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1993 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Coupe

Seemingly out of the no where, the 964 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 has turned into quite the valuable asset – if you want to call them that. Just this month we saw two black Carrera 2 examples sell for $124,000 and $123,456. Outliers in the grand scheme of things? Sure. However, that doesn’t mean it won’t be the start of a trend or sellers thinking their rose has finally bloomed and asking for prices in line with that. Case in point, this Japanese-spec 1992 Carrera 2 finished in the wonderful Wimbledon Green Metallic. It even has some extra fun stuff like Cup 1 wheels and the factory sport seats. The price? Well, if you were in on those black examples, you’re in the right ballpark.

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Year: 1993
Model: 911 Carrera 2 Coupe
VIN: WP0ZZZ96ZPS401735
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 102,456 mi
Location: Miami, Florida
Price: $124,900 Buy It Now

1993 Porsche 911 Carrera 964

Now available for sale is a unicorn spec Porsche 964 C2. This euro ( ROW ) 911 came factory ordered in special order Wimbledon green metallic, no sunroof, with stone gray sport seats. The car was in Japan since new until it was imported to the United States by us with all EPA and subsequent paperwork. Paint of the car presents nicely. Paint meter readings available. There are a couple of stone chips on the front bumper and other minor scratches but no major dents or dings. Euro Bosch headlights are in great condition with no cracks or evidence of fading. Unique to euro cars the headlights are actually height adjustable with a switch next to the light controls. All glass on the car is original with appropriate stampings. Rear decklid spoiler operates as it should and comes up at 55mph or can be controlled with the knob in the center console.

Interior is in excellent condition. The car was factory optioned with sport seats which show little to no bolster wear and are free of any rips cuts or tears. All electronics inside the car function as they should. Multi way adjustable seats are free moving and work perfectly. Rear seats look like new and like they have never been sat in. All power functions work including windows and power aero mirrors. All the gauges work as they should there is some fading on the plastics and other normal wear. Odometer currently shows 164,887 Kilometers due to the fact it is euro its in kilometers it translates to about 102k miles. Full headliner is in good shape and is not sagging. There are a couple records indicating a New AC compressor AC Evaporator and full charge of R134 refrigerant was performed in 2019. AC blows cold and the heater works as well. In the frunk area full carpet is present, underneath is the inflatable spare tire and tools. On the driver fender the original paint code sticker is still present.

The 1993 Porsche 911 comes with a 3.6L Flat 6 naturally aspirated engine. Engine produces 247 horsepower and 228 lb/ft of torque. Being a sunroof delete car brings the curb weight down under 3000 pounds. Power is delivered through the smooth shifting 5 speed “g-50” manual transmission. In 2013 a documented engine out service was performed on the car which included piston rings, valve seals, valve guides, head gasket and crankcase gasket. In addition an OEM clutch kit was installed new starter and new fuel filter. In 2017 the master cylinder and release cylinder were replaced as well as new wheel bearings, shifter bushings, and brakes as well as a full car fluid flush. The car runs fantastic. No smoke blows on cold start, idle is steady oil pressure is strong. The car is very fun to drive the factory suspension is tight and handling is great. Engine pulls through every gear effortlessly and shifts smooth with no grinding or hesitation of any kind.

Bottom of the car is very clean. Floors look good, all the factory engine covers are still present. There is no rust and there is alot of the Porsche factory cosmoline ( under coating) still present. Another advantage to this car is in 1993 Porsche fixed the major leak issues the 964s had by updating the cylinder heads and installing gaskets. This car is not leaking oil and is very dry underneath.

Purchaser will receive clean Florida title, 2 keys, books and manuals, as well as all records ( Japanese). Along with the records which includes the engine out service is several photos which document step by step the service which was done in 2013.

Over 100 photos available as well as video

vin is wp0zzz96zps401735

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Located in Miami, Florida 33126
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Outside of the squashed in lower front bumper, this one looks like a winner. It looks like the engine-out rebuilt was taken care of less than 10 years ago and the clutch service was also done not too long ago. Personally, I dig the color combo. It is certainly much better than black, and the grey leather is a nice touch and thankfully not tan.

You could have guessed this one was going to be expensive. $125,000 in fact, which makes it seem reasonable compared to those two cars I was looking at earlier. It is crazy to think less than two years ago that was 911 Turbo money, but hey, welcome to the 2020s. In all honesty, as long as this one checks out, it shouldn’t be a bad buy – as long as you do something about that frowny face front bumper.

– Andrew

One Comment

  1. Greg
    Greg December 29, 2021

    Not a crazy price based on recent sales. No sunroof and a post ’91 car is always preferable, even though most of the early leakers have been dealt with. I love the color and Cup I wheels. I had a similar 964 15 years ago (when they were worth about 20% of the current value!), a Turkis Green over Cashmere manual C2 coupe. They are great cars and I prefer them over the 993.

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