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  • One of two Porsche 993 C4 delivered in paint-to-sample Ragusa Green
  • Regusa Metallic was an Audi color for the RS2 built by Porsche
  • German delivery (C00) to a Doctor from Hamburg
  • One of 1.920 Carrera 4 with Varioram (286 PS)
  • Factory short shifter, a long list of options
  • 996 GT3 mk I rims, that were already an option for the 993 model!
  • Fully documented history and service book
  • Porsche Classic radio, Dansk exhaust
  • All documents were checked and the car was photographed personally by Auctomobile
  • Other features: possibility of assisting with registration, transport, insurance, storage and Trusted Checkout payment
  • Please note that this car will be available for viewing by prior appointment in Prague, Czech Republic

Introduced in 1993 for the 1994 model year and in time for the 911’s 30th anniversary, the 993 would be the very last of the air-cooled Porsches before the company moved on to the water-cooled 996 for the New Millenium, a step that nobody would have expected a generation earlier and one that frustrated Porsche-philes. It was a hugely important car for Porsche that came at a formative, turbulent time. By the mid-1990s, the front-engined cars were all gone and there was a brief time – the 1996 model year – that the Boxster hadn’t arrived yet and the 993 was the only model in Porsche’s lineup.

The 993 replaced the 1989-94 version of the 911 called the 964. The 964, despite its strengths and improvements over the classic 911, was both heavier and more expensive to build than its predecessor. It also received criticism for its rear suspension, which was mounted to the body and juddered noisily under hard acceleration. Porsche even considered dropping the 911 model altogether during the 964’s production run. After putting together a 20-page paper in 1990 that defined what exactly a Porsche was, however, the company bigwigs decided that the 911 was indispensible and actually the backbone of the company. Work on an all-new car commenced.

As for styling, it was an all-new look while still unmistakably 911. Styled by Englishman Tony Hatter, it had wide, muscular bulges in all the right places, and the lower front fenders meant that it was the first 911 in which the drivers couldn’t see them from the cockpit. The body had a drag coefficient of 0.33, and while this was technically less aerodynamic than the 964, it also reduced lift at speed.

As for power, Porsche stuck with the tried and true and set about further improving the 964’s flat-six. Porsche redesigned the bottom end, added hydraulic self adjusting valve clearance and completely redesigned the exhaust.

Front brakes were also enlarged, a limited-slip differential was optional, and overall the 993 was 20 percent torsionally stiffer than the 964. Because the all-wheel drive 964 had made up about 20 percent of orders, the system was further improved in the 993, and the Carrera 4 system only added 100 pounds to a two-wheel drive version.

Reception for the 993, which was admirably priced cheaper than its predecessor, was immediate and enthusiastic. Motor Sport succinctly proclaimed “this is by far the best 911 so far” and Car and Driver remarked that “this is the first 911 that’s truly chuckable, and you would have to do something stupid to get into trouble…all the involving intricacies of the chassis’s personality are still there to be savored.”

The very last air-cooled 911 was a 1998 Mexico Blue Carrera 4S that was sold to Jerry Seinfeld, and it marked the end of an era. Porsche had built 410,348 air-cooled 911s before moving on to the somewhat unloved water-cooled 996.

The 993 is collectible for a lot of reasons. It’s not just that it’s the last air-cooled car. It’s the blend of classic 911 looks, heritage and sound with modern technology and conveniences. Many consider it to be the best looking of all 911s as well, and it’s certainly one of the most rewarding cars to drive, even if some of the newer 911s are quicker.

993s are mostly without the potentially catastrophic faults of some later Porsches. These are solidly built cars aided further by the fact that they aren’t yet old enough to have suffered severe neglect.

This example was delivered to a Doctor in Hamburg, Germany, who ordered the car with a lot of options and in a special order paint-to-sample Ragusa Green Metallic color (code 24P), an Audi color, that was used for the RS2 model built by Porsche in Zuffenhausen. The car then spent some time with two UK owners, travelling between UK and Germany. The car has a full service history, serviced every year. The factory option list includes for example heated 8-way electrical seats, Becker sound system and many more. The car runs on a 996 GT3 mk I rims, that were optional already for the 993 model, very rare option, that fits great to the 993. A real daily driver with more than 363.000 kms on the clock. All original, only the clutch was changed. Special features are a Porsche Classic radio and a Dansk exhaust system.





Production date04.07.1996
Body TypeCoupe
Engine3.600 ccm, 286 PS, flat-6
SteeringLeft Hand Drive
LayoutAll Wheel Drive
Color - exteriorRagusa Green
Color - interiorDark Grey
Miles/Kilometers shown363.163 kms
Chassis / VINWP0ZZZ99ZTS316396
Location - CountryCzech Rep.
Location - CityPrague


2-door coupe body type; 4x4 full-time (all-wheel drive permanent, variable torque split with visco), manual 6-speed gearbox; gasoline (petrol) engine with displacement: 3600 cm3, advertised power: 210 kW / 282 hp / 286 PS (ECE), torque: 340 Nm; characteristic dimensions: outside length: 4245 mm, width: 1735 mm, wheelbase: 2272 mm; reference weights: base curb weight: 1420 kg; top speed: 275 km/h (declared by factory); accelerations: 0-60 mph 5 s, 0-100 km/h 5.3 s (declared by factory)

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May 03 2021

Hello, it depands to which coast / harbour, but it would be around 2.000 EUR. Regards

May 03 2021

Are you able to estimate the cost of shipping it to the US?

May 03 2021

Just a short support post for the seller . The car is owned by a member of our official Porsche Club Praha and has been a regular presence at our events. Beautiful 993 and well taken care of. The color is stunning not to mention its rarity. The mileage is a testament to the legendary reliability of the 993 (provided it is correctly maintained).

May 02 2021

Hi, most of the car was repainted in the original colour with paintmeter showing between 300 and 500 microns. Regards

May 02 2021

Hi, is the paint on the car original, or it was repainted in the past? Any chance to get paintmeter readings?

April 18 2021

Hi Bruno, there were 4 owners, a Doctor from Germany, two different owners from United Kingdom (the first one registred it at his company and later privately) and now 1 owner from Czech Republic. Regards

April 18 2021

Hi, got it thank you! One more question, how many owners had this car? Many thanks and regards

April 18 2021

Hi Bruno again, the seller had a video taken last weekend before he brought the car to our garage. So the video is already added above as are a few more pictures he has sent us. Regards

April 18 2021

Hi Bruno. Yes, we have the car in our garage, so we will try to make a video of the car with engine on or while driving. The car drives and sounds really great with the optional Dansk exhaust. And it is owned by a private person, so therefore there will not be any VAT applicable to the final price. Thank you. Best Regards

April 18 2021

Hi! Is it available a video of the car with engine on and/or while circulating? Could you possibly make it on demand? Is the car currently owned by a person or by a company? In other words will be the price inclusive of VAT in a transaction among EU countries? Many thanks Bruno

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