--Silver with Black leather interior and Black carpeting, 4-speed, Fully Restored, Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, Original colors, Matching numbers, Complete-detailed history file. Much of the Porsche 911 Turbo Carrrera’s development had resulted from the factory's racing program. The rules for FIA Group 4 homologation required 400 road cars to be built, which spurred the development of 'Project 930' - the legendary 911/930 Turbo. The turbocharged 3.0 liter engine in road trim developed 260bhp with propelled the Turbo Carrera from and standstill to 100 mph in 14 seconds and resulted in a top speed of 155mph. Porsche’s first road going super car, this meant it was on par or faster that its contemporary’s in the day, the Aston Martin’s V8 Vantage, Ferrari’s 512 Berlinetta Boxer and Lamborghini’s Countach, certainly excellent company. Legenadry racing driver Paul Frere stated "It offers the finest blend of ultimate performance and refinement I have ever come across.” This is the first year of the Porsche Turbo in the USA and a rare find. This extraordinarily well-restored Turbo Carrera is the 292nd example of 590 car model run for the 1976 Porsche model year. Porsche factory opt
Rarity is a subject much discussed in Porsche collectibles, but truly rare 911s are few and far between. Porsche production ramped up significantly with the water-cooled cars, so while the later GT2 and GT3 models are great 911s, they were made in reasonable numbers. The real Porsche rarities hang from the air-cooled family tree.
Vehicle Description Engine Capacity: 3600cc Mileage: 33 552 0 to 60: 4.50secs Top Speed: 191Mph BHP: 381 Atlas Grey, In Stock Now, Clubsport First registered in June 2004 by Porsche Centre Nottingham this Porsche 996 GT3 Mk2 looks superb in the rare colour of Atlas Grey (darker than Seal or Meteor Grey but lighter than black). Having covered just 33,5520 miles from new the car is a Clubsport model so features a rollcage, harnesses and a fire extinguisher making it ideal for track work in addition to fast road driving. We have known the car for some years now and have sold it to two of its three owners, bringing it back as a part exchange each time. In addition to the standard spec the car is fitted with the small carbon pack (gearknob, handbrake lever etc and a Tracker to keep your insurers happy. The car comes with a full history from Official Porsche Centres and ourselves; 12/07/05 at 4248 miles, Porsche Centre Sheffield 11/05/06 at 6239 miles, Porsche Centre Sheffield 01/11/06 at 13592 miles, Porsche Centre Wilmslow 17/03/08 at 24954 miles, us 12/02/09 at 28757 miles, us 03/09/09 at 31881 miles, us GT3s offer the perfect balance between being a very focussed track weapon and yet
--Guards Red with Cashmere full leather interior with Chocolate Brown carpets and dash, 5,000 original miles, 5-Speed Manual gearbox, 330 HP at standard boost, Rare Factory Special Wishes “Flachtbau” Slant Nose. This vehicle is a genuine 1984 factory Flachtbau (Flat Nose/Slant Nose) Turbo S that was a bespoke, hand built 930 Turbo with hand-built options for buyers at Porsche's customer service/repair facility at the Werkes 1 Porsche facility in Zuffenhausen. It was over twice the price of a standard production 930 Turbo at the time and when new. 1 of only 18 built, it was special optioned with BBS 16” Wheels, 930S front spoiler with oiler cooler, Slant Nose vents and rocker panels, Larger factory intercooler, Leather steering wheel, 930S unique center console, Leather gear lever with Gold Porsche crest, Adjustable boost controller knob covered in leather, Factory digital boost gauge and dual exhaust sport muffler. This Turbo S was ordered for its first owner and imported through Porsche of Scottsdale in 1984. Its EPA/DOT conversion was performed by well-known California Porsche tuner, Alan Johnson Racing. This “Special Wishes” Turbo S had enjoyed only two ownerships from new and a
With just 400 units worldwide and 150 of those bound for the UK that makes this 40th anniversary of the 1st Golf GTI something of a special hot hatch. If those stats don’t whet the appetite then maybe a record breaking hot lap around the nordschleife in the hands of Benny Leuchter at 7.49.21 does. Either way this is a rather exclusive piece of kit and no doubt will keep its owner occupied and entertained for some time to come.
221Hp >>>>> Oldtimerfarm specializes in consignment sales of vintage and collection cars and we are proud to present you this car. Oldtimerfarm is located in Belgium, 9880 Aalter, Steenweg op Deinze 51C, where this car is in our showroom. We are open from Tuesday to Saturday 10-17h (also without appointment). We are closed on Sundays and Mondays. Mondays on appointment only. Make sure you scroll down to look at the extensive photo report (100 pictures). Of course, a more detailed description can be obtained by telephone. Contact us: Xavier: 0032 472 40 1338 (NL, FR, DE, EN, IT) firstname.lastname@example.org Olivier: 0032 473 11 7300 (NL, FR, DE, EN) email@example.com Oldtimerfarm from Aalter would also like to sell your classic car or car collection. For more information, please contact Xavier. Exhibitions where you can find us: 17-18/12/2016 Dreamcar International Kortrijk - Belgium 12-15/01/2017 InterClassics Maastricht - The Netherlands 21-22/01/2017 Auto Retro Roeselare - Belgium 11-12/02/2017 Flanders Collection Car Gent- Belgium 03-05/03/2017 Antwerp Classic Salon - Belgium
>>>>> Oldtimerfarm specializes in consignment sales of vintage and collection cars and we are proud to present you this car. Oldtimerfarm is located in Belgium, 9880 Aalter, Steenweg op Deinze 51C, where this car is in our showroom. We are open from Tuesday to Saturday 10-17h (also without appointment). We are closed on Sundays and Mondays. Mondays on appointment only. Make sure you scroll down to look at the extensive photo report (100 pictures). Of course, a more detailed description can be obtained by telephone. Contact us: Xavier: 0032 472 40 1338 (NL, FR, DE, EN, IT) firstname.lastname@example.org Olivier: 0032 473 11 7300 (NL, FR, DE, EN) email@example.com Oldtimerfarm from Aalter would also like to sell your classic car or car collection. For more information, please contact Xavier. Exhibitions where you can find us: 17-18/12/2016 Dreamcar International Kortrijk - Belgium 12-15/01/2017 InterClassics Maastricht - The Netherlands 21-22/01/2017 Auto Retro Roeselare - Belgium 11-12/02/2017 Flanders Collection Car Gent- Belgium 03-05/03/2017 Antwerp Classic Salon - Belgium
The Porsche 928 was a front-engined sports-GT sold from 1978 to 1995 and was an immediate hit with demand in the UK far outstripping supply. Originally intended to replace the company's iconic 911, the 928 attempted to combine the power, poise, and handling of a sports car with the refinement, comfort, and equipment of a luxury saloon to create what some Porsche executives thought would be a vehicle with wider appeal than the compact, quirky and sometimes difficult 911. The 928 qualified as a 2+2, having two small seats in the rear which could be folded down to enlarge the luggage area and both the front and rear seats had sun visors for occupants. Porsche's design and development efforts paid off during the 1978 European Car of the Year competition where the 928 won ahead of the BMW 7-series and the Ford Granada. The body, styled by Wolfgang Möbius under guidance of Anatole Lapine, was mainly of galvanized steel but the doors, bonnet and boot were made of aluminium to save weight. Polyurethane elastic bumpers were integrated into the nose and tail and covered in body-coloured plastic; an unusual feature for the time that was intended as both a styling feature and to reduce drag. I
Porsche began experimenting with turbo-charging technology on their racing cars during the late 1960s and in 1972 began development on a turbocharged version of the 911. Porsche originally needed to produce the car in order to comply with homologation regulations and had intended on marketing it as a street legal race vehicle like the 1973 Carrera 2.7 RS. Martini,, on the other hand, the iconic drinks company sponsored motorsport since 1968 and supported Porsche's 917 racing team in the early 1970's culminating in the inevitable link up with Porsche road cars during the 1970's. In an interview with Philip Raby in a 911 & Porsche World article on the Martini Turbo 2004, he recalls: "The driving experience is to be savoured, 911 Turbos are not about being civilised. As soon as it's clear, I floor the throttle and wait, and wait, and wait. You need a calendar to measure the turbo lag in this car, [but] once the single KKK turbocharger finally kicks in, the car flies urgently forward, propelled by the full might of the 300bhp engine behind my back". Delivered new in March 1979 by Gordon Ramsay Ltd of Newcastle upon Tyne, this 911 Turbo is presented in very good order throughout and sho
The 996 is the internal designation for the Porsche 911 model; it was manufactured and sold between 1998 and 2005. On its debut, the 996 featured the most significant changes to the Carrera model since its 1963 introduction, namely the water-cooled engine replacing the previously air-cooled unit. Progressively stringent noise regulations, environmental concerns, a higher expectation for refinement and a high-performance, four-valve-per-cylinder engine made the switch necessary. Other changes included a sleeker body with a more steeply raked windshield and a re-designed interior. The performance characteristics remained superb with reliability at its core. Porsche 911 Turbo have enjoyed somewhat of a meteoric rise over the past 24 months and justifiably so. With a 40% increase in the value of the 996 models last year, this example is expected to attract much attention. Finished in pearl white with a tan leather interior, the vendor describes the car as a 10/10 example than he imported from Japan last year. Having covered an average of just over 4,000 miles a year, a low mileage for a car famed for being a sports car for everyday use, this 911 was recently given a new MoT test certif
The Porsche 944 was built from 1982 to 1991 and was built on the same platform as the 924. The 944 was intended to last into the 1990s but major revisions planned for a 944 S3 model were eventually rolled into the 968 instead which replaced the 944. The 944 was a successful model and was available as both a coupé and cabriolet in naturally aspirated and turbocharged forms. In mid-1985, the Porsche 944 underwent significant changes. These included a new dashboard together with new door panels, embedded radio antenna as well as some mechanical changes. Also included was a larger fuel tank, optional heated and powered seats, Porsche Hi-Fi sound system and revisions in the mounting of the transaxle to reduce noise and vibration. The numbers built, reflecting the popularity of the model, made it one of the most successful cars in Porsche's history. Registered to a specialist in London, the penultimate keeper owned this good-looking car since 1996 until 2015. Presented in classic Porsche Guards Red with black Logo Linen sports seats, the overall condition is good, it has recently had a repaint and all brakes replaced including discs and pads all round. Not only that but it benefits from
The 356 Speedster has long occupied a small but perfectly formed slot in the Porsche hall of fame, particularly in America where it fused post-war Teutonic efficiency with Fifties glam Americana. It was Porsche's US importer who suggested the idea, a simple, no frills take on the then-current 356 model ideally suited to the sun kissed environment of California. To market the car at a more affordable price, Porsche stripped all unnecessary comforts from within, fitted bucket seats and gave it the bare minimum of weather protection. The result was not only a distinctive and hugely popular car, but also one that, thanks to its keen power to weight ratio, was often to be found in minor sports car races on the weekends. Jump forward a few decades and a more up to date version appeared using the next legendary model nomenclature. The 911 Speedster a low-roof version of the Cabriolet was produced in limited numbers (2,104) starting in January 1989 until July 1989 as both a narrow body car and a Turbo-look. Supplied new by Chariots of Kidlington, Oxford on 1st August 1989 as a genuine UK factory car, this Speedster is presented in exceptional condition having been lovingly cared for by its
Manufactured between 1965 and 1969, the Porsche 912 was very much the entry level Porsche sports car. Although, for some time, considered the poorer relation to the 911, the 912 is very much a serious sports car in its own right. With aerodynamic lines, low weight and an efficient engine the 912 demonstrated good performance, nimble handling and economy, resulting with initial production cars out selling the 911. This 912 on offer today has recently been imported from California. Its 1.6 flat four engine is stated to have been rebuilt on a 1967 cylinder block with Mahle and an electric fuel pump added to aid reliability. This 912 is superbly presented with gleaming Porsche silver coachwork, Fuchs wheels and an excellent soft grey interior that is finished off by a new set of carpets and a Nardi steering wheel. The front bumper has a replacement aerodynamic unit fitted but does not detract from the quality feel of this motor car. A large history file includes, the US Certificate of Title, an original owner's handbook, workshop manual, Porsche 912 repair and tune up guide, service receipts and invoices from 1976 to 2015. A NOVA certificate also accompanies the car and UK import dutie
The Porsche 911 GT3 RS 4.0 was launched in 2011 and was the final development of the track-inspired series of legendary 997 GT3 RS models. Only 600 examples were made and it was the last hurrah for the motorsport-derived Mezger flat-six that was bored out from 3.8 to 4.0 Litres, the largest displacement 911 engine ever. The normally aspirated power plant was crucially mated to a six-speed manual transmission and achieved 494bhp at 8,250rpm. The 4.0 RS is considered by many to be one of the greatest drivers' cars of all time and, according to EVO Magazine when the car was released, "It is the ultimate 911 and you could easily argue it's all the car you'll ever need. It will become an icon." This very special, lefthand drive, 4.0 Litre GT3 RS has covered just 2,980 kilometres from new. Supplied new to a prominent Kazakhstan politician in 2011 in Carrera White with grey and red decals, black leather and red alcantara inserts. The vehicle was then bought into Spain in 2015 where it has since been garaged and used sparingly. This beautiful example was ordered with the following factory specification: half factory cage (painted black), five-point harnesses, Porsche CDR30 radio, one-piece
In 1986 , Porsche finally offered the slantnose, called Flachbau in German, straight from the factory. The official designation in the UK was Turbo SE and it is also sometimes referred to as the Flatnose. Offered as the ultimate 930 Turbo, this model had an upgraded body and a 330bhp engine. Costing nearly double the standard model, the Flachbau was rarely ordered. Before 1986, Porsche had offered the Flachbau body option from its customer service department known as Sonderwunschen. These were handmade cars, not limited to just the Turbo, but the Carrera and Carrera SC as well. In the 1987 model year, these were put into production with the M505 code for USA for an astounding $23,244 extra and M506 for the rest of the world. Despite the panels being slightly heavier, they were modelled after the 935 race car for top speed. The conversion required extended rocker panels, wider rear flares with scooped vents and flip-up headlights up front with functional louvres. With a jump in horsepower, it's not surprising that the Flachbau was the fastest of all 930 models, reaching a factory claimed 171mph. Acceleration was rated by the factory at 0-100kph in 5.2 seconds. This excellent, very r
This SSE or Supersport was supplied by Porsche and was based around the Turbo model, it is revered as the ultimate development of the original 911 that first appeared in 1963 prior to being replaced by the more complicated 964 series. These final cars were the most flexible and usable of Butzi Porsche original design with the all-alloy, flat six engine which had been fuel injected since 1971. It received a final enlargement to 3164cc, giving an extremely torquey 231bhp, enough to propel the lithe and slippery coupé to over 150mph with 0-60mph coming up in 5.6 seconds. All 3.2 litre Carreras feature galvanised bodies which, together with Porsche legendary build quality, ensures that these classics are long-lasting. With this reportedly being one of just 34 righthand drive Coupés ever built, it is a rare beast and the quality of this example can immediately be seen upon inspection. This beautifully SSE presented in near perfect bronze coachwork with burgundy contrasting leather has been owned by its enthusiast owner for 20 years. In this time, the vendor has lavished the car with everything necessary to ensure it remains in the very best of condition. Despite being garaged for much o
The iconic 911 can trace its history back some 44 years; its family tree containing such memorable cars as the 911S, the 2.7 Carrera RS and the notorious Turbo. The landmark SC replaced all non-Turbo 911s, first being presented to the general public at the 1977 Frankfurt Motor Show. Featuring 7Jx16 Fuchs rear rims and flared wings, it was offered in either coupé or targa form. Power came from the three litre Carrera engine, detuned to 180bhp and a five-speed 915 transmission. This was still good enough to return a 0-60mph time of 6.4 seconds and would propel the car on to a maximum of 144mph. Do not be fooled by the odometer reading on any Porsche with the 2993cc engine; as with much Porsche engineering, these examples were built to last. Given that this example had the desired engine rebuild, you can safely think of this car as having covered half the distance, especially as the car recently had a full body restoration and re-trim which leaves this example looking as new and is described by the vendor as a 10 out of 10. Presented in gold with black leather and inserts, this car has a comprehensive service history with invoices from new. The original Porsche service book was fully
In 1992, Porsche produced a super-lightweight, rear wheel-drive only version of the 964 dubbed Carrera RS for the European market. It was based on Porsche's 911 'Carrera Cup' race car and harked back to the 2.7 and 3.0 RS and RSR models. It featured a revised version of the standard engine, titled M64/03 internally, with an increased power output of 260bhp and lightweight flywheel coupled to the G50/10 transmission with closer ratios, asymmetrical limited slip differential and steel syncromesh. A track-oriented suspension system with 40mm lower ride height, stiffer springs, shock absorbers and adjustable stabiliser bars without power steering was fitted. A stripped-out interior, devoid of power windows or seats, rear seats, air conditioning, cruise control, sound deadening or a stereo system (optionally fitted) and new racing-bucket front seats were also part of the package. The bonnet was made of aluminium, the chassis was seam welded and sound deadening was deleted. Wheels were made of magnesium and the glass was thinner in the doors and rear window. This fine example, finished in white with a contrasting black interior, boasts a full service history and the owner informs us that
Manufactured from July 1964, the Porsche 911 marked the end of the much loved 356. It was July 1965 before the 911 made it to the U.S. and customers immediately noticed the differences from its predecessor. In addition to being more modern and more powerful, it was also more expensive: nearly $2,000 more than the comparable 356 model. In Europe too, this was a problem and by April 1965 a 'transitional model' entered production. Essentially a 911 with a 356-type flat four, the new car, designated '912', was not only less expensive, selling at near-356 prices, but enjoyed more even weight distribution and better economy. The 912 won Car and Driver's 1967 'Readers Choice' Poll for its class. Its nimble handling combined with good reliability made it a popular choice for motorsport teams and a rally prepared 912 won its class in the 1967 European Rally Championship. From the start of production in 1965, the 912 was available with an electric sunroof, a rare option which is now making these particular cars sought after. This Porsche 912 has been owned by the current vendor for the last five years and the car has been improved significantly under his stewardship. The red coachwork is com
Since its introduction in 1963, the 911 has undergone continual development although the basic concept has remained little changed. In 1973, the Carrera name was re-introduced from the 356 Carrera which had itself been named after Porsche's class victories in the Carrera Panamericana races in Mexico in the 1950's. The RS was built so that Porsche could enter racing formula which demanded that a certain minimum number of production cars were made. The most notable advances in 1984 were the introduction of the 3.2-litre engine. With 231bhp on tap, the new 'boxer' motor endowed the Carrera with a level of performance approaching that of the original 911 Turbo of 1974; the bald statistics being a 0-60mph time of 5.3 seconds and a top speed of 152mph. The 3.2 Carrera, produced from 1984 to 1989, is regarded by many as the best of the air-cooled models thanks to its blend of classic good looks, scintillating performance and relatively low cost of ownership, all subsequent models being more complex machines that need deeper pockets to maintain. This 1984 Porsche 911 Carrera Sport Convertible, fitted with the 3.2 litre engine and five-speed gearbox, was first registered in September 1984.
On 29th August 1974, Louise Piëch, daughter of Ferdinand Porsche and the mother of Ferdinand Piëch, got a very special 70th birthday present, a Porsche 911 in silver metallic. What made this car special, not indistinguishable from a normal 911 at first sight, was the badge 'Carrera' at the rear. The body was standard and only the rear wing gave a hint at what was special under the body. In the tail was a 3.0 litre engine with a turbo charger. At that time, nobody imagined that the turbo would be what it is today. In 1986, Porsche finally offered the Flatnose, called 'Flachbau' in German, straight from the factory. The official designation in the UK was Turbo SE, also sometimes referred to as the Slantnose. Offered as the ultimate 930 Turbo, this model had an upgraded body and a 330bhp engine. Costing nearly double the standard model, the Flachbau was rarely ordered. Before 1986, Porsche had offered the Flachbau body option from its customer service department known as 'Sonderwunschen'. These were handmade cars, not limited to just the Turbo, but the Carrera and Carrera SC as well. Despite the panels being slightly heavier, they were modelled after the 935 race car for top speed. Th
The Porsche 928 was a sports-GT sold from 1978 to 1995 and originally intended to replace the iconic 911, the 928 attempted to combine the power, poise and handling of a sports car with the refinement, comfort and equipment of a luxury coupé creating, what some Porsche executives thought would be, a more appealing vehicle than the compact and quirky, yet sometimes difficult to handle, 911. Their subsequent popularity has proved correct with owners extolling the quality of the ride, performance and ease of ownership. This very striking example presented in Guards Red is one of the pre-S4 S2s, known as S2.5s, being fitted with the S4 larger brakes and four piston brake callipers. The suspension has revised settings, there are uprated shock absorbers, full leather interior and door crash beams. This 928 is highly optioned, apart from all the standard features of the 928 S2, it has impact absorbers front/rear, a seat-heating system, a limited slip differential, automatic transmission and a widening of the track gauge on the rear axle with 21mm spacers inserted. Sports shock absorbers (front/rear) are fitted with an additional amplifier fitted to the sound system and an electric sliding
The 996 is the internal designation for Porsche 911 model that were manufactured and sold between 1998 and 2005. On its debut, the 996 featured the most significant changes to the Carrera model since its 1963 introduction, namely the water-cooled engine replacing the previously air-cooled unit. Progressively stringent noise regulations, environmental concerns, a higher expectation for refinement and a high-performance made the switch necessary. Other changes included a sleeker body with a more steeply raked windshield and a re-designed interior. The performance characteristics remained superb with reliability at its core. This two-owner from new 911/996 Turbo is offered in metallic black with a grey leather interior and comes supplied with a comprehensive Porsche service history; it is the kind of car we all search the classifieds for. Originally owned by HH Shabib bin Taimur al Said of the Sultan of Oman's royal family, it was purchased by the vendor while working in Oman in 2007; the car was imported and registered X167 JCL in the UK. Originally fully serviced by the Porsche main dealer in Oman, it has been fully serviced and cared for by Porsche Guildford since its arrival in th
Porsche's 356 became a classic the day the first car left the production line and the ensuing years have only enhanced the legend. Continuous updates from the very earliest days of the model and gradual replacement of its early Volkswagen-based components with parts from Porsche manufacture saw to this. These detail changes came frequently but major change was only made when necessary and after due consideration of their effect to improve performance, ride, handling and the marque's enviable reputation of being able to produce sporting motor cars with competition-beating reliability. After a significant updating in 1955 with the 356A, the 356B was introduced in 1960, the firm's most significant evolution yet. Motivated in part by increasingly demanding safety regulations, the 356B had raised stronger bumpers and lifted headlights that noticeably altered the car's frontal appearance. Vent window in the doors and hinged rear windows enhanced interior ventilation. Up-rated Elfin brakes with cooling fins also benefited from air intakes below the headlights which channels cooling air to the front drums. This Porsche was imported from Oklahoma in 2013 by the vendor who immediately starte
Those more observant out there will have noticed the mileage recorded above: 302 miles. There is a good reason for this; Porsche themselves have restored every single nut and bolt on this car. The story begins in 2013 when Porsche GB set a challenge; they asked the UK main dealer network to go out and source a restoration project, spend a year (eight months in reality) restoring it, then present it at the Classic Car Show at the NEC, Birmingham in 2014. Porsche Brooklands found a decrepit 1988 911 3.2 litre Targa which they then pushed into their workshops. As with everything in this world, you get what you pay for and, with their reputation at stake, not to mention their own professional pride, they began the deconstruction process. Time and expense were pushed to the back as they then took those major components and separated them out into their constituent parts. In fact, every single item was separated, repaired, cleaned and polished. If not possible, correct Porsche parts were used in their place. It took an entire team of dedicated Porsche mechanics to create, what is arguably, the finest 911 Targa in the world. It has stood, pride of place, in the Brooklands showrooms since
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PORSCHE JUNIOR 111,SMALL DIESEL TRACTOR. Lovely,restored Porsche Junior 111,diesel tractor. A single cylinder,air cooled diesel engine,it has been restored to a very nice standard and comes with a grass cutter attached,so you can have it ready and waiting to head out to the field to cut the grass next spring! Turn to page two of Our Cars to see another Porsche tractor. More details and pictures soon.
This 1976 Porsche 912E is a very rare factory sunroof car. Black with red interior. It's a matching numbers car with only 108k original miles. This very solid, honest, and original example has been under the same ownership for the last 30 years. An excellent buy at just $29,500
This 1976 Porsche 912E Coupe is an extremely clean modified example. It's super clean all around and was just redone like new. Yellow with tan interior and many service records included. The car runs and drives fantastic and would be a very fun Porsche to own. Clearly lots of time and money invested in this one. An excellent buy for only $26,500
This fabulous Vaillent-sponsored Porsche 935 has a factory built (Dyno sheet to prove) 962 twin turbo, twin plug, flat fan that develops 806 horsepower, with torque to match. Built upon a 1976 Porsche Carrera 2.7 liter chassis by Ekkehard Zimmerman’s Design und Plastik Company in Cologne, Germany (he designed and built the bodywork of the 935K3), probably around 1985 (perhaps earlier), this DP935 was first of all driven by Jurgen Schorn and then by Jurgen Opperman. Both men used it in German 3-hour long distance races (Langstreckenrennen), mostly around the Nordschleife (the old 14 mile circuit at the Nurburgring) but sometimes at Hockenheim, and at Zolder in Belgium. The car notched up a great record, scoring fifteen overall victories, four second and three third places. Click on the link below to see the car in action with a lap around the Nordschleife by Jurgen Opperman: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBSVZ3vyvKo After this, Opperman sold the 935 to Willy Rabl, an Austrian who specialized in the long distance “Bergrennen” (Hillclimbs) in Europe. Rabl was sponsored by Vaillent, and so the car was repainted in their colors and Rabl won two European Hillclimb Championships with it.
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