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1994 Porsche 911 Speedster

Another rare, low-mileage, 964 and another very high price. This time, however, we have an auction in which the reserve has been met so we should be able to get a reasonable idea of the current market. After the 964 Speedster, Porsche fans would have to wait nearly two decades for another Speedster variant to appear and as the last of the air-cooled models the 964 is sure to remain a hit. Also, while none of the 911 Speedsters have been as stripped down as the original iteration of the 356, the 964 Speedster may be the closest of the bunch. Based on the narrow-bodied Carrera 2, the lines of this Speedster show a familiar resemblance to the original and remind us of some of Porsche’s earliest low-frills performance machines. The particular example featured here comes from a collection of Speedsters: a triple Black 1994 Porsche 911 Speedster, located in Arizona, with just 10,456 miles on it.

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Year: 1994
Model: 911 Speedster
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 10,456 mi
Price: Reserve Auction (reserve met)

1994 Porsche 911 / 964 Speedster
Exterior Color: (A1) Black
Interior color: Black
10,456 Original Miles

C02-Catalytic convertor for US emissions
573- Air Conditioner system
454- Automatic Speed control
331-AM/FM Cassette with 2 Door Speakers

This is a 2 owner from new 1994 Speedster in the most desired color combination of Triple Black and has just 10,456 original miles on the odometer. One of only 427 Speedsters made for the US market in 1994. This Particular example has had the luxury of spending 14 of it’s 20 years on the road in the Phoenix valley area. The condition clearly shows that the vehicle was well kept, in a garage and never in the elements. The previous owner bought this stunning Speedster in 2002 from the original owner. He was a Porsche enthusiast to say the least, he had 10 other Porsche’s in his collection ranging from a 57 Speedster, 89 Speedster, 53 Pre A, to a 65 SC Cabriolet etc…. The perfect home you’d want to buy any collectable Porsche from.

As you would expect this vehicle is all original paint, comes complete with the original tool roll, Factory Tape/AM/FM Radio, Porsche air pump with spare tire, Service books and manuals, Speedster supplement manual, Leather pouch, spare keys, wheel lock keys, complete service records from new and a clean Carfax report. Complete matching numbers car including engine and transmission as well as all original metal body panels wearing their factory installed vin # decals.

Please call Tim at (310) 384-5554 to have your questions answered or to book an inspection for this Speedster. It has just been serviced at Porsche North Scottsdale.


I feel like it’s been a while since I’ve come across (or written about) a basic black on black Speedster. Nothing fancy or showy, just a rich black exterior with a subdued black interior. While I always appreciate the wide variety of interior options offered by Porsche it is nice, at times, to come back to something basic. Of course, with the car here that basic tint surrounds and engulfs a pretty special machine nearly masking the brilliance of the car itself. And that’s just fine. Other than a few creases in each seat this car shows very little wear and sits as a time capsule back to its inception. Even if never as pure as the original 356 Speedster, these still arrived as a lower frills option to the standard Carrera 2 and surely will command exceptional long-term value.


One Comment

  1. Cole
    Cole December 31, 2014

    I’ve never been excited about Speedster variations of the 911 – they just don’t look right. I can appreciate the rarity, and the values they command, but those same attributes make it “undriveable” – god forbid it gets in an accident or anything like that. I’ll leave these for the uber-rich to look at, there are many other great 911’s that can be had for 1/5th to 1/10th of the price. I just can’t really say “wow” aside from how much they are worth. A standard cabriolet looks much more stunning, top up and down….. A turbo Cab 930 is just gorgeous…

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