1991/11 Porsche 911 Carrera RS (964) N-GT20.000 EUR - Asking Price

Delivered new in Stuttgart in November 1991 to Porsche works driver Ulrich Richter, never raced, preservative restoration

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This rare 911 Carrera RS Competition/N-GT (964) was delivered in Stuttgart, in the factory, to the first owner the 26th November 1991.

It was donated to Ulrich Richter, well known gentleman driver who never raced anything else but Porsche, to convince him to come back racing with the new model, after almost 10 years: it has been a good strategy because in 1993 he returned to drive a private 911 Carrera RSR , finishing 17th overall at Le Mans 24 Hours. At the Daytona 24 Hour race in 1994 he finished 3rd overall and won the GT class in the 964 RSR shared with German team mates Dirk Ebeling , Gunther Doebler and Karl - Heinz Wlazik . IN the following years he passed to the 993 RSR the to the GT2 racing the
BPR Global Endurance and the FIA-GT championships until 2000.

Those successes were partly due to this wonderful Maritime Blue 964 RS Competition/N-GT, one of the very first of 290 cars built to compete in the N - GT series: in 1993 Richter sold the car then two german owners took care of it before the was exported in UK in 1995 at 30,000Km. In England the car had two owners for short time and two who took care of the car for many years with great attention to collect every document, invoice and inspection of the car:

The fully documented TUV / MOT inspection history is as follows : 20.10.94 25016Km, 30.10.95 30219Km, 10.3.97 31675km, 24.8.98 35450Km, 24.8.98 35450Km, 3.9.99 49010Km, 19.2000 57261Km, 3.7.01 64030Km, 30.7.02 72327Km, 23.7.03 76317Km, 1.12.04 80192Km, 9.11.05 82400Km, 9.3.07 86434Km, 8.3.08 88048Km, 18.2.09 94448Km, 17.2.10 100228Km, 25.2.11 101994Km, 16.2.12 103119Km, 22.4.13 104995Km. Current mileage 107.000Km.

The first equipment engine, apart from general services has been completely rebuilt by Ninemeister, well known british workshop, at 80.000kms (27.000kms ago): it received a full bottom and top end rebuild including all bearings, cam chains, valves, carriers, racing valve springs and retainers, cams, followers, guides, pistons, rings, ARP rod bolts, Then brake discs, pads, sensors, wheel bearings, springs, shock absorbers and all seals, spacers, washers, covers, bellows and stops were constantly renewed. Latter a Motec engine managemet system was fitted, increasing power of this balanced and substantially refurbished engine to over 300bhp and 410 Nm: these upgrades can be easily brought back to original specs.
In 2008 the undamaged original body received an extensively documented and photographed paint refresh by Ninemeisster; the only concession made to it's age and history being the fitting of a new boot floor, damaged because of the low height from the ground. Any less than perfect component have been replaced, including tfull clutch, master cylinder, fork, bearings and guide tube, heater fans, starter motor, heater, solenoids, lower ball joint, distributors, etc.

The car is running on the original 17" Magnesium Alloy wheels fitting tyres with N spec (Porsche); the original fire extinguishers are still in the car, as for the original plates and stickers. The Porsche CoA certificates the first equipment matching engine.

A desirable 911 with a more than complete documentation, this car is now as supple and smooth as it would have been when new, a fair ground ride on four wheels and yet physically it remains an easy daily driver. It is worth to be mentioned that the 290 RS Competition/N-GT have a different Vin number than the other “normal” RSs.

The car will be delivered with old british documents, ready to be registered. It can be seen by appointment in Bologna. Further details on www.gulfblue.it

Historical notes:
The Porsche 911 Carrera RS (964) was produced in 1992 model year just for the European market. It was a super lightweight, rear wheel drive only model. It was based on the experience of the Carrera Cup race car that entertained the race series ahead of the Formula One Grand Prix of its era. Basically with Porsche less is more and this car is no exception. It featured a stripped out interior devoid of power steering and power seats, air conditioning, cruise control sound deadening or stereo (although this was an option) and racing seats were part of the package. Wheels were made of magnesium and the glass was thinner in the doors and rear window. The Carrera RS was around 155kg lighter than the equivalent standard Carrera 2.
The RS was offered in three main versions: the “normal”, the “touring” and the “competition”: the first was the most sold, the second was chosen by few people because it had no difference with the C2 while the M003, the “competition” or “N-GT” were produced in just 290 examples.

Reference Number 631084

as of 11/24/2020

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Overview
Car 1991/11 Porsche 911 Carrera RS (964) N-GT
Exterior / Interior Color      Blue Maritime blue /      Black  
Condition Very Good 
Mileage 107.000 km 
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