Porsche 911 Turbo (type 964)
The 911 Turbo (type 964) had a wider body with significantly more flared wheel housings compared to the Carrera models. At the rear, the rear wing largely adopted from the Turbo 3.3 of the G model as well as two oval tailpipes emphasised the vehicle's uniqueness. Exhaust gases only escaped through the left pipe when the boost-pressure control valve of the turbocharger was open.
In model years 1991-92, the 911 Turbo was powered by a turbocharged 3.3-litre engine with 320 hp. In MY 1993, it received a 3.6-litre engine with a power output of 360 hp. One of the distinguishing features of this version were the red brake callipers.
The 911 Turbo type 964 was – with the exception of a Cabriolet limited production run – only available as a Coupé.
911 Turbo 3.3 (1991-92)
Front and rear aprons made of deformable plastic // Rear lid with fixed, high rear spoiler with raised black PU border // Anodised black "turbo" logo // Tail-light panel with red-reflective Porsche logo and integrated rear fog lights // Flared wheel arches // Red rear direction indicators // Exterior mirrors in Cup design // Brake callipers painted black // Exhaust system with two side tailpipes
911 Turbo 3.6 (1993 (up to December))
Front and rear aprons made of deformable plastic // Rear lid with fixed, high rear spoiler with raised black PU border // Chrome-plated "turbo 3.6" logo // Tail-light panel with red-reflective Porsche logo // Flared wheel arches // Red rear direction indicators // Exterior mirrors in Cup design // Brake callipers painted red // Exhaust system with two side tailpipes
Genuine parts & historical documents
Balm for the soul of your classic car.
The relationship you have with your Porsche is something very special – and long-term relationships need special care and attention. The 17-piece Porsche Classic Car Care Set is the best way to do this. It can be used on all exterior surfaces and on all Porsche paint generations. Particularly authentic: the high-quality, classic-style storage bag with houndstooth pattern.Les mer
Porsche Classic Motoroils
When engine oil is used as a declaration of love, you'll find "Classic Motoroil" written on the canister. The engine oils, which are specially tailored to the needs and properties of the various classic Porsche engines, were developed by the engineers at the Porsche Development Centre in Weissach together with the experts from Porsche Classic.Les mer
Exterior panelling precision.
A perfect fit to the body of the car is an important aspect of the Porsche quality standard. After all, the second skin must sit like a tailor-made suit. It must be precise to the millimetre. Through a series of wide-ranging measures, the Porsche Classic experts have managed to achieve considerable improvements in the production quality of wings and side sections for the Porsche 911 (model years 1965 to 1994). This also enabled the thin-plate parts of the legendary 911 Carrera RS 2.7 - of which only 1,580 were built in total in the years 1972 and 1973 - to be relaunched for the first time.Les mer
It's the small details that make a classic complete.
Like the Original Porsche Crest for your classic. Each Porsche embodies the fascination of the Sports Car, up to a ripe old age and down to the last detail. One of these is the Porsche Crest. Because it is so indispensable, the Original Porsche Crest has been relaunched for the Porsche Classic models. True to the original colour, material and details, and "Made in Germany".Les mer