This Ugly interior 993 is for sale for a record price.
This Mcdonalds spec interior Porsche 993 turbo s is for sale in Canada and used to be owned by the sixth Prime Minister of Kuwait.
There are cars whose design is controversial, but the porsche 911 does not belong to them. Hardly anyone finds the Porsche 911 ugly. And so a Porsche 911 Turbo S of the 993 series 1998 currently on offer in Canada will make the hearts of many enthusiasts beat faster. At least, as long as you don't open the doors.
Anyone who gets into the car without sunglasses will be quite shocked. The cotton candy-colored dashboard almost literally hurts your eyes. Not only are the seats upholstered in bright orange and yellow leather, the door panels, dashboard and headliner also contribute to the color explosion. Even the instruments, steering wheel, rear-view mirror and gear lever hurt your eyes. The only optical resting point in this Porsche is the black radio, which apparently was not available in yellow or orange.
The car was ordered in these colors by Sheikh Nasser Al-Mohammed Al-Sabah, the sixth Prime Minister of Kuwait. As Pfaff Reserve in Toronto reveals, the sports car was fully restored from 2010 by Porsche Classic in Germany for an almost unbelievable €446,500. Anyone who thinks that this Porsche 911 Turbo S is cheap because of the hysterical interior is unfortunately wrong. The dealer would like to have $888,888 for it. A standard 993 Turbo S costs on average around $200,000.