This Porsche 993 Carrera 4 Cabriolet is a rare 1997 car, which means it’s one of the last-ever air-cooled 911s, before the all-new 996 replaced it. It’s also got the later Varioram engine, which produces 285bhp.
Finished in Midnight Blue Metallic, this car features 18-inch Turbo twist wheels and a complete new hood, which is electrically operated and incorporates a wind-deflector. The interior boasts grey leather hard-backed Sports seats.
The Porsche has a well-documented service history and had had a lot of money invested in it in recent years. The last service was in September 2018 and included in that were new HT leads, new cam cover masters, new distributor caps and more – all at a cost of some £2500. At the same time, some minor rust around the windscreen was attended to and a new screen fitted – another £3300 invested.
Philip Raby Specialist Cars is refreshingly different. We like to build a friendly relationship with customers; before, during and after you buy from us. You won’t get a hard sell but you will get friendly and professional advice to ensure that we find exactly the right car for you. We have sold hundreds of Porsches and other specialist cars and have a vast experience to share with you.
Each car we sell goes through a thorough independent mechanical inspection and any faults found put right before sale. This ensures that your new car is ready for you to enjoy from day one. In the unlikely event you have a problem, we include 12 month’ MoT (without advisories) and a six-month warranty unwritten by us, which means that we will look after you. So do please get in touch for a chat and to arrange a visit. Part exchange and finance available.
Philip Raby says: “The combination of the classic 993 with open-top roof makes this Porsche a winning combination for the summer. The investment in the car’s mechanics makes it a joy to drive.”
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