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1990 Porsche 964 Carrera 4

Laurent Auxietre

1990 Porsche 964 Carrera 4
Laurent Auxietre
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24-0422011

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Desirably finished in Baltic blue with Pinstripe cloth interior

 

Supplied new to the Italian market

 

Retains all its original books and tools

 

Outstanding condition throughout

 

European registration

Description

Bowing in late 1988 for the ’89 model year, the 911 Carrera 4 looked much like the most recent 911, barring smoother bumpers and side sills. The outer shell may have deceived more than usual, as the new 911 has been suggested to be a direct descendant of the unforgettable and quite remarkable twin-turbocharged 959. The 964 “C4” was termed by at least one commentator as the “people’s 959.” Part of the new-for-1989 K Series program, the Type 964 Carrera 4 was presented with all-wheel drive, four-wheel ABS disc brakes, coil spring suspension, and numerous aerodynamic improvements which ushered in the next generation of the 911. Although Porsche continued with the distinctive body design, about 85 percent of the 964’s parts were new. The new 964 generation was the most slippery air-cooled production 911 yet built.
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