- Just 64k Seller-Stated Miles
- Stunning Black on Black Livery
- 272hp Air-Cooled, 3.6L ‘Flat-6’ Engine
- Equipped w/ Preferred 6-Speed Manual Transmission
- All-Wheel Drive Power Delivery
- Includes Factory Books, Manuals, 2 Keys + Remotes
When Porsche introduced the new 993-series 911 in 1994, it rewrote history as the last air-cooled 911 generation and was advertised as having 85% new content. Ushering in a stiffer bodyshell, the 993 also featured an all-new rear suspension, updated interior, bigger brakes with enhanced ABS, and wider wheels. Power is delivered by an updated, more-powerful 3.6L engine rated at 272hp with a new maintenance-free hydraulic valvetrain and innovative VarioRam intake system with variable-length runners. A new 6-speed manual gearbox allowed drivers to take full advantage of the engine’s wider power band, maximized by the Carrera 4, utilizing an all-new AWD system and weighing half as much as that used by the outgoing 964-series cars for even better response.
With 63k miles of use and the driver-preferred 6-speed manual transmission, this 993-generation 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Coupe looks fabulous in black paint over black leather upholstery. Advertised as being excellent in condition, it’s predictably a joy to drive. The body retains proper quality, the engine runs strongly, and the Bilstein shock-equipped suspension is right and tight, according to the seller. They also advise the transmission shifts smoothly and a new clutch was installed in January. Prior to that, the car was comprehensively serviced including the brakes, fuel pump, and full fluid change. The interior is impressive on its own merits, with virtually flawless upholstery, 12-way adjustable seats with lumbar support and heating. A new, big-ticket Porsche Classic radio includes Apple Play, Bluetooth, and GPS. All books/manuals, two keys, and remote fobs are included with this high-quality example of one of Porsche’s best and last air-cooled models.
Porsche collectors, owners and enthusiasts universally revere the 993-series cars for their all-around excellence and end-of-line status as the final air-cooled Porsche 911 generation. Our subject car is 1 of 508 imported to North America, according to good printed sources, and seems to be a quality example with great colors and options, without excessive mileage. Other virtues include the fact it’s an all-wheel drive Carrera 4 with the most desired 6-speed transmission. The seller also states the car is a non-OBD model, avoiding the dreaded “Check Engine” lights of later-model cars. Regarding valuations, Hagerty’s current range runs from $33,500 for a #4 driver with issues, all the way up to $85k for a top-notch #1 car. Our subject vehicle’s asking price comes just under the midpoint separating #2 and #3 examples and represents solidly fair market pricing, in our opinion.