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964 Celebration Restoration - Rise of The Silver Surfer

Cheers fellas👍
 
Good point first job on the list🙂
 
Well done sir, nothing wrong with a wide ass!
 
Jim currently in the good company of Fatboy and he's talking over giving the old girl some additional fettling :thumb:

The story of trying to negotiate with a German who has a celebration engine badge for sale is a cracker. Clearly the jonttt enumerator has been in play as he wont budge on a price that is near twice the price of buying through local OPC :floor:
 
Number 304 returns and was sold within 3 minutes by www.911virgin.com :)

964 30th Anniversary/Jubilee (1993) £99,995

https://911virgin.com/listings/964-30th-anniversary-jubilee-1993/

964 30 Jahre Anniversary/Jubilee Limited edition with factory widebody (option code 096). 1 of 911 units worldwide and 1 of 42 UK RHD examples. Most were finished in Viola Metallic, fewer in this colour of Polar Silver. Rubicon Grey full leather was a standard feature but this particular car was optioned with a special wishes Titan Black full leather interior. Limited edition number 304, originally supplied by Parker and Parker Ltd Kendal.

First registered 01/08/1993 – L registration. As with all genuine examples based on the Carrera 4 platform with turbo front wings and turbo rear quarter panels adding to the aesthetic. A well-known example and one we've supplied previously. Featured in various Porsche publications over the years and supplied with a Porsche Certificate of Production and the most detailed of invoice-supported service histories. A total of 30 services have been carried out in addition to an engine rebuild at 91,000 miles and a recent Bilstein B6 suspension refresh. For completeness maintenance has been performed at the following intervals/mileages :-

08/09/1993 at 1937 miles (Parker and Parker Ltd – Official Porsche Centre)
12/07/1994 at 12034 miles (Parker and Parker Ltd – Official Porsche Centre)
07/08/1995 at 24046 miles (Parker and Parker – Official Porsche Centre)
02/09/1996 at 34142 miles (Stratstones of Wilmslow – Porsche Cheshire)
15/01/1997 at 42762 miles (Evans Halshaw Little Aston – Official Porsche)
21/07/1997 at 54256 miles (Evans Halshaw – Official Porsche)
11/03/1998 at 65144 miles (Evans Halshaw – Official Porsche)
12/03/1999 at 79462 miles (Evans Halshaw – Official Porsche)
11/05/1999 at 80379 miles (Paragon)
25/11/1999 at 84425 miles (Paragon)
08/11/2001 at 86520 miles (Autofarm)
19/06/2002 at 90886 miles (Zest Performance)
05/08/2003 at 101415 miles (Northway Porsche)
27/09/2004 at 105532 miles (GT One Chertsey)
16/12/2005 at 110682 miles (Porsche Centre Bournemouth)
12/02/2007 at 114830 miles (Finlay Gorham)
23/04/2008 at 118301 miles (ProMAX Motorsport Ltd)
29/04/2009 at 120470 miles (ProMAX Motorsport)
17/08/2010 at 123235 miles (ProMAX Motorsport)
30/09/2011 at 123912 miles (BHP Cars Ltd)
20/03/2013 at 124430 miles (Performance Porsche)
15/07/2014 at 127034 miles (Performance Porsche)
06/05/2015 at 127526 miles (Performance Porsche)
05/04/2016 at 128122 miles (Performance Porsche)
09/05/2017 at 130821 miles (Performance Porsche)
31/03/2018 at 131350 miles (Performance Porsche)
08/02/2019 at 131777 miles (Pie Performance)
18/06/2020 at 131894 miles (Porsche Torque)
16/04/2021 at 132310 miles (911Virgin)

26/05/2023 at 132584 miles (911Virgin)
Service history is exhaustive, the condition is exceptional and the car drives without fault. Wheels, bodywork and interior all present in showroom condition. A rare and cherished 964 that caused quite a stir when it last came to market. Special is the word.

17inch Cup alloys with colour crested wheel centres
Wheels spacers
Rear wiper
Factory wide body
Special order Black Titan full extended leather
Climate Controlled air conditioning
Driver and passenger airbags
CDR-22 In dash CD player/tuner
4 way electric height adjustment to seats
fire extinguisher
electric windows
electric mirrors
ABS / power steering
Remote central locking and Thatcham Category 1 alarm/immobiliser
 

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Honestly if anyone has a good air-cooled and wants to sell speak to 911 Virgin. They sold my 964 C2 in less than 30 mins. Similar with my old 993 9m RS and 3.2 Carrera. All reference examples. Their sales team a machine.
 
That's the second if not the third time they have had it. Prices have flattened a bit as I think it was over £100k last time.

They've not mentioned the buyer will need a wheelbarrow or trailer to carry all the history files and records :worship: Bulletproof provenance from the start. I made a good one there 8)
 
Zingari said:
That's the second if not the third time they have had it. Prices have flattened a bit as I think it was over £100k last time.

They've not mentioned the buyer will need a wheelbarrow or trailer to carry all the history files and records :worship: Bulletproof provenance from the start. I made a good one there 8)

"25Bags certificate of authenticity"

it is a good 'em, you did well :thumb:
 
911VIRGIN sold my Mexico blue GT3RS virtually straight away- definitely a good place to start if you are selling a decent Porsche.
 
Here are a couple of pictures of 304 back when I owned her between 2007 and 2011.

I added a few bits to the file then, replacement cam etc.

As much as I love my current car (991.1 C2S) I have always regretted parting with the Jubi.

Its good to know she lives on and is in good hands.
 

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asfsol said:
Here are a couple of pictures of 304 back when I owned her between 2007 and 2011.

I added a few bits to the file then, replacement cam etc.

As much as I love my current car (991.1 C2S) I have always regretted parting with the Jubi.

Its good to know she lives on and is in good hands.

Andy, Small world! And indeed I have your original for sale advert in my old folder of receipt/invoice scans. You bought it from eporsch then? I bought it from the chap who bought it from you (possibly a trader working from home?) who didn't do a lot with it and leaving it outside in all weathers didn't help. :nooo:

If the new owner finds the car through here and needs copies of all the work and receipts etc then I think I've got most of it, but I should think the sale of the car will be accompanied by several weighty volumes akin to the Encyclopaedia Brittanica :oops:

They were a lot cheaper back then when 25 bags was my limit for air cooled and your buyer ultimately made a loss :what:
 

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Actually, I bought it from Finlay Gorham and sold it for pretty much what I paid after 4 years of enjoyment.

With all of the work that you did on it, I would have bought it back for the price it just went for at 911Virgin, euro millions payout permitting. :lol:
 

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