1989 Porsche 911 Speedster

1989 Porsche 911 Speedster

Throughout our pages we have consistently trumpeted the virtues of the 911SC and 3.2 Carrera as relative values for any buyer looking to get into a classic 911. These cars take us back to when driving was analog rather than digital and combine graceful aesthetics with enough performance to provide for miles and miles of driving enjoyment. As with most things in life, there are exceptions when it comes to finding value for our performance dollars. Here we have a 1989 Porsche 911 Speedster, but unlike the 3.2 Carrera off which it is based, the Speedster is not the car for those searching for value. Speedster is such an iconic name within the Porsche stable that these cars are almost always bought up and immediately packed away upon release rarely to be seen on the road. Produced in the final year of classic 911 production the Speedster served as an elegant send-off prior to the release of the 964. It was a car built for Porsche purists who favored style over performance. The car here, located in Oregon, has seen a scant 5,948 miles in its pampered life and comes dressed in the always beautiful Guards Red exterior over a Cashmere and Black interior.

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Year: 1989
Model: 911 Speedster
Engine: 3.2 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 5,948 mi
Price: $159,995

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Motogroup, LLC is very pleased to present this GORGEOUS Collectible 89 Speedster…Truly a Stunning Porsche, of the highest possible quality, without a doubt the finest available in the US…
214 hp, 3,165 cc SOHC flat six-cylinder engine, Bosch digital motor fuel injection, five-speed manual gearbox, independent front suspension with McPherson struts, lower A-arms, coil springs and sway bar, independent rear suspension with semi-trailing arms, coil springs and sway bar, and four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes.

4WD Week: 1996 Porsche 911 C4S

4WD Week: 1996 Porsche 911 C4S

I suppose it’s fitting that 4WD Week here at GCFSB coincides with the first snow of the year. Not that many owners of a 911 would feel much desire to take their car out into the snow, whether it happens to be a Carrera 4 or not, and they certainly would never consider such a thing with this car. Here we have a 1996 Porsche 911 C4S that has covered less than 10,000 miles and I would be shocked if a single snowflake had ever dare to touch its bonnet. The C4S came with much of the looks of its more capable turbo-charged sibling, minus the Turbo’s rear wing, but retained its 3.6 liter naturally aspirated engine. For many 911 fans the Carrera S in either two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive configuration has been a favorite due to its wider rear fenders and on the 993 the design is particularly appealing.

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Year: 1996
Model: C4S
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 9,879 mi
Price: Inquire

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1996 Porsche 911 C4S on Hemmings Motor News

1996 Porsche 993 C4S
VIN: WP0AA2991TS321424

Engine No. 64T02516
Transmission No. 2002793
Paint: Arena Red
Interior: Cashmere Black – Partial Leather
Production Date: 11/28/95

This two-owner car has only 9879 documented miles. Kept in exceptional condition from new, since arriving at Canepa the all-wheel-drive 993 has been fully serviced and concours detailed. All elements both mechanical and cosmetic have been addressed to make sure this Arena Red example presents and performs as new. Whether to be kept as a low-mileage concours car, or as daily driver this C4S will not disappoint.

Optional Equipment:
Dark Rootwood Brake Handle
Dark Rootwood Shift Lever Knob
Stainless Steel Exhaust Pipes
Hi Fi Sound Package with Speakers
Technic Package
4 Rim Caps with Porsche Crest
Power Seat Package
US Emissions

About the C4S

The Carrera 4 S shared the Turbo model’s bodyshell, but housed the naturally aspirated Carrera engine in the rear.

1989 Porsche 930 Slantnose Cabriolet

1989 Porsche 930 Slantnose Cabriolet

During the decade in a half that the Porsche 930 was produced the turbocharged 3.0 liter, and later 3.3 liter, flat-six was mated to a 4-speed manual transmission, even though the 911 had been available for years with a 5-speed manual. It was only in the final year of production, in 1989, that the 930 received the G50, 5-speed manual, transmission, and as such cars from that production year tend to be prized a bit more than their predecessors. For buyers who found the standard looks of the 930 too tame, Porsche also offered a Slantnose version through their Sonderwunsch program. Any Slantnose 911 is a bit of a rarity but when combined with a 1989 930 we then have a confluence of rarities. The car featured here is a 1989 Porsche 930 Slantnose Cabriolet located in California. Not only is this car pretty rare amongst ’80s Porsches, but it is also low mileage and is on auction with no reserve.

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Year: 1989
Model: 930 Slantnose Cabriolet
Engine: 3.3 liter turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 38,500 mi
Price: Auction

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Only modifications are Stereo (ADS amp & speakers) and 17″ Kenisis Super Cup wheels (original wheels included).
RARE & UNIQUE Pearl White Metallic with Dark Grey/Black interior with off white piping. G50 5-speed trans. You will not find a more unique 930S Cabriolet in any nicer condition than this car! Well cared for by Porsche enthusiasts its entire life, never abused & rarely out in rainy weather (no winter weather). No known issues or recurring problems and needs absolutely nothing. This 930S has recently had a 9k service, new tires & alignment.

AC upgraded & converted with new compressor, fan, drier, etc. and is ice cold.

1996 Porsche 911 Cabriolet

1996 Porsche 911 Cabriolet

I have a funny relationship with convertibles. I own one and love it, but I’m generally not a huge fan of these cars (full disclosure: I long ago tossed the soft top in my car and added a hard top. It hasn’t been removed in years). There are times though where a drive simply isn’t complete without having the top down. Sure, you can have fun on any decent road in any good car, but once you’ve experienced top-down motoring you also begin to understand that there is a heightened level of experience when driving a convertible that cannot be replicated in a car with a roof. Your senses are enlivened and the entire experience is better. All of this is to say, while I may never seek out a convertible again, I get it.

Which brings us to the car featured here, a 1996 Porsche 911 Cabriolet located in California. It’s a Tiptronic, which I’m sure will dull the enthusiasm of some of our readers, but it’s still a gorgeous drop-top with very capable performance.

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Year: 1996
Model: 911 Cabriolet
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 57,741 mi
Price: Reserve Auction

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It is with great trepidation that I am offering my 1996 993 Cabriolet for sale.

This car has had only three owners and has been kept in our family since 1998. This beautifully maintained Cabriolet is, in my opinion, one of the best color combinations Porsche ever produced for the 911. It is Midnight Blue with the matching blue Cabriolet Top and all Gray Interior. This car is a Tiptronic S with factory options that include the 8 way adjustable power leather seats for both the driver and passenger, the Hi Fi Sound Package with a 6 disk CD changer, 18” Hollow Spoke Technology “Turbo Twist” wheels.

1998 Porsche 911 Carrera S

1998 Porsche 911 Carrera S

The 993 needs little introduction from me as its virtues have been extolled throughout these pages. It represents the culmination of 30 years of air-cooled 911 evolution and the car featured here comes from the final year of the model’s production. This 1998 Porsche 911 Carrera S, located in Florida, has seen a scant 25,000 miles and as a S model comes with the wider rear of the 993 Turbo that provides an extra bit of sexiness to the 993’s already fantastic shape. A well cared for 993 remains a head turner even to this day especially in S trim. The market has been fairly kind to these cars thus far and as the last of the air-cooled 911s we expect that trend to continue.

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Year: 1998
Model: 911 Carrera S
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 25,000 mi
Price: Reserve Auction (Buy It Now $89,900)

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You are looking at the ultimate collector car. This is a 1998 Porsche 993 C2S coupe in PRSTINE condition with all original Gloss Black paint on Black leather hides.

LISTEN UP COLLECTORS!!! NO PAINTED PANELS ON THIS RARE AND SOUGHT AFTER 993 S!!

This is the last of the air cooled cars and what a find. This is a car that actually appreciates and will be a great investment for the future.

LOADED with options including CD changer, Sunroof, Litronic lights, HI Fi premium sound, Automatic Speed Control, Comfort Seats, Power Seats, Oval chrome exhaust pipes, Metal Door Sill with Insignia, Aluminum Dials, and Aluminum leather/shiftknob, and Turbo Wheels.

I welcome you to take advantage of this rare opportunity as this car will not last.

Call Nick on my cell direct call or text 239 269 7713 call or text

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I’ll just get this out of the way: the Buy It Now price is too high.…

1973 Porsche 914

1973 Porsche 914

When the Porsche Boxster arrived on the scene in 1997, it brought Porsche ownership to a lower price point. After the disappearance of the 924 after the 1988 model year, the lineup was left with the 944/968 as its entry level model, and at the close of 1995, the 968 and it’s larger, front engined brethren, the 928, left the scene, leaving the 911 as the sole carrier of the Porsche torch. There has been some talk about a small, sub $40,000 Porsche roadster appearing in the near future, possibly with a flat four engine. How low will Porsche go, though, in attempting to reach new markets. I never gave the 914 much of a second glance over the years, but these mid-engined targas are endearing in their own right, loved for their simplicity. This orange 914 for sale in Portland, Oregon was stored away for many years but has been resurrected, ready for a new home.

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Year: 1973
Model: 914
Engine: 1.7 liter flat-4
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 70,450 mi
Price: Reserve auction

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1973 Porsche 914 1.7

Fuel Injected
Signal Orange
Appearance Group

Hello eBayers! Welcome to my auction. Today I have a great find for those of you interested in getting a super nice and clean RUST FREE 914 with super low original miles. I bought this car out of dry storage. It was tucked away in a clean and dry garage where it had been for many years. The previous owner had purchased the car from this Porsche’s original owner with the hopes of doing a few of the mechanical fixes it needed along with some cosmetic needs. He had always wanted a Signal Orange 914. Unfortunately, life got in the way of his dreams and the car just sat.

Porsche 911: What Will $20k Buy?

Porsche 911: What Will $20k Buy?

The affordable Porsche 911. Almost a contradiction in terms, no? However, if you know what you are looking for and hone in on certain years and models, one of these rear engined Stuttgart sports cars are more attainable than you would first think. Sure, most early 911s from the 1960s are still out of reach and you would have trouble getting into a 993 at this price point, but what about some others? First up we have this 1982 911SC for sale in Colorado.

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Year: 1982
Model: 911SC
Engine: 3.0 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 161,975 mi
Price: $22,000 Buy It Now

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For Sale: One 1982 Porsche 911 SC Sunroof Coupe

160,975 miles
Grand Prix White with tan & brown interior.
Leather seat covers.
3.0 engine with 915 5 speed transmission.
Excellent glass
This is a longtime Denver car that has been enjoyed but well-maintained by Storz, Eisenbud, and Dart – all Porsche specialty garages.

As you can see, the car is in very good shape. The body has a minor dent on the right front fender that you can’t see in photos. The paint has been touched up- mostly on the car’s nose and leading edge of hood. No rust! There are repairable dents in the side skirts where some dummy tried to jack up the car. A few areas of the leather seats bolsters are worn but not torn. The dash was cracked in 3 places, and has been filled and repainted to camouflage the repair. The engine compartment and trunk are very clean. The original tool kit, jack, and spare are included in the trunk.

A pre-purchase inspection was done by Eisenbud’s and is included. Noted needs were a backfire “pop-off” valve, a clutch cable, air filter straps, a heater motor, Carrera cam tensioner upgrade, belts & service, and that the AC, window washer pump, and cruise control did not work.

1997 Porsche 911 C4S

1997 Porsche 911 C4S

It’s hard to be a German car enthusiast and not be a fan of the Porsche 911. Almost every week we feature one here at GCFSB. From the original 901 to the recently introduced 991, these sports cars have captured the hearts and minds of a number of petrolheads across generations. One 911 that stands out is the 993, the last of the air-cooled models. Available in a variety of flavors, one of my favorites is the C4S. Sure, the Turbo model offered more power and the trademark whale tail spoiler, but there’s something subtle about the C4S that appealed to me. Perhaps it’s because I’ve always been somewhat averse to forced induction engines (yes, I know, I owned an R53 Cooper S…) or maybe it’s because I like the road less traveled when it comes to a vehicle configuration. Whatever the case may be, this 1997 Carrera 4S with just about 20,000 speaks to me.

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Year: 1997
Model: 911 C4S
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 19,776 mi
Price: $84,993 Buy It Now

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AWD. Fun and sporty! Talk about some excitement! If you demand the best things in life, this fantastic 1997 Porsche 911 is the funtime car for you. When H2O starts showing up in the weather forecast, you’ll appreciate the AWD power delivery that helps you take control of the elements. Call, email, or stop by Porsche of San Diego today to learn more about this amazing vehicle.

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The color of this 911 caught my attention. Rob featured a Speed Yellow 993 recently, but I’m much more of a fan of this Pastel Yellow. This is one of those colors you just don’t see a lot of. We’re all familiar with the fact that 993s are not the cheapest of 911s and this example certainly isn’t cheap.…

1952 Volkswagen Beetle

1952 Volkswagen Beetle

The original Volkswagen Beetle was a lot of things to a lot of motorists. It’s the car that helped put post World War II Germany back on the map. It was basic transportation to a number of baby boomers and now considered a collectable to a number of air-cooled VW fans. While Volkswagen hit its sales stride in the 1960s, early Beetles such as this 1952 example are highly prized as they offer a window to where the company got its start. Hard to believe this innocent looking vehicle was the brainchild of one of the most brutal dictators of the recent history.

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Year: 1952
Model: Beetle
Engine: 1.1 liter flat-4
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Mileage: 75,000 mi
Price: No reserve auction

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Up for sale 1952 Volkswagen Beetle Classic
Radio/power pack fully restored and functional
Dash pod restored by Zarwerks
All fasteners oil-blackened as original
Original wiring harness duplicated in both cloth and PVC
Original moldings and ribbed bumpers
16 x 15.00 Firestone tires
Fully restored and functioning semaphores
Original German manual
Many NOS parts including tail lights, air cleaner, exhaust, interior light, dash switches, rear ashtray, bumpers, ignition switch, horn button, hubcaps, Hirshmann red-tip antenna
I will offer shipping for my car, for a quotation send me your zip code.

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The earlier Beetles are more compromised than later models, mostly due to their 6 volt electrical system and non-syncromesh gearbox. However, they bring big sums in comparison to later models. A car that presents well like this, especially with the canvas sunroof, can easily breach $30,000. Given that, I’m not surprised where bidding is headed on this one.

-Paul

1986 Porsche 911 Carrera – REVISIT

1986 Porsche 911 Carrera – REVISIT

The Isis Blue 1984 911 Carrera we featured in September is back up for sale with a slightly lowered price of $23,900.

The below post originally appeared on our site September 18, 2013:

The first time I got behind the wheel of a 911, it was a slate blue ’84 Carrera 3.2. I was still on my learner’s permit then, but even to this day, there has been nothing quite like a 911 across my motoring career. It’s one of those outliers in the automotive world; a layout that few have attempted, especially in a sports car. But for a staggering 50 years, the basic formula of a flat six swung out over the rear axle has stayed the same. Will the 911 be with us another 50 years from now? Personally, I wouldn’t doubt it, because cars like this Isis Blue 1986 Carrera 3.2 for sale in Arizona have staying power.

Year: 1986
Model: 911 Carrera
Engine: 3.2 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 108,480 mi
Price: $23,900 Buy It Now

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Introduced to the public at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1963, the 911 was a larger, more powerful and refined replacement to the much loved 356. The 911 made its debut in the United States for model year 1965 and was an instant success offering robust German engineering in a superbly balanced sports car. By the early 1980’s Porsche AG was faced with a decision of whether or not to keep the 911 program going or replace it all together. A decision was made and the 911 program continued, making way for the redesigned 3.2 model. For model year 1984 Porsche introduced a much improved 911 and brought back the Carrera name. It was to be the very last iteration of the original 911 series, and offered more power, improved electronics, brakes, suspension and handling.

1990 Porsche 911 C2 & 1991 Porsche 911 C2 Targa

1990 Porsche 911 C2 & 1991 Porsche 911 C2 Targa

The Porsche 964 is just starting to hit its stride in the market, keeping pace with other desirable late model air-cooled 911s. They were a bargain for a while, but with a flood of water-cooled 996 models hitting the used market, the older stock has witnessed a readjustment in value. Today we have two 964s for sale, both with 5-speed manual gearboxes in two different flavors: coupe and Targa. First, we’ll take a look at this Guards Red coupe for sale in Arizona.

Year: 1990
Model: 911 C2
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 89,798 mi
Price: Reserve auction

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This is the 1990 Porsche 911 Carrera C2 you’ve been waiting for! Guards Red over Tan leather interior. This is one of the cleanest C2’s in the Country. There’s absolutely NO rust on this car. The body is laser straight, the doors shut tight and open smoothly. All the electronics work as they should, windows function with ease. Power locks function as they should. Radio comes in clear as a bell. The power sun roof opens smoothly. The interior is in excellent condition. The rear seats are perfect. All the gauges on the instrument panel operate as they should. All the glass is original with the exception of the windshield. The Porsche drives exactly as it should, no squeaks, rattles or funny noises. The Michelin Pilot Sport tires are new and have tons of tread. The car does not leak a single drop (hard to believe I know) I have every service record for this car receipts totaling $12,048.67 which include services performed at Porsche of North Scottsdale and much much more. All the original keys (Three keys) and Original Owners Manuals. Clean and clear CarFax this is the one to own DO NOT let it pass you by!

1962 Porsche 356B Super Cabriolet

1962 Porsche 356B Super Cabriolet

If you weren’t up for a big project like the 356 Super Cabriolet we featured almost two weeks ago, then this might be the Porsche for you. This 1962 356B Super Cabriolet is a well documented, numbers matching example that lived in Europe until 1968. It has been repainted once in its original color of Smyrna Green and has had certain other mechanicals overhauled but retains an original interior.

Year: 1962
Model: 356B Super Cabriolet
Engine: 1.6 liter flat-4
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Mileage: 88,488 mi
Price: $125,000

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1962 Porsche 356B Super Cabriolet on Hemmings Motor News

1962 Porsche 356B 356 B Super Cabriolet, Offered for sale is an absolutely gorgeous, very original, award-winning, matching-numbers 1962 Porsche 356 B Super cabriolet in striking factory correct Smyrna Green over Brown leather seats. The 1600 Super was created as a high- performance option to the regular 1600, offering 15 more horsepower with larger valves, increased compression, and improved performance. Featuring the more sought-after T6 body style with twin-engine grilles on the deck lid, and an outside (rather than in the trunk) fuel filler, this best-of-the-breed 356 B 1600 Super is highly desirable. This well-loved example presents wonderfully and has an interesting documented provenenace.

On December 2, 1961, Richard Steppler walked into the Volkswagen—Porsche dealership owned by Dr. Guy Beretich in Pordenone, Italy, and bought himself an early Christmas present – this magnificent green 356 B Porsche. Eventually Mr. Steppler passed the car to his nephew, Richard Kubacki, and it is known that the car stayed in Europe, largely Munich, Germany, and Monte Carlo until 1968, when it was shipped to Chicago. At some point the car was repainted silver and in 1988 it was purchased by it”s last owner (of 25 years) in Milwaukee with 79,000 miles on the clock.

1996 Porsche 911 Carrera

1996 Porsche 911 Carrera

For my 2nd 993 of the week I’ve chosen this 1996 Carrera, which stood out to me for one very obvious reason: it’s Speed Yellow. This might be the only standard Carrera I have ever seen in Speed Yellow. I’ve come across a few other variants in this color (Turbos, the GT2, Cabriolets), but not a bog-standard 993. It’s a flashy color so it shouldn’t be surprising that it might not be hugely popular amongst buyers choosing the Carrera. Regardless, I love a Yellow on Black car (cue Wiz Khalifa) and with the base Carrera toning down the flash just a bit, this makes for a fantastic combination.

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Year: 1996
Model: 911 Carrera
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 48,957 mi
Price: $52,750

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Just 2 adult owners. Currently owned by local PCA member. Complete, comprehensive and documented service history. 2,000 miles on tires. Never damaged. Clean Autocheck and Carfax. Speed Yellow over Black leather, Yellow seat belts. 6 Speed manual. The car drives perfectly and all systems function. This car is in excellent condition.

Offered at just $52,750 offers considered.

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The rest of this car comes across just as well as the color. The mileage is very reasonable, the interior and exterior appear in very good condition, and the seller claims a fully documented service history. The asking price certainly isn’t low, but for a well maintained 993 in a rare color, it isn’t especially high either. For someone who might be a fan of this color, but would prefer something either a little less flashy or a bit less expensive than what a 993 Turbo might set you back, this car should present an excellent opportunity.

-Rob

1997 Porsche 993 C2S

1997 Porsche 993 C2S

Though lately I’ve been writing up various 911 variants from the ’70s and ’80s, my mind keeps turning to the 993 and I have been telling myself to feature one or two of them here at GCFSB. So I’ll begin with this one: an stunningly beautiful 1997 993 C2S painted Guards Red with Black leather interior, located in California. Offered with either all-wheel drive as the Carrera 4S or rear-wheel drive as the Carrera S, the S version of the 993 had a lower suspension and featured the wider rear fenders of the 993 Turbo while remaining naturally aspirated. It also retained the standard moveable rear spoiler rather than taking on the Turbo’s whale tale. While some prefer the spoiler, I’ve always preferred the whale tale. Either way, with its wider body, the Carrera S had a much more aggressive look compared with its slimmer Carrera siblings and for many enthusiasts presents a much more desirable overall look.

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Year: 1997
Model: 993 C2S
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 65,905 mi
Price: $59,950

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1997 Porsche 993 C2S on Hemmings Motor News

This striking 1997 Porsche 993 Carrera C2S is in Guards Red with Black and has less than 66k miles.

This car was sold new at Champion Porsche in Pompano Beach, Florida in June of ’97 and is a two owner car.

It last changed hands in 2002 to Saratoga, CA.

Excellent mechanicals, no accident history, clear Carfax.

Good clutch and gearbox, good syncros in all gears.

Paint is excellent, has been resprayed, all original panels.

Factory Options:

C02 Equipped with catalytic converter
XK7 Leather Wrapped Shift Knob and Cover (deviating colors or to sample)
XN7 Leather Parking Brake Lever (standard with Package Y17)
030 Sport Group
159 Motor Sound Pkg
220 Locking differential
224 Active Brake Differential
235 Porsche approved tyres Bridgestone N2 or Pirelli N2
373 Left Sport Seat w/ Power Height Adjuster
374 Right Sport Seat w/ Power Height Adjuster
X54 Oval Chrome Exhaust Pipes
X70 Metal Door Sill with Insignia
X71 Aluminum Instrument Dials
09991 manufacture from the exclusive-programme
454 Automatic speed control
490 Hi-Fi sound system
650 Sunroof
688 Radio cd CDR210

Original radio, crack free dash, a non smokers car.

1980 Porsche 911SC Weissach Edition

1980 Porsche 911SC Weissach Edition

I’ve written about a few 911SCs here at GCFSB recently that were typically very well maintained, original, and very pretty. The SC was the first 911 I had any experience with so those models tend to be the examples that immediately draw my attention. This time I’ll go with one that’s a little bit more unique though not quite in perfect condition. Here we have a 1980 Porsche 911SC Weissach Edition located in Toronto. There were 408 Weissach Edition cars produced for the US market in 1980 as a testament to Porsche’s Motorsport team housed in Weissach, Germany. These cars featured either a Metallic Black or Platinum Metallic (like the one featured here) exterior to go along with a Doric Grey leather interior fitted with Burgundy carpeting. Other touches included a front chin spoiler, whale tail, and Platium-painted Fuchs. As of its last update, the Weissach registry shows 61 surviving cars.

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Year: 1980
Model: 911SC Weissach Edition
Engine: 3.0 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: ~100,000 mi
Price: Reserve Auction (Buy It Now $27,500)

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You are bidding on a 1980 Porsche 911 SC Weissach Edition. For those of you who are not familiar, the 1980 Weissach Edition was a limited run of 406 cars built to honor the Porsche Research and Development center located in Weissach Germany. This car was only sold the US and they came in just 2 exclusive exterior colors, Platinum Metallic or Black Metallic, 203 of each colour. They both featured indentical inteiors of Doric Gray Full leather, rust carpets and piping and sport seats. On the exterior they featured a 930 style rear spoiler, front chin spoiler, 15×6 and 15×7 rear forged Fuchs alloys painted in platinum metallic. Most came with a sunroof.