Porsche 911 Turbo 993 ’95
|Kilometer||71 600 km|
|Cubic Capacity||3600 cm3|
|Sell price||129 000,00 €|
- Central Locking
- Keyless Entry
- Rain Sensor
- Electric Side Mirrors
- Electric Windows
- Alloy Wheels
- Air Conditioning
- On Board Computer
- Traction Control
- CD Player
- Full Leather
- Xenon Headlights
- Sport Seats
- Fog Lamps
- Cruise Control
- Power Assisted Steering
Porsche 911 Turbo 993 series, 1995 production year
Incredibly low original kilometers: just 71.100!!!
Last generation of original air-cooled Porsche in a mint condition – great opportunity to buy a classic car with guaranteed value growth.
More information about this car via phone or e-mail
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IMPORTANT: Collectible vehicles from Japan are left-hand drive and use metric units – you can drive them just like any european car!!!
Full books documentation since first registration.
Why should you buy a car imported from Japan?
First of all for Japanese people owning a car with a steering wheel on a “wrong” side is a symptom of luxury and prestige.
Secondly – they just love their cars and are pedantic about keeping them in a mint condition.
Thirdly – driving a left-hand drive car on japanese streets is uncomfortable. This results in a very low mileage, since the cars are usually driven only at car shows and on short weekend rides.
Last but not least – for a Japanese owner it’s a matter of honor to service, maintain and sell the car properly!
That’s why KIMBEX Dream Cars prefer to offer you cars imported from Japan than US market vehicles with imperial units gauges, side marker lights and usually bad history of maintainance resulting in various difficulties for user. Vehicles imported from Japan look exactly the same as european cars but are in much better shape.
Come, see, negotiate, buy and enjoy your life! 🙂
All of my cars are well maintained and usually their mileage is documented.
Cars sold in KIMBEX Dream Cars are my private property.
I consider an exchange, settlements for another interesting cars – more or less expensive.
I buy rare, interesting cars for cash.