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Old 12-29-2017, 12:34 PM
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I have been watching for awhile and have come across a 91 C2 Black and grey. Witho some tasteful mods
intake exhaust turbo tail fb. Drilled pedals ext.
The car has 115,000 miles on it for $42,000
Elaphant in the room not numbers matching car also triptronic. He claims the engine has $50,000
and I tend to believe him.
all the work on car done by a local Porsche specializist.
1. Is this a good value? I’m wanting to do a street car perhaps weekend day here and there. Don’t really want to cut a perfect car. 964’s are going up and up.
2. How can I tell the year and info on engine?
I believe no VIN but I believe I read about a code on it?
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Old 12-30-2017, 04:16 PM
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1991 C2 Cabriolet, Polar Silver
Purchased in 2004 for $26,500 with 67K mi. in San Diego, CA. w/tools and tire inflator.

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Old 01-21-2018, 01:51 PM
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Purchase price: $17K, another $35k invested in maintenance & repairs
Purchase date: August 2013
Mileage: 72k at purchase, 92k at current
State: Purchased in Toronto, Live in IL
Model year: 1991
C2 or C4 - C2
Body: Coupe
Color: Black on Black
Transmission: Tiptronic
Did the vehicle come with tool kit: No
Did the vehicle come with tire inflator kit: No
Your assessment of the vehicle history in terms of paperwork/receipts (1-10, 10 being highest) 5
Your assessment of the interior quality (1-10, 10 being highest) 8
Your assessment of the exterior quality (1-10, 10 being highest) 8
Your assessment of the mechanical condition of the vehicle (1-10, 10 being highest) 8
Comments: I bought the car (completely stock example) from a 3rd owner, who really didn't know how to care for a car like this. It was a toy for him, but he rarely drove it and so maintenance, etc was spotty. He offered a few receipts for work done, but I knew I'd be in for some surprises. 4 years later I have probably another $35k invested across a full engine rebuild, significant heating and A/C work, some electrical system gremlins, and minor suspension refurb - I'm definitely increasing the number of work order records! It's in a pretty good spot now, to the point that I'm ready to contemplate the next phase of mods/upgrades. It's a year round daily driver, so I'm always trying to find the right balance of what to tackle, but I'm the envy of every sedan commuter in the office parking lot!
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