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Scroll back to 1993, and a standard 964 turbo would have set you back the thick end of ?130,000, but a car built to the specification seen here would have been almost double that figure. Plus, in order to bag one, it helped if you replacing the rote, where jibes about 911s going arse-ways into ditches suddenly became a thing of the past. There would be no more dallying with the Grim Reaper, even if pilots couldn’t differentiate between braking and turning. As if that wasn’t enough, the 6-litre garage door remote 62lm flat-six packed 250bhp in standard form.
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