A little while back I wrote about the joys of top-down motoring. And, of course, the weather has not been cooperative since then. Nonetheless, sunnier days are ahead so I shall return to that theme with what looks to me like a pretty nice example: a Black 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet with just under 61,000 miles on it. Of particular note on this 911 is its interior, which features beautiful Flamenco Red leather throughout with just the right amount of black contrast in the dash and carpets. That interior is a pretty rare find on a 993 and it looks really good here. As always, its contrast with the black exterior shows very well and serves to liven up the atmosphere created by that dark exterior color. That the Cabriolet makes the interior extra visible just makes it all the better.
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Model: 911 Carrera Cabriolet
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 61,000 mi
1995 porsche 911 carrera
Ultra Rare Full Red flamenco interior with black exterior.
â€œFull Red Leather Interiorâ€
Air-Cooled 911 C2 Manual
Pristine with 61k original miles.
Never been in an accident, clean carfax. Mint.
I have added:
18inch porsche 993 OEM BBS sport classic 2 wheels
brand new tires less than 1k miles ago.
I have the original Porsche cup 2 wheels
I have added Fister stage 2 exhaust
I have the original exhaust as well .
The only after market part would be the Alpine stereo
I do not have the OEM stereo
Car has 61k miles, I am a PCA member and have had and currently have many other porsches. This is the most reliable and pristine air cooled 911 Iâ€™ve had so far without a single drop of oil or even smoke on a cold start.
Everything works including AC.
Comes with convertible tonneau and wind deflector.
Always been garaged under car cover and been detailed professionally
Please contact me if you have any further questions. 310-562-2046
There is a 993 Cab that lives up the street from me and I always find myself pausing to take a closer look any time I walk by it. It’s not a particularly special example – a fairly standard silver over black combination – but its owner keeps it in very nice condition. I am most taken by its size relative to a modern 911 Cabriolet. We’re all quite familiar with the way cars have gotten larger over the years, but due to the gradual nature in which this occurs it sometimes isn’t until we see an older car in person that the point hits home. Were that 993 in a combination like this one I think I’d appreciate it quite a bit more, but I do love the more compact nature of the 993.
This one appears to have a lot going for it beyond the striking color combination. Everything looks to be in fine shape and there’s little apparent wear. Given its age the mileage is quite reasonable as well and it’s high enough that you should be able to enjoy it without worrying about the additional mileage harming its value. It has both an aftermarket exhaust and wheels, but the owner has the originals. The BBS wheels look quite good on the 993 and I even think they might be an upgrade over the standard cup wheels. We aren’t told much about its level of documentation, but it’s said to be in good working order. To top it all off the price itself doesn’t seem too bad. If you’re a fan of this red interior, then I think it makes for a pretty nice deal. Especially for one of the last of the air-cooled Cabriolets.