Nearly every Porsche that passes into our line of sight has an interesting story to tell, but among the German manufacturer’s endless variants and styles, there are few that can hold a candle to its race-oriented platforms. As one of the most attractive models we’ve seen of late, this 1995 993 RSR brings more than just an aesthetic presence to the table, boasting a storied history on the track.
The Porsche 993 RSR shown here was delivered new from the company’s German factory for use in the French 993 Cup. After its original debut, it would find an additional function through the country’s iconic Carrera-only circuit in 1998. A year later, the 993 would be acquired by its second owner, only to be sent to the renowned Porsche specialist, Marc De Siebenthal, immediately afterward — warranting a 100% correct RSR respec to compete in France’s GT championship. Throughout its history on the race track, the car would accumulate various accolades, before making its way to Switzerland to undergo an extensive overhaul by brand specialist, Ofzky. Since then, only 30 miles have been put on the RSR, which still retains its original gearbox and engine. Now, the rare 993 has been up for sale on KGC Automobiles’ website for a price of $394,000.