The Pastel Yellow 1997 Porsche 911 we featured in March has been relisted, the price lowered by $5,000.
THE BELOW POST ORIGINALLY APPEARED ON OUR SITE March 25, 2014:
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1997 Porsche 911 Carrera on eBay
For all the Turbos, Club Sports, Slantnoses and miscellaneous other exclusive 911 models, there’s still something special for me about a standard, unmolested Carrera. Like many P-car fans, one of my favorites is the 993. This car struck a great balance between classic and modern. It’s been 15 years since production ended but these cars have firmly established themselves as a modern classic. This 1997 911 Carrera for sale in Miami is not a garage queen, but a moderately used example that would be attractive for someone seeking to use their classic 911 as intended.
Model: 911 Carrera
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 61,658 mi
Price: $45,993 Buy It Now
Rare 1997 Porsche 911 993 Carrera Coupe Factory Finished in Pastel Yellow over Black Leather
Low miles (only 61,658 miles)
Lots of recent documented service including:
New Front and Rear Bilstein Shocks
New European Spec M033 Porsche Lowered Springs
New Sachs Cluch Kit (Pressure Plate, Clutch Disc and Clutch Bearing)
Freshly rebuilt 6 speed manual transmission
Resealed engine including (upper and lower valve and timing covers)
Clean Unmolested body (SEE NOTES)
Interior is very very nice only shwing light wear in Driver Seat.
Air Conditioning works excellent
All electrical componets works as they should.
Over $10K in recent parts, labor & maintenance.
All services are documents and receipts are available for review.
WILL TAKE PRE-73s, 911 SC Coupes, 930’s, CARRERAs, 964 OR 993 AS PARTIAL TRADE OR FULL TRADE.
If you have any questions or would like detail pictures please do not hesitate to contact me Al @ Cell: 305-301-7545
It’s rather impressive that these 911s have retained the majority of their retail value from new. Few other cars of that era can brag about this, but perhaps it speaks to the brilliance of this particular Porsche. The follow up act of the water-cooled 996 series was less than well received, which helps to bolster the image and value of the 993 series 911. Depending on mileage, you can still find 993 Coupes in the $30,000 range. Considering comparable 911 Carreras I’ve seen lately, the asking price for this car isn’t too far off, if perhaps a few thousand dollars high. Perhaps the uncommon color is being taken into consideration, or the full documentation that is available. However, give it a few years at most and I’d suspect a 911 like this will have no problem pulling $50,000.