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Top 10: 1990s Porsches for sale at RM Sotheby’s London auction

In recent years, the best of Nineties air-cooled 911s have caught the eyes of enthusiasts and collectors worldwide, especially the 993-generation 911 GT2.

The original 911 GT2 was built by Porsche to meet homologation requirements for GT2 racing regulations and one example looks set to shine at RM Sotheby's sale on 6 September.

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1975 Porsche 911 Turbo

Internally dubbed the Type 930, the Turbo featured a 3.0-litre air-cooled six-cylinder engine boosted by a KKK turbocharger. Power was 260hp at 5500rpm and 253lb-ft torque at 4000rpm – a fact emphasised by its aggressive flared bodywork, whale tail spoiler, and 15in wheels. The result was not only the fastest production car that Porsche had ever offered, but also the fastest production car on the planet.

This first-year 911 Turbo was originally finished in Silver Metallic over a black leather interior, the same combination that it sports today. It was restored in 2015, with work including a complete engine rebuild, as well as a re-trimmed interior.

Estimate: TBC

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