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Our favourite car - the Porsche 993 C2S

Obviously at Ecurie 137 we love cars. Of all the classic and supercars we particularly love Porsches. But one specific Porsche is our absolute favourite – the 993 C2S.

The Porsche 993 is the last of the air-cooled 911s and in our opinion the standout car in the 911’s illustrious 50-year history. It replaced the 964 and included significant mechanical and bodywork improvements. The biggest change was the new all alloy multi-link rear suspension attached to an alloy sub-frame, which reduced the well-documented over-steering, improved the handling and boosted the driving experience. Design for this model was the basic 964 body shell with more flared wheel arches, smoother bumpers and an enlarged, retractable rear wing. It’s a beautifully built car with a remarkable engine and outstanding looks.

The C2S model is particularly special. Its lowered suspension and wider body give it a fantastic appearance while the lively steering, rear-wheel drive and superb handling makes for a truly authentic Porsche driving experience. As one of the rarest and most sought-after models it is also one of the most valuable but for us that’s not the most important thing. We love it because it’s a beautiful car delivering an old school feel with a modern driving experience. And it sounds awesome.

Posted under Blog Sat, 3rd Mar 2018

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