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    1993 Porsche 911 Euro. Wide Body 30th Anniv. Jubi Edition #219

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    Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale January 27th – 31st, 2016 at Russo and Steele’s 16th Annual Scottsdale Arizona Auction. Please contact us for more information.

    1993 was a special year for Porsche. It marked 30 years of production of its beloved 911. When introduced in 1963, the 911 began a love affair with the global motoring community that still exists today. Perhaps no other manufacturer on the planet has captivated an audience over such an extended amount of time as Porsche has with its 911. The design is timeless, the feel is like no other and the driver satisfaction is unprecedented. Over time, Porsche has launched limited production special editions to celebrate its milestones. The silver anniversary, the club sport, the speedsters, American Roadster and RS America are among the most notable. More elusive in the Americas, the Jahre or Jubilee Edition consists of just nine hundred and eleven “Rest of World” units worldwide celebrating 30 years of Porsche’s 911. It is important to note that the Jubilee was not distributed in the North American market. There were a limited amount of exterior colors, Viola, Polar Silver and Amethyst. The Jubilee had a very high specification with full leather interior, all-wheel drive, airbags and air conditioning. Every example was built as a wide bodied coupe and each had a uniquely numbered plaque on the rear parcel shelf to indicate its place in the series of 911.
    Although it is very difficult to completely authenticate “Rest of World” Porsches, this 1993 Porsche 964 Carrera 4 is number 219 of the run of intended run of nine hundred and eleven Jubi Edition units. The car is finished in its signature Viola-Metallic over a one off Lobster leather interior with carbon fiber accents. Its Jubi standard specific equipment includes: “turbo look”, all-wheel drive, 17 inch Cup 1 design wheels 7 front 9 rear, auto spoiler, titanium colored shifter center, and its signature backwards embossed signature titanium colored limiting plaque positioned as such that every time the driver looks at the rearview mirror, he or she is reminded the they are at the wheel of a very special car. On top of the standard equipment, the car is also equipped with optional Automatic Speed Control, Electric Sunroof, full power seats, trip computer and Automatic Air Conditioning. Odometer reads 83,814 Kilometers since new. Vehicle records indicate that the vehicle made its way to the United States aboard the Vessel: Zim Shanghai, 46/W in February 2014 at the Port of import in Oakland California. Since, the car remained in California until our recent acquisition. Since, the car has been driven approximately 2000 kilometers and has received over 10000.00 dollars in service work. Recent service includes: Full inspection, new steering rack, new tires, oil service, oil pressure sending unit, air filter, seat switch and some other knick knack repairs. Cosmetically the car is features excellent paint throughout and the Custom Leather Lobster interior is remains excellent as well and is fitting. Mechanically, out test drive revealed a spirited 964 Carrera 4 Wide Body Coupe that drove, handled and braked as one would inspect.
    It is no secret that the Porsche market is on fire and the special edition cars lead the way in desirability, collectability and value. The Jahre or Jubilee Edition with only 911 Units built it is one the rarest 964 road legal units built. For this reason, these cars have global demand and desirability. Values continue to climb and recent sales on the international market have topped $225,000 dollars. A car offered in the US is nearly unheard of until now. Do not miss this opportunity of acquire one of the most desirable body styles of air-cooled 911 in its most elusive livery. The car is documented with all importation paperwork and recent services.



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