The description will be short and simple. The car looks and runs perfect. This Porsche 964 was manufactured in 1991 and supplied to Canada. Imported to Poland in 2015. Guards Red with black interior. 120760 km on the clock. Original paint. Great condition. The engine and transmission runs smoothly. New tires. New battery. All fluids up to date. Everything works. Nothing to say more. Pure perfection.
The car drives and looks great. Absolutely everything works in it and is fully complete, no accidents. It is a unique version, because the car has NOT been equipped with air conditioning at the factory. That’s right – it is not there and it is extremely rare. The color is a beautiful blue called Marine Blue Metallic. The interior also matches the rest with navy blue leather. Carrera 2 stands for rear-wheel drive. And this, combined with the manual gearbox, is the most coveted combination of the last classic-looking Porsche. I agree that the 993 is the last classic Porsche, but the 964 is the last of those that look like a real classic Porsche 911.
A Porsche 914 project car. Built in 1974. Desirable 2.0 engine. All parts you need to finish the project are available.
Solid 911 2.7 produced in 11/74 with 915 Gearbox. The car was originally Bitter Chocolate but during his life it was repainted to Guards Red. Due to the age red paint started to chip off giving superb “patina” look. Interior is Cinnamon. Car has 110k miles on the clock. Porsche Production Specification Certificate.
A beautiful Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Coupe manual for sale. The car was manufactured in 1990 and supplied for the European market. Around 317000 km on the clock but don’t get it as a reason to complain. The car runs and drives perfectly. Beautiful Marine Blue Metallic. Color code: 35V. Interior is black. Desirable manual transmission. Cup Italian replica wheels. The car had an accident in the past. The right rear fender was replaced by a Porsche Service Center. Unfortunately the work wasn’t done correctly. There’s a big bubble on the paint on the top welding part of the fender, close to the rear quarter window. Technically the car is perfect. Everything works. It’s a great car if you consider buying a reliable daily driver.
Porsche 911 Targa from 1977 with a 3.2 engine and a matching 915 transmission. The car is painted to the Guards Red but the factory color was Copper Brown Metallic. Beige interior. 185000 miles on the clock. Boxster roller wheels. Engine works but there’s a big oil leak. The engine needs to be rebuilt. Casual rusty spots in B pillars. Rear skinny fender arches were replaced by Carrera ones. Not the perfect job. There’s a lot of rust in between on the welding area. The car was bought in the US. Unfortunately it was damaged by the shipping company during the transportation to our place. Windshield, hood with the lock and the panel under the windshield need to be replaced. It’s a great base for a backdating project because the engine is not matching but it’s stronger. Moreover, mentioned body parts need to be replaced anyway.