1990 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Cabriolet.
Grand Prix White.
Black Leather Interior.
Books, Manuals, 2-Keys. Boot Cover, Tools, Spare and a Jack.
This elegant looking Grand Prix 964 Cabriolet truly emanates performance on the road, and is a constant head turner.
The exterior is in superb condition, with the paint amazingly being all original. This has been verified by paint meter readings.
The interior is upgraded with great looking Sport Seats, which are in really nice shape. The rest of the interior looks great as well, including the soft top that is like brand new.
Performance wise, this 911 is spot on! It has good power, handles well, shifts with ease, and sounds great.
The 964 models are becoming highly desirable, and in many ways have been recently rivaling their younger 993 siblings in popularity and price. Too many Porsche enthusiasts, it is the signature Porsche curves on these cars that make them stand out above all others.
Options for this car are:
158 - Cassette-radio Blaupunkt Reno SQR 46.
437 - 8-way electrical seat, left.
438 - 8-way electrical seat, right.
454 - Automatic speed control.
494 - Amplifier.
900 - Accession of the car at the factory.
Collector car financing available at competitive rates.
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