Porsche 964 Carrera 4 Cabrio 1990
Wonderful car in triple black without any modifications.
First delivery: Italy
Performance (PS/ kW): 250/ 184
Engine: 6-cylinder Boxer
Engine capacity: 3,600 ccm
Gearbox: 5-speed G50 manual
The Porsche 964 – 964 is the internal designation for this generation of the 911 and was built between 1988 and 1993. It was the successor of the heavily outdated 911 G-model which was built over a very long period of 15 years and featured significant technical innovations as well as styling revisions compared to its predecessor.
The 964 was a more modern and comfortable evolution of the 911 while maintaining the classic design of it. The most prominent design changes at the exterior were the new front and rear bumpers which were discussed controversial by 911 enthusiasts.
The main technical innovations introduced with the 964 platform included standard power steering and ABS and an optional all-wheel drive system derivated from the Porsche 959 supercar. Improved aerodynamics included the front and rear bumper, redesigned underbody and – for the Carrera and Speedster version – a new rear spoiler which automatically extended at speeds above 80 km/h. The 964 therewith achieved a very good drag factor of 0.32 allowing the standard Carrera 2 with 250bhp to run 260 km/h, the same top speed as the earlier 911 turbo (930) with an additional 50bhp achieved.
The Porsche 964 was available in the following versions: Carrera 2, Carrera 4, Carrera RS, Carrera RS America, Carrera RS 3.8, Speedster, Turbo, Turbo 3.6 and Turbo S as well as some exclusive versions produced in smaller numbers.
964 Carrera 2
The Carrera 2 was the rear-wheel drive standard model of the 964 featuring a 3.6 litre flat-six engine (M64) with dry-sump lubrication, twin-spark ignition and a new BOSCH DME controller with knock regulation and electronic fuel injection. Power output was 250bhp @ 6100 rpm and 310Nm @ 4800 rpm. The interior was only slightly changed compared to the G-model by fitting a redesigned centre console, a shortened gear knob and new instruments featuring shining-trough lighting technology. The Carrera 2 did the 0-100km/h sprint in 5.7s and reached a top speed of 260km/h.
964 Carrera 4
The Carrera 4 was the first standard model Porsche offered with a permanent four-wheel drive. Besides the different transmission (and caused by this an additional weight of 100kg) it was identical to the Carrera 2.
This beautiful low mileage car is out of a Japanese collection.
Here at ELEVENCLASSICS we ensure our cars are the best quality cars in the country, this attention to detail is rewarded by our clients that trusted us from the early beginning of our operations.
We start off by picking the best cars for stock, of the 3 or 4 cars we get offered every day we buy only the handful best every month.
Upon sale each and every car is taken to our own workshop where it goes through our thorough check-up to make sure everything works as it should and is in good condition. Next the car is given a major service and the service book stamped accordingly. The car will then go to a local independent TUEV station.
Next the cars go to our professional detailers who spend up to a week preparing the car cosmetically. Any stonechips are removed and the wheels refurbished if necessary. The interior is extensively cleaned. Next the car is detailed using professional products to give a long lasting lustre.
We offer full dealer facilities such as service, revision (esp. engine and gearbox) and restauration.
For transports we have a covered transporter and can deliver vehicles anywhere in Europe. We are also experts in shipping cars and can deliver anywhere in the world also helping to minimize import duties.
Value added tax is not accountable acc. § 25A UStG.
Mistakes, changes and intermediate sale are reserved !
We ship worldwide.