1991 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Coupe

I love a red interior. Even the very bright red interiors. Porsche has long made such interiors available to those who like them. I also am a big fan of the 964. Curiously, I’m not sure I’ve ever featured a 964 with a red interior. Well, at least, not a standard 964. I think there have been a couple ultra-rare models, but I won’t count those.

At last I have found one: this Black 1991 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Coupe, located in Los Angeles, with a Matador Red interior and 105,420 miles on it. I don’t think I’ve seen Matador Red before, not knowingly anyway. It looks great with just the right amount of brightness. While it may only be the lighting in these pictures it doesn’t appear quite as bright as some of Porsche’s other offerings like Can-can Red or Lobster. I think for most that likely gives it a nice balance. For those who find a black car to be a bit dull, perhaps this interior will help liven things up. It’s quite beautiful.

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Year: 1991
Model: 911 Carrera 4
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 105,420 mi
Price: Reserve Auction ($54,911 Buy It Now)

1991 Porsche 911 964 Carrera 4 Coupe

Extremely Rare Color Combo, Black exterior on Matador Red interior.

100% STOCK, Solid driver, 105,420 verified miles by Auto Check, Mechanically Sound

Clear title, Current California Registration, Owners Manual, Stamped Warranty Maintenance Book.

Engine and transmission run flawlessly, Pulls very strong through all gears,

Suspension and brakes are tight, Runs straight, No Oil leaks.

Certificate Of Authenticity

Engine Number/Type: 62M03626 (M64/01)

Transmission Number/Type: 3M02075 (G64/00)

Sunroof, Cruise Control, Full Power Seats L/R, Supple leather Seats, Rear Window Wiper

Interior Material Color:

Matador Red Interior Special leather, Supple leather Seats.(WD) option code

All Original Leather throughout the interior Looks absolutely Beautiful.

(Per Porsche COA, 12 weeks delay in production for this option)

Exterior Paint Color/Code:

(A1) Black, Very Good Condition, Paint presents very well, Super straight body, Doors close perfectly,

No dings or dents Anywhere, All original Windshield and Glass windows throughout.

Car is sold in AS IS condition, buyers welcome to see the car in person and conduct their own PPI at local porsche shop prior to bidding,

For IPhone or Apple users I’m able to show this car via FaceTime

Located in Studio City, CA.

Car is being offered locally, Seller reserve the right to end this auction at any time.

Any questions please feel free to call me 310-866-0084.

International bidders welcome, will cooperate with shipping at buyers expense.
This car is being sold AS/IS WHERE IS with NO WARRANTY WRITTEN NOR EXPRESSED.

I wouldn’t say this 911 presents as especially pristine, but it does appear to be in reasonably good shape. The interior pictures are a little bewildering, but at least we get to see a wide variety of details. There isn’t anything that strikes me as out of the ordinary, everything looks quite clean, and there don’t appear to be major issues. All of that is good.

The bad parts require some digging. The Autocheck returns a “minor issue” under accidents. The ad makes no mention of this, but it appears a couple people have run into the back of it. More details on that would be good. Perhaps they’re very minor and we can move on comfortably. The service history also might be lacking. The service book shows a few stamps, but that’s all we’re provided. All of this comes together to make a PPI a definite must. That applies to most any 911, but perhaps more so here. Mostly everything presents well and in good shape though so I suspect the overall impact won’t be on the quality of this 911, but rather the price.

While definitely a rare interior color I don’t know if that’s enough to get this one above $50K. That it’s a Carrera 4 likely won’t help it either. But if you have to have a red interior on your 964 and you like the idea of owning Porsche’s first all-wheel drive 911 model, then perhaps you’d be willing to pay the premium. There certainly don’t appear to be many of these around.

-Rob

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