I’ve made it clear that I love Speed Yellow on a 911. When that particular 911 is the fantastic 993 C2S, then my love for this particular color grows even more. The 993 Carrera began with nearly perfect contours and in the guise of the Carrera S, with its widened rear fenders, the elegance of those contours comes across even more forcefully. The C2S possesses just the right balance of sporty aggressiveness and refined beauty. It’s no wonder the 993 has been so highly prized by Porsche enthusiasts and that’s before we even get to the engine, the last of the air-cooled 911s to be produced. As a complete package these cars are simply fantastic and are sure to have a firm hold on the hearts, and wallets, of collectors for years to come. The particular example seen here is a 1997 Speed Yellow 911 Carrera S located in California, which appears to share a garage with quite an array of vehicles!
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Model: 911 C2S
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 93,662 mi
1997 PORSCHE 911 CARRERA “S”. A VERY RARE “LOADED” EXAMPLE DRAPED IN YELLOW OVER BLACK LEATHER, WITH THE PREFERRED “6 SPEED” MANUAL TRANSMISSION.
DECODED WITH THE FOLLOWING OPTIONS.
X71 – Aluminium Instrument Dials
030 – Sport Group
159 – Motor Sound Package
220 – Locking Differential
224 – Active Brake Differential
235 – Porsche Approved Tires
373 – Left Sport Seat W/Power Height Adjuster
374 – Right Sport Seat W/Power Height Adjuster
408 – 18″ Technology Designed Wheels
454 – Automatic Speed Control
490 – HiFi Sound System
650 – Sunroof
688 – Radio CD – CDR210
THIS CAR IS HARD LOADED WITH A CLEAN CARFAX.
While I’m sure the lighting and photography is playing a role here, this particular 993 looks stunning and the depth of the color is far more striking than in previous versions I’ve featured. Prices for a 993 have never seemed to reach much of a low point and this car is no exception. Given the mileage this is priced at the top of the C2S market so I’d suspect the price here will have to come down. But with the direction Porsche values are heading, you never know.