I have had this thing going on in the back of my head, my wife calls it “the voices.” Well they have been strong and they want another Porsche. I am guessing it is a 993, preferably a soft top, you know because Oregonians get so much sun. Something a little like this…
From the seller –
“Stunning 1996 993 Convertible Low miles, Rebuilt Engine less than 1K miles ago, Rare Color combo.
Very nice paint and super clean Chestnut Brown Interior.
Beautiful 1996 Porsche 993 911 C2 Convertible. Polar Silver metallic with Chestnut Brown leather interior. Only 77,XXX original miles. 6 Speed manual transmission, AC with climate control, keyless entry, 18 turbo Chrome twists wheels, cruise control Porsche, 6-CD changer aluminum gauges star shield on hood supple leather seats. Includes Manuals, Receipts and service records, Original Tool wrap, Air Pump and chestnut brown Convertible to Cover.
Engine was rebuilt less than 1K miles ago, Runs excellent, Fresh brakes and Clutch.
Rebuilt included, all new bearings, full head job including guides, chains, rails, ect.
911, 930, 993 trades welcomed.”
Neat car, I love the interior but this is coming from someone that owned a SLK with a similar color treatment. It looks to be in wonderful condition and will treat the new owner very well.
The question I have is, why did the motor go at 76k miles? I know it is a Porsche and there really is no rhyme or reason to these sorts of things. But the fallacy is that the air cooled motors are more reliable than those new fangled water cooled engines.
All things being equal I would rather have a rebuilt motor than one in questionable shape I suppose. At $37k it is no bargain but it is one of the last of the air cooled 911’s with a rebuilt motor, in a rare color combination, in very nice shape.
This does nothing to calm the voices.