1994 Porsche 911 C4 Widebody

The Porsche 964 was a 911 that wore many hats. Available in the usual Turbo and non-Turbo guise, this was the 911 that introduced all-wheel drive to the equation in normally aspirated models. In 1994, a Speedster version arrived on the scene and along with the race ready RS variant, a US market RS America, based on the Carrera 2, was offered. Along with the multitude of different models, one could request the widebody option, which gave owners the look of the Turbo without the added cost, or horsepower, for that matter. This C4 for sale in Florda is the recipient of an extensive rebuild in Germany and is a sharp example of one of those rare widebody non-Turbos.

1994 Porsche 911 C4 Widebody on eBay

You are looking at an extremely rare 1994 Porsche Carrera 4 wide body. There were only 254 964 Carrera 4’s made for the US market, and this one is simply stunning. It is original polar silver color exterior, and was completely restored from the ground up. The interior is wrapped in alcantara with red stitching. The engine and transmission were rebuilt during the restoration. This car is absolutely gorgeous. The vehicle was restored in Germany, and has been fully documented and completely TUV certified. You must see this vehicle in person to truely appreciate the craftsmanship and quality that went into this Carrera 4. There are hundreds of documented photos of this vehicle during its rebuild. For more information or photos, please email us.

The odometer still shows the original miles of 111,000 when the vehicle was purchased before the rebuild. The owner decided not to roll the mileage to 0, and chose to leave it with it’s original miles. Please note, the vehicle was completely rebuilt from the tub up. More pictures are available on our website. Link: http://www.tunersmall.com/picture-gallery.php?level=album&id=63

Complete List of Porsche 964 WTL(wide body) Modifications
Dis-assembly of the complete body Take off the doors, Fenders, Trunk-and engine lid, Sunroof Remove Motor and Transmission as well as complete Interior and Carpet Sort all parts and prepare selected items to be painted

Beat blasting of corroded areas, fix weld spots around the window frames and base coat afterwards, paint the complete inner trunk, all original labels and stickers will be reproduced and mounted in the same original spot, original polar silver metallic high solid manufacturers paint will be used body will be mounted on rotisserie set-up, door sills will be painted together with the body to avoid any paint seams, all dents will be removed, no filler will be used, plastic components below that are usually black will be prepped and painted in car color, rear spoiler insert will be painted in car color, door handles,door frames and sunroof frame will be painted in original black satin, the front bumper will have the license plate opening removed before painting.

New body parts
Replace mechanical Sunroof parts, head lights and hardware, windshield, rear light bar (red), all Rubber seals Front bumper air ducts in car color with hoses and hardware as well as white corner lights and clear bra are installed new

Dry Ice cleaning procedure
complete under carriage, gear box, engine compartment, motor and steering components will be cleaned with dry ice

New original Porsche parts
Suspension rods, all suspension rubber parts and fittings, hydraulic oil and grease

Brake system
Dis-assembly front and rear, grind outside of calipers smooth, powder coat red, original white Porsche font, 4x cross drilled RS rotors, new brake pads and stainless flex hoses, new copper pipes, original brake fluid

Wheels and tires
AP-Five Spoke Racing wheels in black satin with red outer ring and gold crest center caps Front 8.5 x 18ET52 with 225/40ZR18 Dunlop Sport Maxx Rear 10.0 x 18ET52 with 265/35ZR18 Dunlop Sport Maxx

Inner door panels and upper part complete in Alcantara with red pull-loop, Rear seat side panels in Alcantara as well, Remove rear seats and replace with RS carpet (stitching “WTL” in red), complete new floor carpet with red outer stitching, Momo 350 mm Supercup Alcantara steering wheel custom padded 5 mm with red stitching and gold center crest, delete the Airbag function, adjustable aluminum pedal set, carbon fiber GT seats in Alcantara and red cross stitching, adjustable seat frames, Alcantara headliner and sun visors,red seat belts, remove rear seat belts, upper and lower dash as well as center console Alcantara with red stitching, gauge rings and ignition cover carbon fiber, door sill covers carbon fiber, shifter and hanbreak in Alcantara, new radio with invisible speakers, rollbar with x-brace in car color, install 12 Volt socket in trunk area for battery tender, install 964RS 12 Volt main switch, install Alcantara pouch in trunk area for first aid kit etc., remove spare wheel and replace with tire-fit bottle

Dis-assembly and removal of valves etc., testing of all moving parts, install titanium valve springs, new seals, belts,spark plugs etc., install AP car design custom stainless steel exhaust system with cup pipe as well as BMC filter and chip tuning ( +20 HP), carbon fiber Air ram system, paint motor cover in polar silver, paint fan wheel in red, visible engine parts completely cleaned and some powder coated, replace all hoses, new compressor connectors, overhaul A/C, new alternator, new starter etc.

Don’t miss your chance to own a truely rare vehicle. There are not many of these vehicles left in the world, and there are no other 1994 Carrera 4 Porsches with this level of detail and craftsmanship.

While the level of work done to this car is certainly impressive, I’m not so sure that a rebuilt C4, regardless of whether it is a widebody or not, constitutes much more than what a 964 would cost these days, which is generally in the $50,000 to $60,000 range for a clean, unmolested example. The cost of the rebuild was certainly not cheap, but whether it is feasible to make that cost up will remain to be seen.


1967 Porsche 912

If it weren’t for the existence of the 912, the venerable Porsche 911 might not still be with us. When it was introduced as Porsche’s entry level model in 1965, it initially outsold the 911 and was discontinued in 1969 to make way for the mid-engined 914, a joint venture sports car between Porsche and Volkswagen. These days, the 912 is often passed up for its more powerful sibling, but these four cylinder sports cars were engineered just as well and added an element of greater efficiency and affordability to the 911 range. Incidentally, the 100,000th Porsche produced was, in fact, a 912 Targa outfitted for Police use. This 912 Coupe for sale in Ohio isn’t a concours example of the breed, but is rather rust free and in good enough nick to enjoy on a regular basis.

1967 Porsche 912 on Hemmings Motor News

This 1967 Porsche 912 CPE is a strong and reliable driver. It’s a 5-speed with a big bore kit that I’d get in and drive anywhere. Here are some points of interest:

-VIN# 458393; Engine# 746358
-Fresh tune-up, plugs, points, cap, timing, valves adjusted
-Solex carbs rebuilt and sync’d
-New Bilsteinsport rear shocks
-New Koni front inserts
-Gas tank cleaned and sealed
-Excellent Bridgestone Invictas, 195-65-15, Original date-matched chromies
-Excellent interior, No speaker holes in the door panels, replacement dash included
-No rust issues, some repairs professionally done
-One windows-out respray in the original color…Windows went back in with all new seals
-Clear title in hand

This car is being sold to make room for its replacement. It’s an excellent candidate for a working restoration…drive and enjoy it while you restore, or just drive and enjoy. Offered at $17,300.00 to a good home. Thanks for looking.

Pre 1970s 911s have seen prices skyrocket over the last decade, to the point where they are rather unattainable for enthusiasts of average means. The 912 offers enthusiasts a more reasonable way into the 1960s Porsche club. With the work done, at $17,300, this represents a pretty good bargain to own a classic of this caliber, as most drivers these days are fetching prices above $20,000.


1996 Porsche 911 Turbo

As car enthusiasts, we all had that poster of an exotic car hanging on our bedroom wall when we were younger. One of the cars that made the rounds in my room was this very car, an Arena Red 993 Turbo. This car was the culmination of over twenty years of experimentation with turbochargers in the 911. The addition of all-wheel drive made this car a much more tame prospect than its predecessors and you won’t mistake this for anything but the hot 911 with that sculpted, body colored wing. This 911 Turbo for sale in Ohio has just over 30,000 miles on the clock and includes more aggressive sports seats along with the rear seat delete option.

1996 Porsche 911 Turbo on JamesList

1996 Porsche 911 Turbo Arena Red! Black sports seats FACTORY Exclusive carbon fiber package Turbo S fog lights/brake ducts 30,000 original miles ZERO modifications Kills bugs fast! Arena Red is an AWESOME color, and it”s the color from the famous launch ad! This one just arrived, it”s priced right, and it”ll move quickly!

Here are the option codes per the sticker: C02 – US Emissions X52 – 5 Open CD Storage on Console Covered in Leather X56 – Carbon Package Lower Dash, Carbon Package Instrument Cluster and Panel X57 – Carbon Package Door Panel Inserts, Carbon Package Door Panel X70 – Aluminum & Chrome Package Door Sill, Door Entrance Panels (threshold) in Stainless Steel with Porsche Insignia X71 – Aluminum Painted Instrument Dials with Brushed Chrome Inner Rings, Aluminum Instrument Dial M373 – Sport Seats, Left Electrically Height Adjustable M374 – Sport Seat, Right Electrically Height Adjustable M419 – Rear Luggage Compartment (Rear Seat Delete) M454 – Automatic Speed Control M650 – Electrical Sliding Roof M688 – Radio Porsche CDR-210 00051 – Special Order Color 09981 – Vehicle Transfer to VRS for the installation of Exclusive parts 09991

No matter the mileage or condition, the 993 911s are not cheap propositions, and the Turbo is even less so. Arena Red is a color that fits this car well, as evidenced by Porsches advertising at the time. It seems this color was on every Boxster and 911 to grace a magazine fold out in those days. The mileage on this one is certainly attractive, as it isn’t another one of those garage queens that has been stashed away for eternity. It’s good to see at least this car has gotten some exercise, but it still presents as new. The asking price of almost $84,000 is getting up there towards the top of the range. If this car was priced around $10,000 less, it would be an attractive buy for the person seeking one of the most revered 911s to date.


1989 Porsche 928GT with 351 original miles

Here comes another one of those impossibly low mileage Porsches similar to the Amethyst Porsche 968 we featured last week. The 928GT debuted in 1989 and packed 330 horsepower out of its 5.0 liter V8. It was available solely with the 5-speed manual gearbox and ZF limited slip differential. The S4 and GT eventually gave way to the final iteration of the 928, the GTS, debuting in Europe in 1992 and North America in 1993. This GT in North Carolina could be one of the lowest mileage examples left and is on offer at an eye watering price.

1989 Porsche 928GT on eBay

In 1989, Porsche upped the ante on their competitors again, delivering their Ultimate Autobahn sporting machine, the 928 GT. The GT is a special, high performance sport version of the 928 S4 with the upgrades and power to back it up. The drive train features a revised 5.0 liter 330HP V8 with new intake(same as later GTS),revised cam shafts, shortened shifter and a lightened twin outlet exhaust. The Sport suspension was standard on the GT as well as lighter, one year only “Club Sport” rims with the widest rears yet at 16×9 requiring rolled fender lips all the way around. As such, the GT comes only with a manual transmission with the shifter shorted 1? over the S4’s manual version.

Porsche also introduced driver and passenger-side airbags and becomes the first to make them standard across the model line. New low-pressure tire warning system is standard and the GT and they also got the new electronically controlled Limited Slip Differential. GT Production began late in the 1989 model year beginning March and ending in June making this model very rare indeed. The total U.S. production is estimated to be between only 70 and 105 produced. Our car is a true time capsule with under 400 original miles and special ordered in Forest Green Metallic with cashmere Leather. This car was purchased from its “Original” owner and has been meticulously maintained. The 928 represents the ultimate touring GT super car with Porsche renowned engineering. Truly 1 of 1!

Low mileage cars like these always beg the question “just what was the owner thinking?” If I spent good money on a grand touring machine like this, I certainly wouldn’t have hidden it under lock and key. Almost $100,000 is a big ask for this car. Normally a clean 928GT would bring between $30,000 to $40,000 tops. Original MSRP was about $76,000 and the market for those willing to pay big money for what is essentially a showpiece is razor thin. People that buy a 928 want to drive it, and you could certainly do so with this car. But, like the 968 we featured last week, if you went ahead and did so, say hello to huge depreciation and potential repairs that could be a result of a car sitting around for 23 years.


1989 Porsche 944

The Porsche 968 we featured yesterday was arguably a nice piece let down by an oddball color combination and a price that was in the stratosphere. While the 944 and 968 models are coming into their own, the market for an almost $40,000 968 just isn’t there. This 944 for sale in Pennsylvania, though, is provided a thoughtful description by its owner and is priced realistically. While it is the base model, it looks great in classic Guards Red with the phone dial wheels.

1989 Porsche 944 on eBay

1989 Porsche 944 with 71,400 miles, Guards Red with black leather. I purchased this car from YBH Porsche in Edgemont, PA with 1,200 miles on it. The original MSRP was over $36,000 and the original window sticker is included.

It has manual transmission, sunroof and Blaupunkt Reno radio. It has no accidents and is a very clean original example. The car has been garaged, it is collector owned and not driven in the winter. I have all service records that will be included with the car as well as original keys and owners manuals as supplied when new. Dash has minor cracks that are typical of 944s. It includes a brand new “California Car Cover” Noah custom fitted car cover in grey. Car was recently professionally detailed. Being sold by private owner, as-is, with no warranty.

Typically, a Porsche for under $10,000 would scare away potential buyers with maintenance concerns, but not this 944. While they aren’t the cheapest cars when it comes to repairs, they are fairly robust and fantastic to drive with their well balanced chassis. For less than $10,000, there’s fewer cars out there that can deliver that wow factor as much as these Porsches do.


2007 Porsche Cayman S

Launched for the 2006 model year, the Boxster based Cayman was Porsche’s answer to enthusiasts looking for a fixed roof sports car that was a bit less expensive than your base 911. There was a fear at first that with performance nearly approaching the 911, the Cayman would eat into 911 sales, but it seems over time both cars have appealed to different buyers for a different reasons. Now in its second generation, first generation Caymans are proving an attractive used buy for those wanting a Porsche at a discount but perhaps aren’t ready to go the classic car route. This Cayman for sale in Massachusetts is the faster S model with the 3.4 liter flat six engine and 320 horsepower. This makes this car good for runs to 60 mph in just under five seconds.

2007 Porsche Cayman S on Cars.com

Beautiful 2007 Cayman S 6-speed manual, with leather interior, Bose sound system, Xenon headlights, Preferred package, heated seats and all weather mats. For sale by original owner excellent condition throughout. One of a collection of sports cars now seeking room in garage.

With only 5,000 miles and one owner, this Cayman S represents a pretty good deal at under $30,000. Most Caymans of this year and caliber are trading hands these days for a few thousand more, usually around the low $30,000 range. Those with Tiptronic transmissions generally bring a little bit less, revealing that enthusiasts in the market for these kind of vehicles still prefer the tried and true manual gearbox.


1989 Porsche 944S2

My father, the man who is responsible for turning me into a car enthusiast, has been toying lately with the idea of selling his MINI Cooper and buying a practical classic. One car at the top of his list is a late model Porsche 944. While derided by some 911 fans, the 944 was a well balanced, practical sports car. There are plenty good examples of 944s to be had these days; one of the best being the 944S2 with the twin cam, 16 valve four cylinder pumping out 208 horsepower. Here is a very mint example of an S2 for sale in Michigan.

1989 Porsche 944S2 on Rennlist

Year: 1989
Make: Porsche
Model: 944
Mileage: 65000
Color: Red
Price: $14750
Location: Midwestern
Body Style: Coupe
Transmission Type: Manual – 5 speed
Stereo System: AM-FM CD

1989 944S2 65,000 miles, excellent condition. All maintenance done at 60k including belts, balance shaft, water pump, etc. Recent new shocks, M030 sway bars. Interior 9/10, Exterior 8/10 (Some minor rock chips/normal use wear). Unmolested, beautiful car, drives perfect and strong. No issues, FULL RECORDS SINCE NEW. Price $14,750 firm.

Considering the mileage, the asking price for this 944S2 is well within a reasonable range. With 65,000 miles on the clock, this is enough distance under this car’s tires to suggest it wasn’t a museum piece nor driven hard and put up wet. There are two things give me confidence in this car. First, there is a Porsche Club of America decal on the driver’s side rear window. Second, there is a Porsche 993 parked next to this 944 in some of the pictures. Also, the fact that this car has surfaced on Rennlist speaks volumes. Let’s hope this ’80s icon goes to a good home.


2012 Porsche 911 Carrera

Next year, the Porsche 911 will celebrate its 50th anniversary. What the sports car maker from Stuttgart will do to commemorate the occasion remains to be seen, but I thought it would be an opportune time to revisit this perennial favorite and highlight the latest development in the series, the 2012 Carrera, internally known as the 991. While changes to the exterior are subtle at best, one of the major features to be unveiled was a new 7-speed manual gearbox, a first for a production road car. While it is generally accepted that Porsche’s 7-speed dual cutch PDK transmission is faster and more efficient, I couldn’t fathom owning a 911 without three pedals. Weight is down on the new Carrera by 45 pounds and with the standard 3.4 liter, 345 horsepower flat six engine, performance is more than adequate for this rear engine marvel.

2012 Porsche 911 Carrera on eBay

This 911 ‘s level of quality is not meant for just anyone. It’s meant for the person who strives for a classy, comfortable, and luxurious car. Driven by many, but adored by more, the 911 is a perfect addition to any home. The 911 will provide you with everything you have always wanted in a car — Quality, Reliability, and Character.

This Porsche includes:

Wheel Caps with colored crest
Platinum Silver Metallic
Fuse box cover in leather
Sport exhaust system
Natural leather interior processing code
Delete rear lid model designation
Ornamental Porsche crest
Auto dimming interior/exterior mirrors
Carrera red, natural leather seat trim with full leather interior
Power tilt/slide sunroof with shield
Heated front seats with multi-stage controls

It’s rather chilling that on the same day Ferdinand “Butzi” Porsche passed away, the new 911 was declared World Sports Car for 2012. The man who designed the original 911 would have been proud. While some enthusiasts have derided the 911 for being an inherently compromised design throughout the years, continuous improvement has brought us to this point. The 911 has outlived both the front-engined 944 and 928 that were designed to succeed it and there seems no end in sight for this most venerable icon of German performance.


1996 Porsche 911 Turbo

The Porsche 993 will forever be immortalized by 911 enthusiasts. The last of the air-cooled 911s, this car was considered the pinnacle of Porsche engineering before the company sold out and started expanding offerings outside of the typical sports car genre. The Turbo was the latest in a long line of super fast 911s, and was the first Turbo to employ both twin turbochargers and all-wheel drive. With 400 horsepower on tap, these cars were capable of running to 60 mph in under four seconds, making it one of the fastest cars of the era. This Turbo for sale in New Jersey looks sinister in black and represents the first year of the Turbo for the 993.

1996 Porsche 911 Turbo on eBay

1996 Porsche 911 Turbo. Black on black leather. Only 33,917 miles. Rare collectible, looks stunning! Perfect color combination, 3M clear bra, H&R lowering springs, stainless steel exhaust tips, aluminum bezel dials, power seat package.

Condition: Unbelievable condition, runs and drives great. Paint is in excellent condition. Minor rock chips up front as can be expected but hardly noticeable. No accidents, clean auto check. Original tags throughout every panel. Non-smoker, wheels are in perfect condition. Garage queen.

Low mileage 993 Turbos have held their value well over time. Cars with under 30,000 miles can regularly bring $70,000 and higher. One must also keep in mind that the 1996 models differ from later 1997 and 1998 models, in that the later models had strengthened transmission shafts, a modifiable ECU and a passenger airbag shutoff sensor. While this car doesn’t have much more than 30,000 miles on the clock, there’s not much that makes it stand out amongst other mint Turbos on the market. I’d say the sweet spot for this car price wise would be in the $60,000 to $70,000 range.


1986 RUF BTR Slantnose

Last August, Nate featured a subtle brown metallic RUF BTR Slantnose for sale. Well, that car is back up for sale, listed with the same amount of miles with $8,000 knocked off the asking price. The seller lists the car as a new arrival, but according to our post last year, we know that is not the case. So what’s the story with this 911 warmed over by one of Germany’s most famous tuners?

1986 RUF BTR Slantnose on eBay

I’ve been eyeing this car for a few days, but sadly, the seller has not added any more information to the advertisement. If anyone out there knows more about the history of this awesome Slantnose, we’d love to hear from you. With so few built, it’s hard to place a value on such a car, but with similar vintage 911 3.2 Turbos with 20,000 miles and less selling for close to $100,000, perhaps the asking price of $115k isn’t too terrible considering it is a Slantnose and has RUF’s fingerprints on it.