This 1991 Porsche 964 Cabriolet has covered 74,180 miles since new and is finished in classic Guards Red with a contrasting tan interior. The current owner describes this car to be in excellent condition, especially when considering its age and mileage. This cabriolet retains both its original 3.6L (M64) engine and 5-speed transaxle, which the owner states are in excellent running condition.
Accompanying the vehicle are its original keys, books, tonneau boot cover and tools. Purchased by the seller in 2017 with just over 70k miles, this vehicle has been driven sparingly since and used primarily for nice-weather driving.
According to the Carfax, mileage entries were entered periodically since the vehicle was originally sold to its first owner in Lake Ozark, MO back in 1991 . The current owner believes it to still have all of its original paint and is able to supply records dating back to 2016. Completed by Z Mech in NC, a comprehensive engine-out service and clutch replacement were done just prior to his purchase.
The photo set clearly shows this vehicle to be in excellent cosmetic condition including the soft top which shows no visible signs of excessive wear. Only minor wear and tear is noted to be present. The seller states there have been no mechanical modifications to the vehicle other than the air intake. The original Blaupunkt radio is present, however, it is reported that the speakers will need to be replaced. A/C, heat, and windows are reported to be in good working order. A recent visit to his mechanic gave way to the following findings:
The Porsche 964 Generation is considered by many to be the best of all Air-Cooled Porsche models. The 964 elegantly blends traditional 911 design elements with a sporty yet comfortable ride quality. The dashboard retains many elements of the G-body cars while introducing new technologies such as dual airbags, ABS brakes, and Power steering. Mounted in front of the more modern feeling shifter are controls for the power door locks and active aero spoiler. A number of of mechanical advancements were also introduced with the 964, such as redesigned suspension components and the M64 engine.