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1995 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe

At first glance I thought this 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe was going to be a very interesting color that I’d never seen before. But instead I think the lighting in the pictures was showing things a bit strangely. It turns out the color is Polar Silver, which although a nice shade of Silver isn’t something unfamiliar. This 911 itself, though, is still pretty nice! The miles are very low, it’s had one long-term owner (though apparently two owners overall), and everything is said to be original. As with many low-mileage 993s the price is pretty darn high, but the last of the air-cooled 911s have always seemed to have a premium attached.

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Year: 1995
Model: 911 Carrera
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 16,550 mi
Price: $84,900 Buy It Now

We are proud to offer this very low mileage & original 1995 911 C2 with only 16,550 miles since new.

Although carfax shows 2 owners I did buy this off the original owner who purchased it at 34 miles, he was a doctor who over cared for the car since new.
Finished in Polar Silver over black this 993 is mint inside and out… the original paint is mint with no road wear, interior is also in same condition and all original. Everything is in proper working order including the original radio. Mechanically perfect and fully serviced by Porsche of west palm less then 2 months ago. Full service history and mileage documentation is provided through its clean carfax. Factory LSD and full leather are one of the number of options it came with. A set of Cup 2 17″ can be included for an additional fee.

The pictures and mileage speak for it self, don’t miss out on the most original and lowest mileage C2 available right now.

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As a fairly standard 993 Coupe it doesn’t take too trenchant an analysis for me to say I don’t think it’ll sell for this price. I think even the very low mileage is too high to support this price and it also needs some other alluring aspect, whether that be a particularly great color or a host of rare options. Heck, for this price you should be able to find yourself a Carrera S. Granted, not one with 16K miles, but a Carrera S none the less.

I do wonder, however, what kind of price would make sense? I don’t think there’s any significant long-term value to be had here unless you want to wait a very long time. So I’d still view this 993 as one that should be bought to be enjoyed, even if sparingly. Meaning the premium paid for its current mileage ultimately will be lost as additional miles are added. Given that we easily can find a 993 priced in the $40Ks and $50Ks once the mileage moves above 50K miles I would think the highest anyone may want to stretch for this lower-mileage example shouldn’t exceed $60K by too much. That changes slightly for a buyer with a strong desire for Polar Silver, but even then it probably doesn’t change much. At that sort of price, I do think we’d have an attractive option though. There’s certainly a ton of life left in this 993 and it’s just waiting to be enjoyed.



  1. MR K
    MR K March 7, 2017

    Long time reader, first time commenter………A nicely kept 993 for sure, but the price is laughable. For $85k there are other 911s you could buy which are in my opinion more desirable/exclusive, such as a higher mileage 930 or 997.1 GT3. Alternatively, you could have a well spec’d basically brand new 991 4S for this money. If you must have a 993 with your $85k, I think a better long term investment would be a higher mileage C2S, followed closely by a C4S. Given that the “full service history is provided through carfax” (rather than a thick ol’ stack of receipts) I’d say somewhere between $60-65k would represent top of the market for this car. Even at that price, I’d spend my 911 money elsewhere.

  2. EdR
    EdR March 7, 2017

    I agree with Mr K. Much more desirable 911s out there for that kind of money. I wonder what these types of owners are thinking when they list cars for crazy money like this. Maybe he really wants to hang onto it hence the high price knowing no one will bite?…

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