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Remind Yourself Why Porsche is Great in a CPO 1991 911 Carrera Cabriolet

Rear exterior view of a white 1991 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet

We have always upheld the Porsche 911 as a timeless car, and no car embodies this notion better than this 1991 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet. From the 964 series, this vehicle maintained the signature look of Porsche’s greatest sports car while the maker’s engineers renewed their commitment to forward progress.

Upright headlights flank a gently sloping front hood, finished in Grand Prix White, while a black convertible top maintains the proper form curving down to the rear. The interior is furnished with black leather upholstery, and the seats are power-adjustable with generous support for tight cornering.

You can find this 1991 911 Carrera in our Porsche Approved CPO inventory. With only 75,651 miles on the odometer, we can assure you that this vehicle has been well cared for, and it has passed rigorous inspection and detailing on its way to becoming a Porsche Approved pre-owned vehicle.

1991 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet Sports Performance Equipment Ahead of Its Time

With numbers that should be familiar to many Porsche enthusiasts, the 1991 911 Carrera is packing a rear-mounted 3.6-liter flat-six engine. It sends impressive power and torque to the rear wheels, and it’s paired with Porsche’s legendary TIPTRONIC automatic transmission.

View of the engine of a 1991 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet

TIPTRONIC was among the first automatic transmissions that offered full manual control to the driver via a segmented shifter. Experience the best of both worlds by selecting “D” for precise, automated shifting, or take power into your own hands by flicking the shifter over and “tipping” through the gears.

Engineering for the Ages on a CPO 1991 Carrera Cabriolet

Among the other achievements of the 964 series that this particular Carrera Cabriolet enjoys is a rear spoiler that deploys when the vehicle reaches sufficient speed. The spoiler multiplies downforce on the rear wheels when in motion while preserving the car’s iconic profile when it’s sitting in your driveway. Porsche’s engineers had reduced the 911’s drag coefficient to a mere 0.32 at this stage.

Almost 25 years since it first saw the streets, this 1991 Porsche 911 Carrera is a reminder of where this brand has been, and it’s a promise of how a family of cars can endure, no matter what number comes in front of the name. If you’re interested in adding this certified pre-owned model to your collection, arrange your next visit to our store today.

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