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1994 Porsche 993 Carrera 2 Manual | SOLD

The 993 model is famously the last of the air-cooled 911s and was redesigned from the ground up, only borrowing 20% of its parts from the previous generation. Significant technical advances, including a new light-alloy subframe with a coil and wishbone suspension, an all new engine and newly standard 6 speed transmission, made significant progress in creating a more civilized car and a greatly improved driving experience.

Designed by Tony Hatter, the 993 retained the classic 911 shape but featured updated exterior panels, significantly flared wheel arches, and a smoother front and rear bumper design. The aggressive stance of the wide-style body accommodated the new multi-link rear suspension which gave the car better stability. Newly improved handling made the car more planted and helped to reduce oversteer in cornering as well as improving ride quality and reducing interior noise. The acclaimed rear design sacrificed top speeds for better handling making it the perfect weekend partner to tackle the narrow, winding country roads. Simply put, the new design and technical improvements meant the 993 generation Porsche hit the sweet spot between usability and fun.

The 993 generation of the 911 is often referred to as the best and most desirable of the 911 series, not only because of its beauty, but also because its performance is very good, even by modern standards, and the 993 was the last complete 'modern classic'. The 993 is elegance and muscle all in one package.

Year: 1994

Body: 2 Doors

Exterior: Guards Red

Interior: Black

Driver's Sider: RHD

Transmission: Manual

Indicated Mileage: 59,600 KM (Indicated)

Location: Hong Kong

Registration: Hong Kong Registered with only 2 previous owners


We are delighted to offer this Original Hong Kong dealer delivered 1994 original factory Six Speed Manual Porsche 993 Carrera 2. Only 2 previous owners from new, current keeper bought the car in 2004, fully serviced by GEMBALLA ever since. Now with 59,600 KM indicated on odometer and Road Taxed till Jan 2023. The car comes with a host of modifications aimed to lose weight and improve performance. Modification includes the suspension (KW Sport), brakes (993 Turbo Front), final drive ratio (8:32), sport clutch and wheels (Magnesium Champion Racing 18"). For weight saving, front fenders, front hood, doors were replaced with genuine carbon fiber panels and sunroof was deleted too. Inside, Porsche 930 black leather seats with big side boltster were used but the rear seats were removed and 993 RS lightweight rear carpet and door panel installed. RS rear wing and front splitters added.

This example is ready to enter a new stable. Available for viewing by appointment for serious interest only.


  • A rare factory manual 993 C2 Coupe

  • Relatively low mileage and low number of ownership

  • Modified and cared for by GEMBALLA Hong Kong

Classic Insider condition score: 80 points out of 100


Modified. Original body colour was Arctic Silver. Now wearing lightweight carbon fibre hood, front fenders and doors with Guards Red Paint in good condition. Well-kept and consistently maintained. Service records from 2007 are presented. Overall it is in used but good condition. The magnesium made wheels has some deterioration areas spotted and shod with relatively fresh tires. The interior was restored. A pair of Porsche 930 black leather seats were installed along with 993 RS lightweight door cards, rear seats deleted with 993 RS carpet installed.

Available Exclusively at Classic Insider. For more info, please contact:

Kenneth Wong


Telephone Or Whatsapp: +852 9013 2536


2007 March GEMBALLA (258,000 HKD) 
2008 March GEMBALLA (18,800 HKD)
2008 July GEMBALLA (72,000 HKD)
2009 March GEMBALLA (11,600 HKD)
2009 Aug GEMBALLA (18,500 HKD)
2011 Aug GEMBALLA (27,500 HKD)
2012 Jan GEMBALLA (5,600 HKD)
2012 Aug GEMBALLA (18,000 HKD)
2012 Dec GEMBALLA (20,000 HKD)
2013 May GEMBALLA (10,000 HKD)
2014 Feb GEMBALLA (18,000 HKD)
2014 Jun GEMBALLA (5,000 HKD)
2014 Nov GEMBALLA (7,000 HKD)
2015 April GEMBALLA (15,000 HKD)
2015 Sep GEMBALLA (14,000 HKD)
2015 Oct GEMBALLA (40,000 HKD)
2017 Sep GEMBALLA (190,000 HKD)
2017 Dec GEMBALLA (26,000 HKD)

*Available history and maintenance file upon request*


An instant classic, the 993 generation of the Porsche 911 is now highly sought after. As the last of the air-cooled 911s, they are the most developed of the original formula that first appeared in 1963. The layout of the instruments, the sheetmetal of the door, and the entire greenhouse is fundamentally unchanged from the original 911, and these cars have a feeling of solidity and craftsmanship that was not only missing from the 996 generation that replaced the 993, but is missing from almost every car made in the last 20 years.

Yet despite this old-world craftsmanship and the occasional sign that the fundamental architecture dates back to the 1960s, the 993 is impressively modern, even 25 years after its introduction. The sophisticated multilink rear suspension and massive rear tires make the rear placement of the engine a non-issue, while the twin plug 3.6 liter flat-6 is a torquey high-performance unit that is both tractable and full of character. The brakes, always a Porsche strong suit, are superb, and the gearbox is Porsche's robust 6-speed G50 unit. Sophisticated and high performing but also capturing the essence of the original 911, the 993 is the best of both worlds. 993s are true classics that can be driven and enjoyed daily in modern traffic.

The 993 was available in a variety of forms, with naturally-aspirated and turbocharged engines, rear and four wheel drive, tiptronic or manual transmissions, wide and narrow bodies, and in open and closed forms. The 993 was available in a variety of forms, with naturally-aspirated and turbocharged engines, rear and four wheel drive, wide and narrow bodies, and in open and closed forms.


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