1992 Porsche 911

RS N/GT Coupe
$149.3M worth of cars at RM Sotheby's Monterey
Thursday, 12 August - Saturday, 14 August 2021
Sale Price
$325,000 - $400,000
Est. Range
14 August 2021
Sold Date
Lot Number
Unrestored original
RM Sotheby's
Auction House
Chassis no. WP0ZZZ96ZNS499281; Engine no. 62N82601. Amethyst Metallic over black, purple, and light purple leather. 3600//260hp, 5-speed, red calipers, cross-drilled rotors, roll cage, Schroth harnesses.

Evaluation: M003 racing package. One of 20 N/GTs, each finished in a different colors, specially built to run in a one-make GT race series in Macau, China. The deal fell apart before the cars were delivered, and Porsche eventually sold all 20 to a dealership in Japan. This one has three owners from new. Showing 71,112 km. Several chips in the nose but the finish is holding up well. The wheels are a little dirty. Lightly worn leather but the interior mostly looks great. Minor crack on the taillight lens. It’s used, but the neat color and extremely rare specs should get any Porsche fan excited.

Bottom Line: The “Macau Cars” as they are known may just be a footnote in the 911 history books, but competition specs and rare, interesting colors are the kind of thing that Porsche collectors live for. Despite this one’s significant use it sold very well and for fare more than a regular 964 Carrera RS in this condition would bring.

by Andrew Newton
31 August 2021
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