Porsche 993 3.6 Carrera 4S
– As fast as you can go, without having to eat the airplane food –
The Porsche 993 911 4S. A Porsche that for many is very significant and closed off a period, but also opened new doors in Stuttgart. It was the very last 911 that used purely air to cool down. Also, it was the last 911 that Ferdinand Porsche himself experienced. Four days after the last 993 was born in Stuttgart, Ferdinand breathed his last (air-cooled) breath. R.I.P. hero!
Compared to its predecessor (and no, this didn’t come from the introduction leaflet, this time it really was!) the 993 was revolutionary. Its entire suspension had been sharpened and Porsche introduced the VarioRam system. Something with even more air on revs, for a smooth transition towards the red area of your tachometer, which sits dominantly in the middle of the instrument cluster. Of course Porsche is already awfully good at that. Emphasizing the -for an enthusiast- essentials. Driving, experience and emotion. And we can tell you that a manual transmission 993 4S has all the right ingredients.
And ours? Yes, just the way you want it! Her Arktissilber Metallic is still largely original paint, her interior is as good as new and she has an extensive history. Before she came to stay with us in the clubhouse, she was completely checked over by a renowned Porsche specialist.
– Cornering the Porsche 993 4S; it’s like peanut butter to the roof of your mouth. –I'm interested in this object