This is the ultimate version of Porsche's last air-cooled 911, the 993. The 911 GT2 took the 911 Turbo and removed the all-wheel-drive system, rear seats, and a host of other unnecessary items, Porsche trimmed the car by more than 500 pounds. Making 430 horsepower 457 ft-lb of torque from its twin-turbo flat-six in street trim, the GT2 used a new six-speed transaxle and an asymmetrical limited-slip differential to get the power to the ground. Only 194 street-going GT2's were made, and the one pictured here came with air-conditioning, electric windows, and front airbags from the factory, painted Polar Silver over a black and grey interior. The car has covered just over 18,000 miles since new and is completely unmodified, in the exact condition it left the factory. This is an extremely rare opportunity to own the pinnacle of the air-cooled 911.
Photos: Jeremy Cliff