9,700km. Now roll up your tongue. When it comes to rare modern classic Porsches randomly surfacing on civilian classifieds, it doesn’t get any cooler than this.
Feast your eyes on this fine example of a 1993 Porsche 911 Turbo ‘Bad Boys’ Edition, delivered brand new to the Sultan of Brunei himself during its debut – and now it’s on sale in Australia as a single royalty owner car.
The stunning factory right-hand drive vehicle is currently listed from Victoria for a staggering AU$649,990, a price that puts it in the ballpark of some of today’s most coveted supercars.
Why so special?
The very low kilometres for one, but also for the fact that this is a truly special and rare 1993 Porsche 964 3.6L Turbo Coupe that is highly sought after amongst Porsche collectors from around the world today with just 1,437 examples built.
This is further bolstered by the immaculate and original unmodified condition of the vehicle as depicted from the images.
The Sultan of Brunei’s former 911 is completely optioned out and finished in a striking Guards Red and paired to a black leather cabin with contrast red piping throughout for a true 90s aesthetic.
There’s an electric factory sunroof, a factory Sony CD stacker and factory 18″ Speedline alloy wheels just to name a few.
If you’re looking for a genuine Turbo 3.6L which is the last of the series, this is the one for you. The hard part is deciding which limb you’d like to slice and sell.
You can view the car ad on Carsales now while it lasts.
Or you can view an even cooler ad from Michael Bay’s Bad Boys here…