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1994 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.6 [964]

1994 Porsche 911 Turbo [964] in Bad Boys, Movie, 1995 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: DE — Made for: USA

1994 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.6 [964]

Position 00:02:14 [*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

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dvdmike

2004-09-21 19:50

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On notera que la voiture est immatriculée en France et même dans la capitale (75)

dongawoy EN

2007-01-06 01:19

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This was the turbo 3.6. I have a 993 turbo and is much quieter than this thing. did they use a carrera sound track for it, coz turbo's are quieter.
This car was my reason for buying a turbo. loved the chase.

mister car from 971

2008-01-05 07:21

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Ouais! Mais j'l'avais remarqué avant vous!!! Nananananèreheu!

speedoo FR

2008-10-19 04:35

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dvdmike wrote On notera que la voiture est immatriculée en France et même dans la capitale (75)


C'est pour la déco la plaque française 75, dans de nombreux états américains la plaque d'immatriculation à l'avant n'existe pas, elle existe seulement à l'arrière (Californie, Floride...). Du coup, les propriétaires américains de voitures européenne mettent souvent des plaques d'immatriculation européenne "décoratives" à l'avant. La 911 Turbo 3.6 de Bad Boys était bien une version US immatriculée aux USA.

-- Last edit: 2008-10-19 04:52:28

Gag Halfrunt UK

2008-10-19 11:44

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Dans la Californie il faut avoir une plaque à l'avant. Et si on voit une plaque de Floride à l'avant dans un film, c'est évident que le film n'était pas tourné là. :)

Mackster SE

2008-10-19 11:54

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Wikipedia says Porsche 911 [964] 1989-1993

strange

garco NL

2008-10-19 12:13

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Everyone can change wikipedia... :)

antp BE

2008-10-20 12:41

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Infos here can be changed too... I do not know which one is right :D
(we already had the case of imcdb relying on wikipedia for a car, and wikipedia relying on imcdb for the same car...)

-- Last edit: 2008-10-20 12:42:07

quiksilver EN

2008-11-23 23:20

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To begin with lets agree it is a 964. As far as the date the 993 (last of the air cooled 911‘s) are usually referred to as 94 to 98 before the water cooled 996 came out in 1998, in actual fact the first 993’s where registered in Germany as early as September 93 and in the rest of Europe shortly after that. They made it to America by 94. The last of the 964’s had a larger engine (3.6 instead of 3.3), outwardly the most obvious telltale was the red brake callipers. This car doesn’t have them. It is therefore unlikely that the car is any later than a 93.

Aziz FR

2009-01-09 16:10

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En réalité, les plaques françaises son dûes au fait que c'était tout simplement la voiture personnelle de Tchéky Karyo (c'est bien comme ça que ça s'écrit?), même s'il ne l'utilise pô dans le film.

RDS MY

2009-04-13 08:31

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Check this car in NFS5 Porsche Unleased ...
U'll kno the real years ...

CRAFT372 US

2009-09-18 12:31

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This car actually belonged to Michael Bay himself he said so in the commentary

-- Last edit: 2013-12-07 23:15:16

tfatfeclipsefan US

2010-07-06 03:09

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well will smith says at the beginning of the movie that its limited edition and goes 0 to 60 in either 4.2 or 4 seconds. so what he means by limited edition is that it maybe since they stopped making them in 1994 that they made a couple extra in 1995 and called it limited edition since it was made in 1995 a year after they stopped the production of them.

tfatfeclipsefan US

2010-07-06 03:17

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but i think its really either a 1993 or 1994 and whoever put it was a 1995 is wrong and just assumed it was a 1995 because the movie was made in 1995. And yeah, ive caught wikipedia with false information before, it should only be edited by the people that have proof of information they put on there. :think:

echizen38 US

2010-07-07 09:59

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It's a '94, the movie was released in 1995. In '95 they started the 993 series, which everyone knows is a completely different car than the 964. Especially the 993 Turbo to the 964 Turbo.

Stephan735i SE

2010-11-11 22:40

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It's a 1994 964 turbo 3,6. Made 10/93. Every 964 turbo 3,6 in North America is of 1994 model year. There were now MY 1995 911 turbo. First model year of 993 turbo was 1996 even in Europe.
Link to this particuler car... Link to "forums.rennlist.com"

gregski UK

2012-07-05 08:58

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Yeah, as Stephan says, its a 1994 964 Turbo 2, 3.6 Litre.

The turbo is now part of a collection in Hickory, North Carolina. Purchase interest thread:
Link to "forums.rennlist.com"

The plate is French, from Paris. But the car has the US only front 'bumperettes' between the fog and indicator glass.
Its not a Turbo S, as it does not have the S spoiler, front splitter or rear arch vents. So it must be a Turbo 2.
Black front calipers were usually found on the earlier 3.3 turbo, and the 3.6 turbo's had red front calipers. Not sure why this 3.6 had black calipers.
There was also a widebody Carrera 2 used in the film, you can see one car has Porsche seat crests and the other does not.
Other rumours were that a Covini kit car replica was used in the film.

mike962 DE

2013-12-07 12:09

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[Image: snapshot20131207125232.6.jpg][Image: snapshot20131207125232.41.jpg]

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walter IT

2013-12-07 14:45

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That's definitely one of the nicest main shot on IMCDB.

mike962 DE

2013-12-07 14:47

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walter wrote That's definitely one of the nicest main shot on IMCDB.

well Michael Bay while often doing extremely shitty movies (ala Transformers) he does have a good sense for good photography

BTW that supposedly was his private Porsche used in the movie to save budget

-- Last edit: 2013-12-07 14:47:32

CRAFT372 US

2013-12-07 23:16

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mike962 wrote
well Michael Bay while often doing extremely shitty movies (ala Transformers) he does have a good sense for good photography

BTW that supposedly was his private Porsche used in the movie to save budget

It was he said so in the commentary

antp BE

2013-12-09 17:10

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mike962 wrote extremely shitty movies (ala Transformers)

These movies do not have a very elaborated plot/scenario, but why "shitty"?
They are really good action movies.

mike962 DE

2013-12-09 17:28

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antp wrote
These movies do not have a very elaborated plot/scenario, but why "shitty"?
They are really good action movies.

the (extremely) low brow humor , the MTV style editing and shaky camera , the bad Tranformers designs where they look ugly and like a pile of junk metal the very stereotypical and annoying characters (like those twins that you rooted for the bad guys to kill them) , "The Fallen" in the 2nd movie may be the worst and most pathetic villain in history, he got his a$$ kicked extremely quick

and this movies have a feel like they producers and director just didn't care at all, didn't even try, just like another shitty fast food do it quick and go to the bank

-- Last edit: 2013-12-09 17:28:42

Tony Truand FR

2014-08-15 10:54

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The Porsche with french plate is owned by Tcheky Karyo. That's why it appears "like that" in the movie.

MXracer95 US

2018-09-18 23:22

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dongawoy wrote This was the turbo 3.6. I have a 993 turbo and is much quieter than this thing. did they use a carrera sound track for it, coz turbo's are quieter.
This car was my reason for buying a turbo. loved the chase.


the chase scene in this movie was okay, it wasn't as good as Steve McQueen's chase scene in Bullitt, however both chase scenes were DRASTICALLY ONE-SIDED...in Bullitt, it was the Bullitt Mustang (DUH) which I'm told was a Ford 351cid Small Block V8 & if you watch that scene, you can hear McQueen Double-Clutching it because he blew the the gears in his transmission were worn as F because that was Steve's personal mustang and he beat the ever-loving sh!t out of it... Where as the other car was a 1968 Dodge Charger with a 383-CID Big Block (some of those had hemispherical combustion chambers, some didn't (my dad's '68 Plymouth Roadrunner which was pretty much the same car) didn't, but his buddie's 68 GTX 's 383 did...so it was kinda luck of the draw or something, I don't know... what I can tell you, is that car, with the 383, 4:11 Posi rear-end, 4-Speed transmission, Cragar S/S Magnesium wheels, Hooker Competition Headers (which wrapped around the engine's starter, & therefore, my dad's Roadrunner usually got push-started), Cherry Bomb Glass Pack mufflers...that car used to do wheel-stands on Bias-Ply street tires...not racing slicks...and Mustangs, Torino's...He never even SAW a Ford GT40 OR any ford related to Carol Shelby in any way while driving it, but the main ford muscle cars couldn't ever touch my dad's Roadrunner.
However, think about this here, that's a Fiberglass bodied 2-seat compact car with a Ford 428cid V8 under the hood...that thing would be considerably faster than any embodiment of the Porsche 911 that has ever been with the possible exceptions of the Porsche 911 GT2 and one of the Ruff Porsche 911's...

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