The Porsche 964, known as the internal codename for the Porsche 911, was produced and sold from 1989 to 1994. Designed by Benjamin Dimson and finalised in January 1986, this model introduced significant design changes, including more integrated bumpers compared to its predecessors. Notably, it was the first Porsche 911 to offer the Tiptronic automatic transmission and all-wheel drive as optional features. Among the 62,172 Porsche 964 models produced, less than 6% were Targa models, with just 3,534 in the earlier Carrera 2 version, making it a relatively rare find. This particular Porsche 964 was originally delivered in Japan and rolled off the Baden-Württember, Stuttgart production line on July 16, 1991. It boasts a strong service history from the Far East, documented up to 42,000 kilometers. After a journey overseas, the car returned to its home turf and was re-imported to Germany in 2009 by a specialized importer. In 2010, it was sold again, attaining the coveted Porsche Approved Used Car status after passing a thorough 111-point inspection. In 2011, it garnered attention in Germany’s prestigious Auto Bild Klassik magazine, confirming its esteemed status among enthusiasts. By 2014, with the odometer reading 88,908 kilometers, this Porsche 964 underwent a comprehensive €11,746 inspection at the Porsche Centre in Soest, northern Germany, ensuring that it remained in excellent condition. As of today, the car shows 93,0919 kilometers and is once again available on the market, complete with a new Porsche specialist inspection and German historical registration, assuring its continued pristine status.