Let’s stick with yesterday’s blue theme and take a look at another of Porsche’s really nice blues. Here we have a Cobalt Blue Metallic 1991 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Coupe, located in Houston, with a light grey and blue interior and 74,452 miles on it. As should be immediately apparent, Cobalt Blue is a very pretty and striking shade of color. It doesn’t jump out at you as much as Minerva Blue does since it’s a darker shade, but though it may be more reserved it none the less shines brightly and exudes plenty of character. On the much more modern lines of the 964 – modern relative to an early 930 – it looks great bringing both elegance and excitement to this 911’s curves. It helps that this one looks in very nice shape!
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Model: 911 Carrera 2
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 74,452 mi
Price: $74,991 Buy It Now
1991 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Coupe 74452 Miles Cobalt Blue
Exterior Color:Cobalt Blue
Body Type:2D Coupe
Fuel Type:Gasoline Fuel
So we have a very pretty Carrera 2 Coupe on the outside. What about inside? The interior isn’t quite as eye catching though it does provide nice contrast to the exterior. I’ve said before that these combinations bring with them an oceanic feel and I think that’s present here as well. Cobalt doesn’t bring the storminess with it that other blues can bring, but there’s still a strong sense of breaking waves and white sand. I like it because I like the beach. That the interior possesses a few blue accents in the dash and steering wheel certainly helps in this regard.
Unfortunately, all we know about this 964 is what we can see. There’s not really any relevant description to be found (a common and frustrating practice with this dealer) so we know nothing of the car’s history or service records. As always we should be able to discover what’s available with a phone call to the seller, but it’s better to have those details at hand rather than having to search for them. We can tell it has sport seats though. So that’s nice!
There’s definitely leg work to be and with a very high asking price of nearly $75K everything is going to have to be in perfect condition with full documentation for this price to make sense. Even then it’s probably a bit high given the mileage. Still, the condition does look really good and the color is wonderful so we have a good start. We just need to fill in all the gaps.