A one-off 1994 Porsche 911 Turbo, with an intriguing ownership story, is for sale on the Collecting Cars auction website.
Ordered by the Sultan of Brunei, the special Porsche now belongs to 2009 Formula One World Champion, Jenson Button.
The 964-generation 911 Turbo features an array of exclusive options, only adding to the desirability of it.
Original Bad Boy
Launched in 1990, the 964-generation 911 Turbo has become a cult classic thanks to its association with the 1995 Bad Boys movie.
A successor to the original 911 Turbo, the 964 model retained the rear-wheel drive layout. First sold with a 3.3-l engine, the 964 would later gain an upgraded 3.6-l unit.
Unlike the sinister black car driven on screen by Will Smith, this 911 Turbo was ordered by the Sultan of Brunei in Horizon Blue Metallic.
It is noted as being the only 964-generation Turbo ordered in this colour with the desirable X88 power upgrade.
X88 marks the spot
Ticking the X88 box meant that the air-cooled 3.6-l flat-six engine gained a boost in output. A stronger turbocharger, more aggressive camshafts, and larger fuel injectors delivered the increase.
Horsepower grew from 355 hp to 380 hp, with torque remaining at a considerable 384 lb-ft.
A five-speed manual transmission, along with a limited-slip differential, is responsible for feeding the power to the rear wheels.
Sprinting from 0-60 mph should take 4 seconds. Should you be feeling brave, a 175 mph top speed is on offer. Compared to some of his previous company cars, this might have felt a little slow for Jenson Button.
True, blue, supercar
The Sultan of Brunei, known for his automotive extravagances, ordered the 964 Turbo with a full Marine Blue leather interior. This included electrically adjustable comfort-specification seats, and a matching leather-trimmed steering wheel.
No expense was spared on the options list. Air conditioning, an electric sunroof, automatic headlight levelling, a trip computer, and a rear windscreen wiper were all added.
Imported into the UK in 2003, the Porsche has covered just over 19,000 miles. All the original handbooks and service manuals are included, along with a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity.
Pushing the Button
For Porsche enthusiasts, the 964-generation of the 911 Turbo has become a supremely desirable classic. Add in the ownership history behind this car, along with the impressive specification, and it is set to attract substantial bids.
It marks the second Jenson Button-owned Porsche advertised on the Collecting cars platform this year. Last month, a Carrera GT supercar first owned by the ex-F1 driver, sold for €820,500 (£703,000 or $970,000).
Button has also been busy driving the new Lotus Emira, and launching the retro-inspired Radford 62-2 sports car.
The Collecting Cars auction for 911 Turbo is set to run until Thursday, 26 November.