In 1989, the 930 Widow Maker made its final farewell, but, in March of 1990 (MY '91), Porsche showed the world that the G-Series would not be their last Turbocharged 911…
Although the 964 Porsche Turbo reused a slightly revised version of its predecessor's 3.3L flat-six, it now produced 318 hp—a whopping thirty-six more than its predecessor— had “proper” brakes (ABS), upgraded steering (power), good/great AC, and a refreshed modern interior.
Our 1991 Porsche 964 Turbo is finished in its correct specification of Black over Black leather with factory sport seats. Delivered new in Saudi Arabia, this European spec Turbo has seen only three owners and been driven just 110k km (68k miles). Priced aggressively, this is a rare opportunity to own the final generation of the singularly turbocharged air-cooled 911 (Porsche used to a twin-turbo setup in the 993 ['95-'98]) at a fraction of today's market evaluation.
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