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Porsche 968 Clubsport (M220 LSD option)

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  • Body Type: Coupe
  • 65,678 Km
  • Year Built: 1993
  • Engine Size: 3.0L
  • Trans: Manual
  • Ext color: Speed Yellow
  • Int color: Black

The 968 Club Sport was introduced in late 1992 with the first German cars being registered in October of that year.

A large number of options were available at the time of launch and cars featuring the factory M030 and LSD option (M220) were very rare across all the markets. Many cars now exist with both these options retro fitted but original factory cars are uncommon.

The declared weight of the 968 CS is 1320 kg, ~100 kg lighter than the regular 968. Acceleration from standstill to 100 km/h (62 mph) is 6.3 seconds and a top speed is 260 km/h (160 mph)

This particular example with 6-speed manual gearbox and the option M220 LSD Limited Slip Differential with 40% lock was built in December 1992, MY 1993 (C05, France). Finished in “Speed Yellow” showing 65,678 km on the odometer, this car has been well looked after and maintained.

Porsche Option Codes:
197   Stronger battery
220   LSD Limited Slip Differential with 40% lock
573    Air conditioner

124   Version for France
126   Control and indications in French
151   No engine compartment linings (CS)
211   Licence plate space Europe and RoW (Rest of World)
231   Internal production code related to tyres
341   Central locking system
384   Cloth bucket seat, left
385   Cloth bucket seat, right
403   17″ 964 Cup-look wheels, front 7.5″, rear 9″
419   Luggage compartment instead of rear seats
455   Wheel locks
465   Rear foglamp, left
480   Manual gearbox, 6-speed
533   Alarm
564   Without airbags
595   Rear spoiler painted in body color
605   Headlight levelling system
657   Power assisted steering
990   Cloth seats

In reality, for road driving there is only a small difference between a Club Sport in lightweight trim or one with some optional extras. If you are after a track car, a Club Sport with only the M030 and M220 options is probably the best car, as the difference in handling will be felt on the track.

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