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1993 Porsche 968 on 2040-cars

US $10,000.00
Year:1993 Mileage:51400 Color: statistics
Location:

Carmichael, California, United States

Carmichael, California, United States

More infos regarding my cat at: patpnnedved@f1fans.net . Extremely rare Wimbledon green with Cashmere/Black interior with very low 51,400 miles. There were only 9 Coupes
in this color, and it was only offered in 1993.
∑ NA 968 coupe 1992-1995 Production sequence number of 2,234: # 836
∑ NA 968 coupe 1993 Production sequence number of 608: # 187
∑ Exterior Color statistics: 1 of 9 B5 Wimbledon green coupes
∑ Exterior/Interior Color combo stats: 1 of 5 B5 Wimbledon green coupes paired with a Cashmere/Black interior
∑ Factory options with option codes:
o B5 Wimbledon green metallic paint
o LC partial leather in cashmere
o XD4 Painted crest center caps
o 437 Full power (8-way) driverís seat
o 438 Full power (8-way) passengerís seat
o 586 Driverís Lumbar support (1 of 35 coupes)
o 09991 Ė Exclusive program, present due to XD4 option
I met a guy who lives in Napa, CA with a cab in this color (I think they only made 12 cabs in Wimbledon green), and
fell in love with the color. About a year later I found one right down the street from me in Los Angeles and bought
it. Itís a great car with 114,000 miles, so when I found this one with only 50,000 miles, I decided to buy it as
well.
It had low miles but was parked outside in the Florida sun, so paint was faded, dash was cracked and hatch carpet
is worn. I removed the dash and had it recovered in leather. I got a quote for replacing the rear carpet but this
is the only thing that I did not get around to (see photos of carpet).
Recent maintenance:
All new Gates belts and rollers, cam chain tensioner pads, timing chain, valve cover gaskets (1/5/15)
New Yokohama S-Drive Tires (2/17/15)
New brake pads and rotors, front and back (1/5/15)
New euro front blinkers
Replaced stock seats with seats out of a 2013 Cayman (I still have the stock seats to go with the car,
if desired), and wired electrical to work correctly
Leather dash (Removed dash and had top recovered in leather)
Full re-spray at a shop that knows these cars, so had all new rubber seals replaced as well. Paint
looks like new.
Fluids changed: oil, brake fluid, and coolant (1/5/15)
Design 1 Racing short shift kit
I have a clean CarFax that I can provide, and recently passed California SMOG. Has the clear power steering
reservoir, which is very rare. I have original books and leather cover, and 2 keys. AC blows very cold, actually
colder than my other 968 for some reason that I would like to figure out.
I am only selling because I came across a 1993 Porsche 928 GTS 5 speed with 60,000 miles, and of course I still
have my higher mileage 968. This car is ready to go with all maintenance handled.

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