1990 Porsche C2 911 (964) Carrera 2 Cabriolet .
Price just reduced to Sell! My Porsche is finished in original Guards Red paint with New Cashmere beige Leather interior and new carpets.
New Porsche convertible Top with new rear window.
Complete Custom Wheels and Tires made for this Porsche. Maybe 200 miles on tires. Wheels are light as a feather and polish up like chrome.
There are no mechanical issues. Runs Excellent with No mechanical issues. Always starts right up even after sitting for a month. Drives beautiful and strong. Had new clutch disc installed maybe 1000 miles ago, and tune up within last few thousand miles. I Don't drive very much. I bought the car with 112k miles on it. I drive the car about once a month to the store and back just keep things lubricated and working. -The numbers are stick on done for a photo shoot and can be just peeled off.
Dual distributors, dual spark plugs. Power seats. No Accidents. Always garaged and covered. So California with a Battery cut off switch.
G50 Manual 5-Speed manual Transmission, California Emissions certification in May 2022. · Driven 123,288 miles.
Recent rebuild of the shifting linkage and bushings has been done and new lines.
Beautiful all original all matching very well maintained 1990 Porsche 911 Carrera 2, C2 Cabriolet 964.
I have owned for almost 20 years. spent most of its life in my garage since I acquired the car 20 years aga. California vehicle. Have never had any issues with the Porsche. Overall excellent all original all matching original matching numbers Porsche 911 964, maybe the best Porsche model ever made, car runs and drives And shifts like new!
A Few items keep it from being Pristine:
-AC not connected. Replaced fan belt and never hooked up the ac after that.
-Right rear bumper has a wrinkle. I replaced the light bulb and didn’t install the light correctly and it fell out and melted the light from the exhaust.
-Chip in right side fog light from rock.
-Couple of the buttons on seat controls work are a little sticky/intermittent.
-Slight goober in paint under windshield. See picture. Been like that for 20 years I’ve had the car.
- The top goes up and down smoothly manually. The motor and all gears work fine. Locks and unlocks no problem, but when they replaced the interior and top, they didn’t connect the arms to the motors. The guy had kidney issue before I got a chance to bring it back. Arms need to be connected. Has tonneau cover for the convertible top.
-The spoiler wing stays up. I kept it up because I liked the look. Works smooth manually on cable, so either needs a motor or limit switch adjustment?
This is an exceptional example of a beautiful, reliable Porsche. I’ve had Porsches most of my life and know I am going to miss this one. Its never given me any problems whatsoever.
Ask me any questions,
Priced to sell. $59,995.