Porsche 968
£30,995
Porsche 968 Sport
Manual
transmission
Reg: L179LTF
registration
2994cc Engine
engine size
111,700 Miles
mileage
Coupe
body style
Petrol
fuel type
2 Doors
doors
Red
colour
1994
year
£30,995
price
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Porsche 968 Porsche 968 Sport for £30,995

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Key facts:• 111,700 miles• Just 2 owners• Guards Red PaintProduced between 1992 and 1995, the 968 was originally intended to be a further development to the Porsche 944 called the 'S3' however, when engineers and executives at Porsche realised that almost 80% of the car’s mechanical components were either modified or completely replaced, it became apparent that a new variant model should be introduced and the 968 was born. This is a two owner, exceptionally well maintained example of a desirable performance orientated Porsche 968 Clubsport, featuring the rare Luxury Pack option. Produced for only two years, this stripped back 'no frills' version of the 968 was created to appeal to the track day or performance drivers. The Clubsport was released in a choice of only six colours (Grand Prix White, Black, Speed Yellow, Guards Red, Riviera Blue and Maritime Blue.) and, along with some suspension revisions, Porsche managed to make the car lighter by removing any unnecessary luxury equipment from the standard model. Items such as rear seats, electric windows or seats were no longer standard, they also reduced sound deadening material, airbags, battery size and general wiring. All in all, Porsche apparently managed to remove 100kg over the standard 968, allowing the car to accelerate from 0-60 in almost 6.3 seconds which is sporty even by today’s standards. In 1993, the 968 Clubsport won Autocar & Motoring magazine’s 'Best Car' award and research suggests that only