly Hills Car Club team would be happy to help you look at the different options and come up with some models that meet your needs and fit in your budget. With their many years of experience in the classic car industry, the team has acquired an extensive expertise when it comes to buying and selling classic Porsches. One recommendation they’ll give you is to ask the current owner to include additional parts, items, and documentation that go with the classic. This will increase the value of the model down the road. In addition to sharing tips and advice, The Beverly Hills Car Club has a large inventory of classic cars for sale, including Porsche 993 models.
Come visit The Beverly Hills Car Club team and view the inventory of classic cars for sale at their Los Angeles dealership. The friendly staff welcomes you anytime and is looking forward to hearing all about your classic car project. Connect today to get started!
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