CPR Classic is delighted to offer this final-year 1994 Porsche 964 C2 Cabriolet painted in its original Slate Gray metallic over a Tan leather interior.
Original factory options include:
331 Blaupunkt Radio
437 8-way electrical seat, left
454 Automatic speed control
The car is a wonderfully kept example that has lived the majority of its life in the Southern California area. Initially delivered in Boca Raton Florida, the car remained there for just over two years before it was sold to its second owner, a southern California resident having covered only 8,000 miles. The car then spent from 1996 to 2014 in the Los Angeles and Orange County area with three different owners, each of them owning the car for at least four years.
In 2014 the car was purchased by one of our top collector clients and added to his collection in Alabama. The car had been driven a total of 56,000 miles up to this point. Our client drove the car about 10,000 miles over the next four years in fair weather and had it regularly serviced and maintained by a local shop in Alabama.
CPR recently acquired the car, and it now shows just under 67,000 original miles.
The car is a completely accident-free example that wears all of its original paint. Paint thickness registers between 3.0-7.0 mils throughout. Mechanically the car is outstanding with a very tight, sorted feel. The factory soft top is in excellent condition with no tears or imperfections. The soft top fits excellent with no air or water leaks and perfect seals throughout.
Porsche 964s are becoming very hard to find on the open market today. 964 coupes have skyrocketed in value in the last several years, making the 964 cabriolets a true bargain in today's market. If you are looking for a lovely driving, hassle-free convertible Porsche, this 964 is a must-consider example. Also, given the appreciation that 964s have seen in the past few years this cabriolet will serve as a great entry-level investment into the world of air-cooled Porsche ownership, where the new owner will stand to maintain or see a return on this 964 when it comes time to sell.
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