1998 Porsche 911 ‘Project Gold’ Turbo 993

Aug 27, 2018

Category: Rides

Just over two decades ago Porsche discontinued the production of the 993 911 Turbo S. Upsetting we know, but now Porsche Classic just built a one-of-a-kind collector’s build — the very last air-cooled 993 911 Turbo S. Ever.

Based on the original bodyshell of the 993-generation ride, “Project Gold” as the build is dubbed, features an exterior Golden Yellow Metallic paint job, sleek black wheels complete with Golden Yellow details, and an interior trim finished with the similar accents as well. Under the hood is a brand new 3.6-liter twin-turbo flat-six engine with 450 horses at its disposal. Also, iconic side air intakes — characteristic of the 993 Turbo S — also help the beauty breathe on the track (she isn’t street legal) while all proceeds from the highly anticipated auction this October — where it’s slated to be sold — will be donated to the Ferry Porsche Foundation.

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