15 Examples Built in Mid-90s
Since 1952, Porsche has boasted an open-air driving experience in tandem with a sleek design – something that has become entrenched in its physical DNA. Jump ahead to 1994 – and the passionate Porsche admirers were blessed with just one-thousand-nine-hundred-and-thirty-six limited edition Speedster models, based off the 964 Carrera 2 body type. An extraordinarily rare model from this series, 1 of simply fifteen ever created, is soon going up for auction.
Presented in Mystic Maritime Blue and boasting a bespoke black and blue leather cabin, behold the highly sought-after Mega Speedster created by acclaimed aftermarket specialist Vittorio Strosek. Its rarity is not simply attributed to its exclusive colorating, but also its distinctive Strosek-made widebody structure, complemented with poly-ellipsoid headlights.
Hidden beneath the bonnet lies a 3.6-liter, six-cylinder Boxer unit ferried by a five-speed manual gearbox. However, more than just raw vigor, this Speedster also enjoys increases in ride quality generated by the Strosek upgraded suspension and 17-inch OZ wheels.
Step through the entryway and you’ll be welcomed by factory Recaro bucket seats, finished in a unique combination of black and Maritime Blue. This luxurious interior has all the modern accessories, such as air-conditioning, a Sony Bluetooth audio system, plus a Strosek tachometer. Additionally, the current odometer displays only 5,907 miles.
Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity courtesy of Porsche and a clean CarFax report, this highly rare Strosek Mega Speedster secures its location in the Porsche Registry, proving its respected heritage. It will be auctioned off through Mecum’s Kissimmee sale in 2024 with an estimated worth varying from $300,000 to $350,000.
Source: Mecum Auctions