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1995 Porsche 911 Carrera 993 C2
World Class Motorcars of St Louis MO is offer a rare opportunity to own what most people consider to be the most iconic porsches of all time This is a 1995 Porsche 911 C2 Coupe with a six speed manual transmission. This 911 (993) was only produced for 4 model years and it is the last generation of the air/oil cooled engine Porsches. Hailed as a significant advance in technology and styling. According to Porsche the car was redesigned from the ground up with only 20% parts carry over from the previous generation 911 (964) This Car is finished in Polar silver with black leather interior. The engine is a 3.6L naturally aspirated six cylinder that develops 272 hp mated to 6 speed manual transmission Factory options include a electric sliding sunroof, 17" 5 spoke "Cup" wheels, in dash amfmcd and factory power driver and passenger seats The car is nicely optioned and runs and drives as it should
This 911 is in very good condition THe car benefits from what appears to be a total refinish of the painted surfaces. No evidence of structural or sheet metal repairs or replacement is present. The lower rear valance does show some minor paint peel as shown in the pictures The paint work appears to be consistent over the entire body and all done at the same time. The Leather interior is in above average condition for the age and miles There are no rips or tears in the leather and wear is minimal The dash and other plastic parts show no cracks or broken pieces and the carpet is in great shape The vehicle appears to have had 5 previous owners The first owner, from Florida, put the majority of the milage on the car in the first ten years of ownership We have service history dating back to year 2000 from that owner that included regular maintenance and AC work including a new evaporator core. The second ownership period spanned only one year and 6k miles and included two trips to the franchised Porsche dealer in Tucson AZ for maintenance including new shocks up front and brake pads and rotors In 2006 the vehicle went to owner number 3 in Atlanta GA where it resided for 6 years. Hard copy records are not available from this period but the Carfax indicates a dealer visit and independent shop visits during the 6k miles ownership time In late 2012 the car was sold to and individual in California We have a complete hard copy service history from him including Clutch replacement, timing chain covers resealed, front suspension work, transmission service and motor mounts. This is also when the car received the replaced OEM 17" wheels The car arrived in Missouri in 2015 having only had 2500 miles added by the previous owner The Missouri owner is well known to me and a German car enthusiast and collector. He performed numerous services over his 3 year plus and 6k mile ownership period Most notably was the replacement of the radio with and OEM indash amfmCD. installation of a FDMotorsports short throw shifter kit (very mild) and new filters and belts. In the last month the car has had new tires, wheels refinished, a new battery, new alternator, slave cylinder, cooling fan and sunroof seals as well as a fresh fluid and filter service The car is accompanied by a replacement 1996 deck lid (somewhere along the way someone didn't like the "basket handle spoiler on the 1995 model) I put the original back on as I think it identifies the car as a first year 993 model. I also have a new set of OEM floor mats, an additional steering wheel, new plastic "spats' rock protectors that have never been installed and numerous filters The car was just professionally cleaned and detailed and is sitting warm and dry in our enclosed heated facility. Everything on the car appears to be in good working order and the car drives and performs as it should.
This is an exceptional example of a driver quality 993 The car appeared on BaT in august of 2015 Concerns that were pointed out at that time included a rear main seal leak and off color paint work. Inspection of the rear main seal reveals what I call seepage not a dripping leak and not uncommon As far as the paint I can see where some would think that there are off color panels but honestly the paint is consistent and the off color looks are due to lighting and the angles shot. It appears to have been well taken care of and I believe will provide a substantial amount of driving time without the need for any additional servicing