Porsche Centre Hatfield recently had the pleasure of welcoming Porsche race legend and Le Mans winner, Jürgen Barth, to the Centre to talk about his history with a very special Porsche.
The 964 Carrera RS NGT Prototype was commissioned by Porsche AG and built back in July 1990 by Jürgen himself, who was in charge of Porsche Race Projects and special commission builds for Porsche. The Porsche was 1 of 11 Prototypes built by Jürgen and is 1 of 2 known to still exist, with the other based in the Porsche Museum Stuttgart.
The 911 Carrera RS NGT has recently undergone a 5-year restoration using all Porsche Classic Parts and its current owner Desmond Sturdee reached out to Jürgen for a special reunion. Enjoy our film of the reunion above.
This 964 Carrera RS NGT Prototype is now available from Porsche Centre Hatfield. Please contact our Sales Manager, Paul Fox on 01707 861 429 or email email@example.com for all enquiries and more information.
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