1993 Porsche 968

For some time, the 968 has enjoyed a stellar reputation as one of Porsche’s best all around cars. Comfortable yet quick, great around town and on the highway, perfectly balanced and capable of carrying a greater load than the 911, the 968 is a supremely versatile chassis coupled with a great motor. While it wasn’t quite as explosive as the Turbo S models were out of the box, the 968 with the 6-speed nevertheless was a more flexible package – easy to loaf around town in but also capable of dashes up the tach. The torque is constant and omnipresent; there’s no ‘floor it and wait for the boom’ of the Turbo here. Yet despite the great reputation for longevity, the nicely updated looks with integration of the 928 lineage, and being the last of the front-engined Porsches until the Cayenne and Panamera, the 968 has not grown in value anywhere close to the 964 and 993 have. That means as an enthusiast you get one heck of a bargain in performance:

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Year: 1993
Model: 968
Engine: 3.0 liter inline-4
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 84,755 mi
Price: $18,500 Buy It Now

1993 Porsche 968

WE HAVE JUST ADDED TO OUR EXTENSIVE EXOTIC CAR INVENTORY A BEAUTIFUL 1993 PORSCHE 968 COUPE IN GUARDS RED WITH TAN LEATHER INTERIOR AND ONLY 84900 MILES. THIS 968 IS LOADED WITH: 6 SPEED, BLACK SEAT PIPING, POWER SUNROOF, WHEEL CRESTS AND MORE. BUY THE BEST FROM THE BEST!!!

As our friends at Flussig Magazine are fond of noting, correcting unmaintained versions of these cars can not only be time consuming but also very expensive. A poorly maintained car’s purchase price can easily be doubled in repairs over a shockingly short time. This 968 certainly looks extremely well cared for; everything from the wheels to the interior looks spot on and miles are lower. I especially love the black trimmed piping on the interior and the amazingly clean engine bay. However, no maintenance records are provided – at the asking price, I’d certainly like to see them. If a PPI checks out, this car seems well priced for the condition and should provide its new owner with smiles for years to come – and one of the best values in classic Porsches which has yet to be fully appreciated.

-Carter

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