1992 Porsche 968

I often sit back and wonder if Porsche will take the plunge once again and create a front-engined, four-cylinder coupe. With ever rising fuel costs and emissions concerns, it seems the time is ripe to exploit this market niche. Would a modern day version of the car we see here, the 968, work? One may never know. But in the meantime, why not enjoy the ultimate example of what was highly regarded as one of the best handling cars of its time? This 968 for sale in Georgia is originally a Southwest car, having over 100,000 miles on the clock and a host of maintenance items addressed as of late.

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Year: 1992
Model: 968
Engine: 3.0 liter inline-4
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 119,000 mi
Price: $9,995 Buy It Now

1992 Porsche 968 coupe in guards red with tan leather. Car has power seats, mirrors, sunroof, locks with security, six speed manual, AC, cruise, power sunroof and cruise control. This car came from Arizona and is solid and extra clean top and bottom. It was part of a collection and is only driven in nice weather. Everything works including clock and outside temperature gauge. Within the last 500 miles it has received new wheel bearings, factory Porsche brakes, new Koni Sport shocks and struts and new Hankook V12 tires on professionally powder coated factory wheels. This is an excellent driving and handling car and the only non original upgrade was to a New Alpine iPod compatable stereo with new JL Audio speakers all the way around including a JL Audio sub and amp hidden in the rear hatch area. I am embarking on a new start up business and have to sell some toys. Pick up only.

The car also has all new Porsche emblems, OEM headlamps and tail light lenses which are expensive from Porsche. Old ones had faded. Air conditioning works great and blow freezing air. Clean Carfax with no wreck history.

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If you are thinking about buying a 968 and haven’t already, it is worth your while to read Pablo’s primer on 968 ownership over at flüssig magazine. This one appears to be a clean example, but as usual, a PPI would be a wise move. This would reveal anything that may be lurking so the potential owner could budget accordingly. If the car is as sound as it appears cosmetically, this one is priced rather attractively.

-Paul

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  1. Sheesh. If this car passes the PPI, I’d say this is a great price. I adored my 968 and despite the color (why doesn’t Guards Red look attractive on this car, when it looks so great on a 944?) if I had an empty slot in my garage and some extra cash burning a hole in my pocket, I’d be very interested in this.

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