Porsche 911 964 RS Clubsport 1992 – UK

Porsche 911 964 RS Clubsport było wersją fabrycznie przygotowaną do udziału w rywalizacji sportowej. Odelżone ze wszystkich niepotrzebnych elementów wyposażenia, dodatkowo wyposażone w klatkę bezpieczeństwa, fotele kubełkowe było najlżejszą i najmocniejszą wolnossącą odmianą modelu. To przedstawione zostało dodatkowo po latach wzmocnione, by sprawiać możliwie wiele przyjemności. Oryginalna jednostka 3,6 została roziwercona do 3,8 l i mocno zmodyfikowana, co pozwoliło uzyskać imponującą moc 360 KM (o 100 KM więcej od wersji seryjnej). Walka o jak najniższą masę (lżejsze elementy poszycia) pozwoliła odchudzić konstrukcję do zaledwie 1050 kg, co zapewnia fantastyczne osiągi i prowadzenie. Szacowana wartość: ok. 550 – 685 tys. PLN.

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1992 Porsche 911 (964) RS Clubsport

Registration: TBA
Chassis Number: WPOZZZ96ZNS499048
Engine Number: 62N81133/M64/03
Number of cylinders: 6
CC: 3800cc
Year of Manufacture: 1992
Estimate (£): 100,000 – 125,000

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Introduced in 1992, the Porsche 964RS was offered in three versions. The 'standard' RS was the ultimate development of the superb 964, embracing all the values inherent in earlier 'RS' models, and it was joined by the MOO2 (Touring) and the MOO3 N/GT (also known as the Clubsport). The N/GT was the lightest of the trio and was essentially a race ready road car with a welded in Matter roll cage and stripped-out interior in body colour. Standard equipment included narrower Recaro type seats with full harnesses, a fire extinguisher and an electrical cut-out. It still remains one of the most accomplished club racers ever produced by the factory.

A Porsche Certificate of Authenticity confirms that this stunning 964 RS was sold new on 11th February 1992 by Porsche Deutschland, Germany. Supplied new in Guards Red with the desirable Clubsport interior, the original German Fahrzeugbrief confirms the first three owners up until 1997. The current owner purchased the vehicle in 2005 and has put significant time and expense into creating the ultimate Porsche road/track car.

Reading just 70,287 kilometres from new, the car features the following very high specification, for which there are a large number of bills and receipts that document most of the works. The engine has been fully stripped and bored out to 3.8 litres using the original engine block. This included Billet cylinder heads, larger injectors, throttle bodies, GT3 crank, Carrillo rods, Sprint cams, all married up to a Motec engine management system. The exhaust system is a dual outlet stainless steel unit, which sounds incredible, and the car handles beautifully with JRZ 3-way suspension.

Dynamically, the current owner has managed to shed significant weight with the addition of carbon front wings, carbon doors, carbon bonnet, carbon rear bumper, carbon engine lid, carbon front splitter, GT3 Clubsport leather seats and plexiglass rear quarters and rear window. The overall result is a normally aspirated, high-revving 964 RS that develops 360 bhp, weighs 1050 kg and is equally at home on the road or on a circuit. The package is one that may not appeal to the purist, but for those who appreciate a pure driving experience, this Porsche is worthy of serious consideration.

Supplied with a large history file of bills and receipts, UK V5C, a spare set of 3-piece BBS rims and a condition report from leading Porsche experts PARR Motorsport. PARR have maintained the car for many years and have conducted many of the upgrades themselves. Prospective bidders are welcome to contact PARR for a full and fair evaluation of its current condition.

Many Porsche experts rate the 964 RS as the greatest 911 chassis ever, and with the ongoing intelligent development carried out by its current owner, we feel that this example has gradually evolved into one of the ultimate 911s money can buy today.