The 993 Series 911 premiered in 1994, and although few knew it at the time, it would be the last air-cooled 911 generation ever made. All Porsche models since use liquid-cooling as it’s more efficient.
For many enthusiasts and purists, however, the 1994 to 1998 era saw the last of the true 911s. The 993, then, holds a special place in every Porsche lover’s heart, and this particular model made in 1996 claims some of the cleanest lines in existence.
It’s a base Carrera Convertible and has covered just 68,100 miles. The numbers themselves don’t tell the full story, though. This immaculate Porsche is in pristine condition. For sale in Los Angeles, California, it has a full service history, and the interior and exterior are in extraordinary condition. It’s a Porsche, so it goes without saying that mechanically it’s as sound as the day it left the factory in Germany.
Own Automotive History With This 1996 Porsche 911 Carrera Convertible
The horizontally opposed “Boxer” engine retains its 3.6-liter capacity, but the power was boosted to 286 horsepower for the 993 generation. Its rear-engine layout makes it incredibly interesting and exciting to drive. You are in complete control of this car’s raw power. It’s everything a modern-day sports car should be. Newer isn’t always better, and this 993 911 proves that in every way.
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