build date: 27 November 1991
registration date: 3 December 1991
chassis number: WP0ZZZ96ZNS499032
original colour: Rubystone Red (G4G4)
engine number: 62N81093 / M64/03
transmission number:2002580 / G5010
- a most attractive 964 RS in the popular RS paint option of Rubystone
- one of just 290 Clubsport variants produced
- only 67,900 documented kilometres from new (42,000 miles)
- four owners from new, the first three of whom worked for Porsche
- full Official Porsche Centre service history
The 964 RS is rightly respected by enthusiasts as one of the purest road cars that Porsche ever made.
It was actually the product of expediency with the company spotting an opportunity to capitalise on the success of the 964 Cup car that it had produced from 1991 for the Formula One support race, the Supercup.
Just 2,282 roadgoing 964 RS were produced (in 3.6 litre form) and, of these, only 290 were the Clubsport version (also known as the N/GT). This makes this model nearly as rare as the racing Cup car (270 produced).
Initially supplied to the German market, this smart car was purchased by the current owner in December 2010, at which time it was displaying 65,500 kilometres.
The car has its original numbers matching engine and transmission and is presented in completely standard form. It was fitted new with the Clubsport interior and with the option of Racing Safety Equipment. It has subsequently been fitted with Porsche air ducts in the front bumper and an original Porsche immobiliser.
The car has a history that is unusual for one of these cars, with few owners and a close association with Porsche from new.
car specification and condition
The service book for the car records careful ownership by each custodian, with stamps from Official Porsche Centres from August 1992 until March 2016. The car was most recently serviced by Tuthill Porsche, in October 2019.
Not every invoice is on file, especially from its early life, however there are documents relating back to Mrs Siegel’s ownership as well as substantial bills from the world-famous Manthey Racing team to Mr Grosbusch.