Porsche: 911 993 Carrera RS Clubsport — luxury vehicle For Sale






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28.01.2017
Make:
Model: 
911
Sub Model: 
993 Carrera RS Clubsport
Item Location: 
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Exterior Color: 
Yellow
Trim: 
2 Door
Interior Color: 
Black
Engine: 
3.8L 300HP
Drive Type: 
RWD
Mileage: 
31,400
Year: 
1995










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Description for luxury vehicle Porsche: 911 993 Carrera RS Clubsport

1995 Porsche 993 Carrera RS Club Sport

 

 

Type 993. 300 bhp, 3,746 cc SOHC air-cooled
horizontally opposed six-cylinder engine with Varioram and Motronic 2.1
management, six-speed manual transmission, independent front suspension with
McPherson struts, Bilstein coil-over dampers, and an adjustable anti-roll bar;
independent rear suspension with semi-trailing arms, Bilstein coil-over
dampers, and an adjustable anti-roll bar; and four-wheel cross-drilled
ventilated disc brakes.

One of only 227 RS Club Sport models

Includes original books, tools, and
Certificate of Authenticity

The last air-cooled Carrera RS

Matching numbers engine and transmission



It was based on the Carrera Cup competition car and specifically conceived as a
homologation special in a great enough quantity (at least 50 units) to qualify
it for the BPR GT3 and GT4 categories as the RSR 3.8. It was offered only to
the European market and appeared after the original 3.6-litre engine RS of 1992
had gone out of production. The standard 3.6-litre engine of the Carrera RS was
bumped up to 3,746 cubic centimetres by an increase in its bore to 102
millimetres, but it still retained the RS’s standard 76.4-millimetre stroke.

This engine, the Type M64/20, was fitted with Porsche’s innovative Varioram
variable-length intake system and produced a very healthy 300 brake horsepower
at 6,500 rpm and 262 foot-pounds of torque at 5,400 rpm. The latest version
(2.10) of the Bosch Motronic engine-management system kept tight control over
both the twin-plug ignition and the fuel delivery through individual port
throttle bodies.

Along
with the engine updates, an important component of this competition-oriented
machine was to make it as light as possible. The RS was brought down to a 1,280
kilograms by deleting the headliner, electric windows, electric mirrors,
central locking, intermittent windscreen wipers, radio speakers,
power-adjustable seats, a rear defroster, airbags, and sound insulation.
Removal of all these comforts resulted in an effective weight loss of 100
kilograms. The RS package added a number of performance features to the car,
which included thinner window glass, simplified interior lighting, an alloy
front hood and doors, lightweight interior door panels, Recaro sports seats, a
front strut brace, ball-joint front damper mounts, and adjustable anti-roll
bars with five positions for the 24-millimetre front bar and three positions
for the 21-millimetre rear piece.

Its power is delivered through a Type G50/32 six-speed manual transmission,
with its gearing optimized for acceleration rather than top speed. 265/35ZR-18R
tyres in the rear and 225/40ZR-18 tires in the front are mounted on specially
made 18-inch “Speedline for Porsche” three-piece, light-alloy wheels with
magnesium centres, which are 9-inches wide in the front and 11-inches wide in
the back.

This German market Carrera RS was delivered in November 2005 in rare M003 Club
Sport specification. Aimed directly at endurance racing events, such as the
Nürburgring, the Clubsport was further stripped of carpeting and fitted with a
Matter welded-in roll cage, strut tower brace, bucket seats with six-point
Schroth harnesses, as well as a battery kill switch and fire extinguisher.
Compared to the “standard” RS, only 227 such examples were built for GT2
homologation.

Finished in iconic Speed Yellow, this Carrera RS sports the aforementioned
bucket seats with matching yellow seat backs as well as factory air
conditioning, the only feature that belies the Club Sports competitive
intentions. With less than 31,400 kilometers (19,500 miles), this Porsche
includes its original owners’ manuals and service booklets in their leather
pouch, as well as the original tool roll in the front compartment. This
beautiful example offers its next owner a stunning package of exciting looks
and thrilling performance, and it would make a wonderful addition to any
serious collection of Porsche automobiles.

 

This vehicle is located in Canada. The buyer
is responsible for any duties, taxes and modifications required to import the
vehicle into their home Country. 

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