Could you imagine receiving a Porsche 911 Carrera RS back in 1991 and never driving it? Well, that’s exactly the case with Collecting Cars’ latest lot, which offers up a pristine delivery and transport-milage (164km to be exact) example of the aforementioned car in factory condition.
The 964-shape 911 is becoming an increasingly sought-after model, and this Carrera RS version is just one of 2,276 units built in its lifetime. This particular model is finished in “Guards Red” and is fitted with Recaro bucket seats trimmed in black leather with a central panel split between “Dark Grey,” “Pearl Grey,” and “Light Grey” leather, and not a single thing on the car is damaged in any way, shape, or form aside from natural leather aging and patina development — in short, it’s literally as factory-spec as could be.
Described by Collecting Cars as a “time warp,” the Carrera RS was a dominating supercar in its heyday. Power comes from a 3.6-liter air-cooled flat-six engine that produces 260 BHP, while a close-ratio G50/10 five-speed manual transmission and a limited-slip differential manage the power that’s sent to the rear wheels.
Take a look at the pristine 1991 Porsche 911 Carrera RS above, and head over to Collecting Cars’ website to bid on the car now. As of writing, the price is sitting at £202,100 GBP (approx. $283,000 USD), but with three days left the price is sure to shoot up.
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