1994 Porsche Carrera 911 Widebody
99,333 original miles
1 of 230 produced Widebody 964’s
B and B exhaust and K&N Air Filter
Aftermarket leather center console
Two Owner Car
Recent Valve adjustment, reseal, and clutch
This rare 1994 Porsche 964 Widebody came out of long ownership in Salt Lake City. Always maintained well with a recent clutch, full service, valve adjust, and reseal totaling $6,800 and including full books, tools, pump, and spare. No accident history is present and the paint meters consistently all around with factory specification.
The interior is in stunning condition with no rips or tears, the full leather dash and interior has no peeling or damage to it. The aftermarket deck sounds great with no cracking or ringing in the speakers and gives you bluetooth capability. All the gauges and switches function properly and the odometer reads 99,333 which is the true mileage. The sunroof fits well, makes a perfect seal, and operates properly. Comes with an original center console that has an adjustable cup holder inside. The trunk is in perfect condition with a flawless carpet kit.
The engine bay is extremely clean with no leaks or damage. With a fresh valve adjustment, reseal, and brand new clutch this widebody is ready to go. Oil pressure and temp stays consistent and reads correct. The cup wheels are original and are in great condition with no damage all the way around.
Here is a great opportunity to own a true 1994 Porsche Carrera Widebody. Please contact us for an international shipping quote or for any additional questions.
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