1993 Porsche 968 Club Sport

I believe this is a first for me. While I’ve written about the 968 previously, I’m fairly certain it’s never been the Club Sport. They’re rare so that’s not too surprising, but still given how often I’m on the lookout for early-90s Porsches you’d think at some point it’d have happened.

Like most any Porsche Club Sport model, the 968CS was a lightened and more potent version of the standard 968. While the 968 never was the most popular of Porsches they remain a lovely design even today and the Club Sport itself a highly sought after model. It was one of the favorite cars of our former editor, Paul. He featured them as frequently as was possible given their rare nature and the fact that they couldn’t be imported into the US. With it now being 25 years since they were first produced that problem should be more easily surmountable. If these were one of the cars of your dreams, then here’s your shot at one of these rare machines:

A Speed Yellow 1993 Porsche 968 Club Sport, currently residing in Canada, with 47,224 miles on it. This 968CS originally was delivered in Japan. There’s no word in the ad on when it made its way to North America, but it is said to come with extensive records so hopefully prospective buyers can work out those details.

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Year: 1993
Model: 968 Club Sport
Engine: 3.0 liter inline-4
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 47,224 mi
Price: $79,900 Buy It Now

1993 Porsche 968 CS Coupe

1993 Performance Car of the Year
Most radical of the 968 variants
Less than 2000 produced for worldwide production
Highly desirable Speed Yellow paint
Extensive service records
VIN # WP0ZZZ96ZPS815594

The Vehicle Offered:

This Clubsport appears simply stunning, finished in Speed Yellow with matching painted wheels. The interior is finished in traditional black with hardback matching yellow Recaro race seats from the factory.

This seldom seen in North America model was imported from Japan and comes with extensive service records. It also includes all of the original owners manuals and a Certificate of Authenticity.

Take this super rare car to any Porsche event and you will be sure to draw a crowd or take it to the track and enjoy it as intended. Either way you can’t go wrong with this appreciating Porsche classic.

Model Overview:

The lighter weight Clubsport model was offered from 1993-1995. Much of the 968 luxury-oriented equipment was removed or taken off the options list; less sound deadening material was used, electrical windows were replaced with crank-driven units, upgraded stereo systems, A/C and sunroof were still optional as on the standard Coupe and Convertible models. In addition, Porsche installed manually adjustable lightweight Recaro racing seats, revised suspension system and lowered by 20 mm for possible track use, 17-inch wheels (also slightly wider to accommodate wider tires) rather than the 16-inch as found on the Coupe and wider tires. The four-spoke airbag steering wheel was replaced with a thicker-rimmed three-spoke steering wheel with no air bag. The Club Sport has no rear seats, unlike the 2+2 Coupé and was only available in Grand Prix White, black, Speed yellow, Guards red, Riviera blue or Maritime blue.

Manx Classics has grown from a lifelong passion for great cars and evolved into a complete, top to bottom restoration shop, classic car sales and service facility ready to meet and exceed your needs. We encourage all interested buyers to book an appointment and inspect the vehicle in person. International buyers are welcome, we have experience in shipping vehicles worldwide and are able to arrange transport if requested. Please note, all transportation costs are extra and are not included in the listed sale price of the vehicle.

For Canadian Residents, Price + Applicable Taxes + Applicable Licensing Fees. All Prices in USD’s.

This vehicle is being sold as is, not certified, not safetied, not e-tested and is not represented as being in road worthy condition, mechanically sound or maintained at any guaranteed level of quality. The vehicle may not be fit for use as a means of transportation and may require substantial repairs at the purchaser’s expense. It may not be possible to register the vehicle to be driven in its current condition.

We are enthusiasts just like you. Please contact us for further information about this vehicle. As international buyers and sellers of vehicles, we look forward to servicing our clients both at home and abroad and can help arrange shipping.

For more information, please contact: (519) 938-9340 or 1-289-983-0500

My other immediate question concerns the interior. Everything looks as I’d expect from a Club Sport, however the interior fabric and color listed on the CoA is completely different. And not only completely different from this car but completely different from any other 968CS I’ve seen. Is the CoA wrong or was this CS ordered with a very different interior? And, if so, what happened to it?

While I do love a Speed Yellow Porsche, and if any model is going to be painted Speed Yellow a Club Sport is that model, I’m not so enamored with the matching Speed Yellow wheels. But such is the nature of the 968CS. It was pretty common for the wheels to match, especially among the brighter hued variants. I think I could manage to get over it, but that is a lot of yellow. Interior questions aside, the rest of the car looks great and even those bright yellow wheels look well cared for.

Those on the lookout for rare, brightly hued, 968s might remember this ultra-low-mileage Speed Yellow 968 Carter featured last summer. With its sport seats and sport suspension it mimicked the 968CS in certain ways. It also was priced very similarly to this CS. For basically the same money I think I’d rather have the CS, but it is hard to deny the impeccable nature of that low-mileage 968. However, you couldn’t really enjoy it. This one I think you can and while $80K is a lot of money for a 968, relative to a 964 Carrera RS or a 3.2 Carrera Clubsport it’s actually quite inexpensive. In the world of rare Porsches we might even consider it a bargain.


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