Christmas has come early at leading London classic car retailer, Hexagon Classics, with the arrival of a very rare Porsche ‘993’ RS Clubsport. The immaculately presented 1995 model year car represents one of the most focused versions of perhaps the most desirable 911 of the last 20 years.
Not only does it feature an engine bored out to 3.8 liters – producing 300hp – but comforts such as rear seats, carpets, radio and power windows were removed to save weight. In their place were large aerodynamic wings, a welded roll cage and special racing seats, creating a roadgoing 911 bearing a striking resemblance to those normally found on a race track.
Finished in Speed Yellow with three-piece 18-inch ‘Speedline’ aluminium wheels this 1995 34,700-mile left-hand drive Clubsport features completely unblemished bodywork and a pristine black leather interior. The Speed Yellow theme continues into the interior, with the painted roll cage and matching seatbacks. For added comfort, air-conditioning and a radio were fitted, despite being deleted as standard.
Only 227 993 RS Clubsports were produced globally – Porsche made 1,014 examples of the 993 RS in total – and the Hexagon Classics example stands out as one of the finest. A much sought-after model produced for the German market, Hexagon Classics’ Clubsport has a full service history and will be sold with a fresh MoT and a 12-month warranty.
Priced at £399,995 ($491,113 USD), the 911 ‘993’ RS Clubsport is available to view now at Hexagon Classics’ flagship showroom in north London.