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Top 10: Classic Porsches for sale

Whether you’re a Porsche fan or not, you can’t help but appreciate the wide variety of classic metal going under the hammer at Silverstone Auctions’ Porsche sale. So far, 58 of Stuttgart’s finest have been consigned, including a Porsche tractor.

With so much on offer, we’ve scoured the pre-sale catalogue to bring you ten of our favourites from the 21 October sale.

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1992 Porsche 911 (964) RS Touring

Following the demise of the 1973 Carrera 2.7RS, the 964 Carrera of 1991 became the next Porsche to sport the famous 'RS' designation. Like its predecessor, it was a 'homologation special' originally built to race in the Carrera Cup Series. Two different versions were available, the Sport (frequently referred to as the Lightweight) and the Touring (RST). Apart from the half-dozen, right-hand drive Touring models imported into the UK, few are thought to have reached other markets.

The road-going RST had more power, more grip, and better braking than the existing 964 but, crucially, carried less weight. Its engine was a 3.6-litre air-cooled flat six but with a lighter single mass flywheel, and a re-chipped engine management system. Power was only up 10bhp on the standard car but there was a decent amount of extra torque and the car was significantly lighter. The suspension was lowered 1.5 inches and stiffer springs and dampers were fitted. This 1992, 911(964) RS Touring is finished in Black (A1A1) with a Black interior and was specified with Sport leather seats featuring triple colour seat inlays. Only 11 are recorded as having been built, with six of these destined for the UK.

Estimate: £185,000-£210,000

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Ivano Scattolin    on 3 August 2020

Is this vehicle for sale .If so I will be interested to have more information and pictures

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