Porsche 911 964 Turbo II convertible
A Porsche 911 964 Turbo II convertible?..........they didn't make them did they?
Dealing with Porsche 911 I occasionally stumble across 'odd' models or specifications and this one is very odd indeed.
Its no secret that Porsche will provide (within reason) whatever the customers desire.
During the 1990's the Porsche exclusive studio offered a whole range of 'list' options, everything from leather air vents and switches, to gold instrument bezels and such like. Tastes vary.
Porsche would accommodate requests for more exotic choices too. Even in 1981 they would make a 'slant nose 911' if you were prepared to pay. Hence the unusual cars.
This is a genuine Porsche 911 964 Turbo II convertible. Evidently only 4 were built, one coming to the U.K. And its that one I have pictured.
Although a 1993 chassis number you can see it uses the 'older' 911 3.3 Turbo motor and suspension. This one had gone into a private collection and covered a nominal mileage.
Other unique features you can see are the 'RS' style rear bumper and the 'one off' black and white leather interior.
Very pretty and now with a new owner.