Porsche 964 RS Lightweight
Year – 1992
Engine Size – 3.6
Mileage – 43,594
Colour – GP White
Interior – Black Leatherette with Black/Dark Grey/Pearl Grey/Light Greay Leather Seats
The Porsche 964 was first available in 1989 and was designed by Benjamin Dimson. The 964 being called “Carrera 4” meaning all-wheel drive then the “Carrera 2” coming out in 1990 meaning rear wheel drive. (Porsche have never created a front wheel drive). The 964 can be bought as a coupe, Targa or cabriolet. The engine Inside a 964 was a 3.3 litre M64/03 flat 6.
The 964 Lightweight was based on the Porsche 911 ‘Carrera cup’ but with an output power of 260BHP and lightweight flywheel coupled to the G50/10 transmission with closer ratios, asymmetrical Limited Slip Differential and steel synchromesh; it also had a track-oriented suspension system with 40mm (1.6 in) lower ride height, stiffer springs, shocks and adjustable stabilizer bars without power steering.
Few names stir the emotions of driving enthusiasts in the same way as the Porsche Carrera RS. There are fewer still to which the description ‘legend’ can be justifiably applied. Yet this is exactly how the press acclaimed the re-introduction of the Carrera RS. Following in the tyre tracks of the model of the early 1970’s developed for the Group 3 and 4 competition regulations; the new RS (based on the Carrera 2) offers the Porsche driver the same pure driving experience. The RS was available in two derivatives, the Lightweight and the Touring, both offering exhilarating performance and outstanding handling.
The car comes with superb MOT and Service history as well as 12 months MOT and a full major service before delivery.