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For Sale: 1993 Porsche 968 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Vehicle Description

- Chassis # WPOZZZ962PS815259
- 1 Of 1232 Produced Worldwide
- A French Market Example Showing Just 68,000 KM From New
- Finished In "Speed Yellow" with Matching Body Colored Hardback Sport Seats
- Factory Equipped With A/C, LSD, Standard Bucket Seats, And No Sunroof
- Sale Includes Factory Books, Spare, and Jack, Porsche COA, As Well As Available Service Records

When Porsche released the 968 in 1991, it was the last of a few things, including the last new front-engined Porsche until the Cayenne arrived in 2003 and the last of a series of water-cooled front-engine rear-wheel drive models that began in 1976 with the 924 and later the 944. While the 968 was supposed to be yet another revised model of the 944, dubbed the S3, Porsche decided it would be best to make it its own model thanks to the significant changes the engineers had made to the chassis.

To appease those with a love for speed, Porsche released a lightweight version of the 968 dubbed the “Clubsport” from October 1992 to 1995. Many of the luxury features of the 968 were removed or made an option in pursuit of sheer performance. The car had less sound deadening, manual windows, manually adjustable lightweight Recaro racing seats a revised and lowered suspension system, wider 17-inch wheels, a thicker, three-spoke sports steering wheel with no airbag, non-heated washer jets, no engine bay vanity covers, no rear wiper, no rear seats, and a smaller battery. 1993 Clubsport models were only available in Grand Prix White, Black, Speed Yellow, Guards Red, or Maritime Blue with matching seat backs. Clubsport decals were standard in either black, red, or white, but they could also be deleted if wanted.

The 968 CS used the same 3.0 L M44 I4 engine from the regular 968 backed by either a 6-speed manual, which this one is equipped with, or 4-speed Tiptronic automatic. The Clubsport weighed 2,910 lb (1,320 kg), or around 220 lb (~100 kg) lighter than the regular 968, which gave it a 5.6 second 0-60 mph time and a top speed of 162 mph (260 km/h).

Clubsport models were only available in the UK, Europe, Japan, and Australia, and a total of 1232 were produced over three years.

This particular example, Chassis # WPOZZZ962PS815259, was first registered in August 1993 in the Netherlands. It was painted in Speed Yellow over a Black/Speed Yellow Leatherette & Cloth interior, the same color scheme it wears today. Options included Equipment for France, a higher amperage battery, the rare limited-slip differential, air conditioning, and the anti-theft package, according to the Porsche Production Specifications document. It was very well maintained throughout the years, with a plethora of service records attesting to this.

Some significant service records to note are new adjustable Koni shocks from V.D. Gugten in Bodegraven, Netherlands, in March of 2013 and new timing belts from RS Motors Porsche Centre West-Vlaanderen in Ingelmunster, Belgium, on July 5th of 2018.

Around 2018, the car was imported into New Hampshire, where it was enjoyed until we acquired it sometime in June of 2023. We entrusted Mark Cavanaugh in Beverly, NJ, with performing the few services this 968 CS needed to be as perfect as it could be. Items included new door handle gaskets, windshield wipers, lower plastics, thermostat & seals, wheelhouse liners, power steering reservoir & hose, along with a few hose clamps, minor touchups, and repairs.

If a track car is what you’re after, you cannot go wrong with a Porsche 968 CS, especially one with the LSD option like this one. The difference in handling will absolutely be clear over one without the LSD, and the impact of the 220 lb loss over the regular 968 is hard to overstate. Upon purchase, the new owner will receive the original owner’s manual, tool kit, factory brochures, German paperwork, the service records on file, and an extra set of keys.

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Vehicle Details

  • 1993 Porsche 968
  • Listing ID: CC-1778667
  • Price: $89,000 (OBO)
  • Location:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Year:1993
  • Make:Porsche
  • Model:968
  • Exterior Color:Speed Yellow
  • Interior Color:Black
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Odometer:45000
  • Trim Level:Clubsport
  • VIN: WPOZZZ962PS815259
  • Title Status:Clear
  • Restoration History:Unrestored
  • Exterior Condition:Very Good
  • Seat Material:Cloth
  • Engine History:Original
  • Engine Condition:Running
  • Drive Train:Rear-wheel drive
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