YOU KNOW YOU WANT TO: 964 TURBO
Modern 911s too safe and boring? Fear not, Harris has found one that'll scare you silly
By 1994, the 911 bodyshell was nearly a quarter of a century old, but the 3.6 looked so damn good that the producers of the film Bad Boys chose one for Will Smith to roar about Miami. I watched it again the other night, and I think I reached the slightly shameful conclusion that the 3.6 is one of the few cars I could buy on looks alone. This being the case because it wasn't much cop to drive.
Massive understeer gave way to shocking oversteer, it had tragic turbo lag and the airbag weighed so much you could feel the inertia in the steering column. But when it was on full-boost, and you'd been brave enough to hoon through the front-axle push, it was one hell of a challenge.
Any car vendor with the word joker in its name clearly requires further investigation but if this car stacks up, it will be good news in the long term.
PORSCHE 911 Turbo 3.6 (964)
Price: 109,964 euros
Why you should: A proper, scary 911 Turbo and an appreciating asset...
Why you shouldn't: ...so long as you don't bin it
See the original advert here.