Porsche 911 (Type 993) was produced between 1993 and 1998.
For nearly 50 years, the 911 has evolved , defying his detractors, to the satisfaction of its owners. Even if all 911 models are still instantly recognizable, evolution has always been consistent and sustained.
Critics complained about the handling and that only experts drivers could control the car. Later still, this car was reduced to a fashion model representative of a certain status, but this vehicle had enough quality to survive despite competition from models with front engine . Contrary to expectations, it is the front-engine models that were eventually abandoned while the traditional 911, continually developed, helped save the company.
Always controversial , the 911 has nevertheless become the most successful sports cars. The wheelbase has been lengthened, engine capacity has evolved 2.2 , 2.4, 2.7 liters and 3.8 liters until .
The 993 was the last air-cooled Porsche , still 3.6 -liter engine , it produces 272 horsepower , and in 1995 received a further boost to 285 horsepower . It was also some subtle changes in the shape of the car (although it was still based on the original design ) .
To meet all the old criticisms of the handling, Porsche engineers have produced for the 993 , a new suspension to cope with the modern requirements.
The 993 is the 911 every Porsche enthusiast dreams of owning, if combines all the 911's best attributes with significant improvements in handling, ride and refinement.
Bodyshell At first glance the body of the 993 appeared to be nothing more than a make-over on the 964 Turbo. But there was much more to the new appearance than the pronounced wheel-arch flares. Following the example started by the 968, there had been cosiderable effort to replace the previous straight lignes of the 964 with, in the industrial designer's vocabulary, 'softer' lines. This trend would reach its peak with the later 996 model. Referring to the 964 Turbo wings as looking like 'big lips' around the wheels, Harl Lagaay considered the bulges on the 993 to be more muscular, and by inference more smoothly integrated. Along with new, lower headlamps, the frontal appearance of the 993 seemed more aggressive.
Registration: 657 BCE 83
1ST IMMAT. 10/05/1994
No WPOZZZ99ZRS314xxx SERIES
PU 21 horsepower
Option codes: C00 220 224 490 587 573 850
Origin: PORSCHE-ZENTRUM SOLINGEN
11/03/1997 BOOK (page 17-21-22) PORSCHE ZENTRUM SOLINGEN: 20586 KMS
13/01/1998 BOOK: (Page 4) PORSCHE ZENTRUM SOLINGEN: 33193 KMS
31/03/1999 BOOK (page 17-23-24) PORSCHE ZENTRUM SOLINGEN: 40995 KMS
17/04/2002 SAS GARAGE DU MONT BLANC: INVOICE 65000 KMS
02/05/2002 SAS GARAGE DU MONT BLANC: REPLACEMENT COUNTER BILL STARTS 33230 KMS
30/07/2002 SAS GARAGE DU MONT BLANC: INVOICE 36179 KMS
09/04/2003 SAS GARAGE INVOICE MONT BLANC
05/05/2003 BOOK: 5/05/2003 BOOK (page 17) 39919 KMS
16/06/2003 MARTIN SPORT AUTO INVOICE
25/06/2003 POTHAIN GARAGE INVOICE 41766 KMS
26/08/2003 POTHAIN GARAGE INVOICE 42924 KMS BRAKES
12/03/2004 SAS GARAGE DU MONT BLANC INVOICE 45946 KMS
17/06/2004 SAS GARAGE DU MONT BLANC INVOICE
02/09/2004 BOOK: (page 17) CPL SPORT SARL 01250: BILL 48895 KMS
09/09/2004 SPORT CPL BILL 01250 48895 KMS
22/04/2005 SAS GARAGE DU MONT BLANC INVOICE 53008 KMS
30/08/2005 SAS GARAGE DU MONT BLANC INVOICE 56605 KMS
15/09/2005 TECHNICAL CONTROL BILL 57341 KMS
16/12/2005 Current and LAST OWNER 64769 kms
22/11/2007 TECHNICAL CONTROL BILL 64769 KMS
21/10/2008 BOOK: RDRACING INVOICE 65243 KMS
14/11/2009 SC BEARING INVOICE 66108 KMS
07/12/2010 BATTLE MAX BILL paint 4 wheels
18/05/2010 BOOK: SC LE ROULEMENT 66825 KMS
18/05/2010 SC LEROULEMENT INVOICE 66825 KMS
17/02/2011 ALLO WHEELS INVOICE
04/01/2013 CONTROL TECHNOLOGY 67174
04/02/2013 Oscaro INVOICE VFT6357947
29/08/2013 ALLO WHEELS
21/02/2013 SC LEROULEMENT 66978 KMS
21/02/2013BOOK: SVC LE ROULEMENT 66978KMS
15/10/2013 67189 KMS
20/06/2014 TECHNICAL CONTROL BILL 67203 KMS
10/07/2014 SC LE ROULEMENT 67396 KMS
10/07/2014 BOOK: SC LE ROULEMENT 67396 KMS
08/2014 Revision des 100 000kms
Reconstituted mileage: 65 000 change counter a counter used with 33230 km (67,129 to 33,230) 65,000 = 98,899 KMS Besides changing bevel directed by the previous owner,
To our knowledge, apart from the cut-added, no changes other than those mentioned have been performed.