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Porsche 964 Carrera Cup Car

Just 45 Porsche 964 Carrera Cup Cars were built in 1992 for a US-based, one-make race series that unfortunately never happened. The cars were originally denied entry into the US as race cars, so Porsche had Andial convert them all back to street cars and included a box of race-spec parts (including the rollcage and fire suppression system) for the new owners to install. The cars were then sold through normal Porsche dealerships, although not every car was used as intended. Just think, there may be a few low-optioned 1992 Porsche 964s out there with seam-welded chassis, lightweight windows, extra-stiff suspension, and a little power boost that have spent their whole life on the street…

Not this car, though. It’s been raced on and off almost its entire life with nearly all of its 24,000 miles spent going around a race track. That’s not to say there aren’t a handful of spirited street miles on it too when it just couldn’t quite fit on the trailer.

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