1995 Porsche 993 GT2
This 1995 Porsche 911 racecar was modified in period to GT2-specification by AASCO Motor Racing of Anaheim, CA, utilizing factory components purchased from Porsche Motorsport. The car was driven by Martin Snow in IMSA competition in 1996 and 1997, including the 24 Hours of Daytona and 12 Hours of Sebring, where it finished on the podium in class in 1996. The car retains its 1990s racing livery and is equipped with carbon fiber body panels, air jacks, a full roll cage, a fire-suppression system, and more.
• Twin-turbocharged 3.6-Liter Flat-Six
• JRZ Shocks
• GT2 Suspension
• 16 hours on engine and gearbox since rebuild by Bob Holocombe
• Spares included in the sale consist of an unpainted front bumper and a set of wheels.
• 2/3/96: Entered in the 24 Hours of Daytona by Martin Snow, 66th overall, 27th in class
• 3/17/96: Entered in the 12 Hours of Sebring by Martin Snow, 8th overall, 3rd in class
• 2/1/97: Entered in the 24 Hours of Daytona by Martin Snow, 25th overall, 5th in class
• 3/15/97: Entered in the 12 Hours of Sebring by Martin Snow, 12th overall, 4th in class
One of the last built racecars to compete professionally. With the arrival of the 996, most championships were highly regulated and only factory built cars could compete. Dennis Aase built this car and utilized every trick in the book. The prior owner reported 772hp at 1.2bar, but we did not receive any dyno sheets.
It was purchased by the seller in 2017 and subsequently received a mechanical refurbishment by Alex Job Racing in 2018. It’s now offered on a bill of sale in Florida with a manufacturer’s statement of origin, spare parts, recent service records, and literature chronicling the recent work.
The perfect car for an entry into 2023 Rennsport Reunion, and can be used for Masters Series events, HSR and SVRA.