With a new generation of Porsche’s evergreen sports car, the 911, upon us, now is a good time to look back at a more simple time, when the basic 911 was normally aspirated and air-cooled. This 993 for sale in Arizona is not a low-mileage collector car, but one that has certainly seen some action over two decades but looking no worse for wear. A new 911 will run you almost $90,000. For half of that ask, why not go vintage?
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Model: 911 Carrera 2
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 76,700 mi
Price: $45,000 Buy It Now
1996 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 (993) â€“ 76,700 Original Miles / Mint Condition
Highly desirable Guards Red with cashmere leather interior. This 1996 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 is a collector’s dream. The car was extremely well-maintained inside and out with no scratches, no curb rash or anything of that nature – everything is clean and in great shape. An all original and unmolested car.
The A/C blows cold and it is in perfect condition with absolutely nothing needed done to it. This Carrera 2 features a fantastic 6 speed manual transmission, power seats, heated seats, and a power sunroof. Interior is in excellent condition and the dash is crack free. Original air pump, tool kit and jack are included. 993 generation 911s are the last of the air-cooled Porsches and have been appreciating in the last few years as they represent a significant piece of the company’s history.
2 Master keys and the original ownerâ€™s manual are included. This vehicle has an impeccable CarFax report and no accidents. The car has always been garaged and covered. The car cover is included with the sale. $500 deposit due within 24 hours of close of auction via PayPal. Full Payment due within 7 days of auction close.
Considering the mileage and condition of this 993, the asking price is reasonable considering where prices are headed for these cars. We saw a https://germancarsforsaleblog.com/1995-porsche-911-carrera-coupe-3/ with over 100,000 miles sell for just shy of $56,000. That example was in a more rare shade of Riviera Blue and in similar condition to the car we see here. After speaking with Pablo Deferrari of flÃ¼ssig magazine, who runs a similar 993, he suggested to set aside about $10,000, as this kind of mileage is right around the time you’ll start to consider a valve job and engine reseal. Whatever the case may be, the last of these air-cooled 911s are not getting any cheaper, so if you’ve been after one, time is of the essence.