The 1996 Porsche 911 Turbo, which was delivered in Saudi Arabia, will be auctioned off in early July.
This gorgeous purple paint scheme that immediately catches the eye of the 911 Turbo not only highlights the car’s curves, but also seems to hold up well over the years.
The Bonhams The auction shows that the car was originally delivered with body-colored wheels, but then they were replaced by traditional silver rims. Red brake calipers are also visible, as are factory versions such as stainless steel suction tips and hatches.
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In the 911 Turbo, the seats, steering wheel, control panel and door panels are made of cream-colored leather, and matching rugs enhance the exclusive feel of the interior. Given that this is a car from the mid-1990s, it is not surprising that it has wooden veneer mounts with lanes, door panels, steering wheel, transmission and handbrake. Although both the exterior and interior of the vehicle appear to be in good condition, the listing states that the vehicle will need to be restarted, even though it has only traveled 26,151 km (16,249 miles) since its inception.
The 993 generation 911 Turbo was first introduced in 1995 with a 402 hp. It is powered by a 3.6-liter twin-turbocharged flat six-cylinder engine and an all-wheel-drive manual transmission. He showed an astonishing performance that day, reaching a top speed of 96 km / h in just 3.7 seconds and running a quarter mile in 12.1 seconds.
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