With the rising popularity of air-cooled Porsches, the 964-generation 911 has become very expensive. But out of all the 964s made, the 911 Turbo is arguably one of the most desirable, particularly the Turbo 3.6 variant. Only a few were made during its run, making it one of the rarest versions of the 964, not to mention pricey.
This particular 964, however, isn't just another 911 Turbo 3.6. It also premiered on the big screen in the cult classic Bad Boys. Yes, the 911 Turbo 3.6 you see here is one used by Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in the 1995 film Bad Boys. It's probably most famous for out racing a Shelby Cobra on a runway, as well as not having a cup holder.
Aside from being in Bad Boys, this 911 Turbo 3.6 was also owned by the film's director Michael Bay before trading hands up until the current owner. And very soon, it can be yours. The current owner has decided to put it up for auction, and it will go under the hammer in early January. It is currently listed on the Mecum auction website, which lists all of the vehicle details.
By the looks of the listing and the photos, all documentation appears to be in order. The 911 Turbo itself is also unmodified. Despite being a 1994 model, it has only driven 34,396 miles or 55,355 km. The auction listing even says the car made a red carpet appearance for the Bad Boys for Life premiere in January 2020. Interestingly, the car also bears the French front plate which was used in the movie, while the rear plates say BAD BYS1.
There's no estimated price for the Bad Boys 911 Turbo, but expect it to fetch a lot more than a typical 964 Turbo 3.6. Still, if you're a fan of the Bad Boys trilogy, this car should definitely be a part of your collection.