There are Porsches to buy. The market has many choices for model, rarity, and condition. Expensive resto-mods, back dates and perfect restorations are pushing the prices higher and higher. Nice, original cars are getting harder to find. Prices are on the rise due to a market correction, inflation and supply and demand constraints. Is there a bubble? Maybe? Will they get cheaper, doubtful, but one can always wait and hope. Otherwise you may miss out on a bucket list item, a daily driver or a chance for a special driving experience, as you hope another correction of softening comes. 3 Million AMC Apes may make it even harder, LOL!
This ultra Clean, Spectacular Condition 1995 Porsche 993 Coupe in a 6-speed Manual is one of those special cars. Grand Prix White with Black interior showing a CARFAX documented 103K miles. It is Absolutely Stunning. It has been well serviced with some records and it shows in the way it drives, performs and responds to the driver. The previous owner fell ill and we were not able to gather the decades of documentation. I have been driving it some and was annoyed by the single disc clutch and throw out bearing. Great for performance and a cheaper replacement, but Stuttgart chose a Dual Mass for a reason. Since we did not have the latest service, we decided to pull the engine this past week and go through it. We have the services of a factory trained master tech with 356 to 993 experience. He said the car NEEDS NOTHING. It had a new main seal installed and he sees where the engine has been gone through - external clues. Maybe a touch bit of weeping at the cam towers, but probably from lack of use. Air Cooled 911's are meant to be driven, heat cycled and enjoyed. Pouring oil out is unacceptable and that should be corrected. But tearing a motor down and trusting it to human error should be avoided at all cost when possible. We are installing a BRAND NEW Dual-Mass FLYWHEEL, clutch pressure plate, bearing, fork, bushings etc. This will be years of trouble free driving. Our inspection has revealed recently done brakes, brake lines, suspension wear items and a clean tidy undercarriage. I have photo documentation of the engine drop and clutch items that will be added to our site - www.carnutdallas.net This 993 is a great color, almost pristine interior, near perfect body (one ding and scratch just in front of drivers side quarter panel stone guard. Can't see in pics - Size of a small dime.) The front bumper has been refinished, most paint seems to meter within original range, no sign of body damage or repair. We have priced the vehicle accordingly. The buy it now price includes 4 new Michelin Tires. Not needed, but current tires are just over 5 years old. I have driven at speed with no issue or concern, but wanted to provide some additional value to a serious buyer who recognizes a nice car. Open to reasonable offers with the make offer option. We sell nice cars. Cars we own, consign, collect, drive and enjoy. We are a small hobby dealer as you can see in our description.
This 993's Option codes are as follows:
C02 US Standard Emissions
XD4 Wheel caps with colored Porsche crest
030 Sports suspension
233 Internal production code (change of tyre manufacturer on production line)
331 Cassette-radio Becker Porsche CR-1
398 17" wheels
437 8-way electrical seat, left 438 8-way electrical seat, right
454 Automatic speed control
490 Sound system
692 6-disc CD changer Becker Porsche CDC-3
$74,993.00 (with New Michelins) obo. -Rob aka Carnutdallas