1991 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet

$42,900

Body Color
White
Stock
20KCCP911
Vin
WP0CB2964MS460881
Miles
100,199
Engine Size
3.6L H6
Transmission Type
5 Speed Manual
Body Color
White
Stock
20KCCP911
Vin
WP0CB2964MS460881
Miles
100,199
Engine Size
3.6L H6
Transmission Type
5 Speed Manual

Rebuilt 964

White
Black
3.6L H6
5 Speed Manual

1991 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 (964 Series) Cabriolet

- 3.6L H6
- 5 Speed Manual Transmission
- Fully Serviced

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This properly maintained 964 just had the following service done in July of 2020:
- New Clutch
- New Flywheel
- New Head Gasket
- All New Spark Plugs
- Ignition Distributor Drive Belt
- Power Steering Belt
- Shaft Seal Replaced
- Engine: all new bearing seals, new cylinder head studs, and valve job
- New Tires
- New Carpet

“The 964 was a new 911 with classic looks” –Porsche Club of America Model Guide, Tony Callas and Tom Prine

The PCA model-resource site continued: “Porsche's 964-generation 911 made its public debut at the Paris Motor Show on September 28, 1988, and was sold starting in the 1989 model year. Though in many ways the 964 looked like a slight evolution of 911s past, Porsche in fact significantly modernized the premium, rear-engined sports car. There was no mistaking the longstanding 911 shape, yet the 964 was strikingly different. Large polyurethane front and rear bumpers were the obvious exterior styling changes. Additionally, the five-spoke Fuchs wheels that had been synonymous with the Porsche 911 were now gone....”

“Once you were past these two major styling changes, there was a lot more to take in. The 964 used a completely different chassis, fully derived from the 959 supercar.... The car was equipped with antilock brakes, coil-over suspension instead of torsion bars, and power steering for the first time in a 911, all as standard equipment. The all-new 964 housed a never-before-seen 3.6-liter air-cooled flat-six engine that made 247 horsepower, managed by a Bosch fully sequential fuel injection system with a 55-pin DME (Engine Management Computer) and much quicker processing power. This new management system was capable of bidirectional communication and fault-code diagnostics when connected to the then-new Bosch 'Hammer' diagnostic tool.”

Porsche's commitment to continued improvement of its designs and features saw a number of key changes for the 964 series including:

Dual-ignition (twin spark plug), except turbo
Stronger engine case
New, larger catalytic converter (metal substrate)
Upgraded engine oiling (cooling) system
Polyurethane fuel tank
Redesigned chassis ventilation and HVAC systems
Rear wing motorized and computer controlled
Computerized, backlit dashboard instruments/gauges
Central electronic fuse panel moved to right rear area of front trunk
Considerably larger alternator fitted
Valves and camshafts are adjustable (unlike with successor – the 993)
Vibration damper integrated into crankshaft pulley
Exhaust ports ceramic-lined
Engine knock sensors fitted
Updated timing chain rail design
Oil reservoir mounted ahead of right-rear wheelhouse, first time since 1972 911
First 911 with a throttle cable
First 911 fitted with wheelhouse liners
Central informer for instruments and safety warnings, i.e., the gauge cluster warning lights that illuminate when the ignition is turned on

The 1991 911 Carrera Cabriolet offered here benefitted from all these improvements, one reason why the 964 series cars (which only appeared from 1989-1994) are so highly prized. Michigan-owned since 2005 by the principal of a local, highly respected European-automobile repair shop, this Grand Prix white-over black 964-series Cabriolet has been properly maintained over the years by its two owners since new. This properly maintained 964 just had the following service done in July of 2020:

- New Clutch
- New Flywheel
- New Head Gasket
- All New Spark Plugs
- Ignition Distributor Drive Belt
- Power Steering Belt
- Shaft Seal Replaced
- Engine: all new bearing seals, new cylinder head studs, and valve job
- New Tires
- New CarpetT

he Carfax history shows a minor 2005 mishap when the car was inadvertently backed into a wall. Showing 100,000 miles, the car has traveled just 3,500 miles per-year on average. Porsche enthusiasts know the flat-six 911 engine will last for hundreds of thousands of miles when properly maintained.

The paper VIN/options sticker on this 911 decodes as follows:

L908 – Paint: Grand Prix white
PZ – Interior leather/leatherette
CO2 – USA emissions compliant
XD4 – Wheel caps with color Porsche crest
158 – Cassette radio-Blaupunkt Reno SQR 46
220 – Limited-slip differential
437 – 8-way power driver's seat
438 – 8-way power front passenger seat
454 – Automatic speed (cruise) control
494 – Amplifier

Overall, the exterior Grand Prix white paint is in excellent, largely original condition. The black-fabric convertible top and boot show no rips, tears, or undue abrasion. Glass and lighting lenses are clear and without cracks. The car wears non-original twist-design wheels with Porsche colored center caps and Continental tires.

Inside, black-leather seats are in very good condition and show no tears or holes, with only creasing appropriate for the age of the car. Dashboard instruments have clear lenses and crisp lettering and numbers with un-faded needles. The dash itself is free of cracks, with an aftermarket cd audio head installed. The shift boot has patina from age and retains its original 5-speed shift-pattern knob. Door trim is excellent with original speaker grilles in place.

The rear engine bay is clean and tidy with all components—including the air conditioning system vastly improved over earlier models—properly mounted. The “frunk” is also clean and features well-maintained carpeting. Underneath the car, there is no evidence of damage from too-aggressive driving or track use. Surface rust is minimal, and no body rust is noted, likely due to the galvanized metal panels.

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