1995 Porsche 911

Turbo Cabriolet
RM Open Roads February 2021
Friday, 19 February - Sunday, 28 February 2021
CHF704,000 ($774,400)
Sale Price
CHF775,000 - CHF875,000
Est. Range
28 February 2021
Sold Date
Lot Number
Unrestored original
RM Sotheby's
Auction House
Chassis no. WP0ZZZ99ZSS338509. Black with maroon top over black. 3.6-liter M64 engine, RUF gearbox with no clutch pedal, car phone, carbon fiber steering wheel, dash, shifter, handbrake, and door cards.

Evaluation: Located in Switzerland. Represented as one of just fourteen 993 Turbo Cabriolets built and represented as special ordered by Willi Weber, Michael Schumacher’s manager. Special features include ample carbon-fiber trim and the RUF-sourced gearbox sans clutch pedal.

No major flaws in the paint, but it does show some age. Scuff on the outer driver’s seat bolster and light wear on some interior surfaces, but nothing out of the ordinary for a 26-year-old car showing 33,475 km (20,800 mi).

Bottom Line: This is a massive price for any 993, but Porsche collectors prove time and time again that special order features can add up to serious coin, and this car’s rare body style is an added draw. RM Sotheby’s sold it in 2018 for €680,000 ($835,108 at the time, this result is €640,400 all-in), which backs up this result in 2021.

by Andrew Newton
4 March 2021
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