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Old 11-02-2017, 05:28 PM
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Originally Posted by spark1 View Post
'94 red blk/blk cab with LSD (not confirmed) price reduced. I did not think a spoiler was an option on cabs?


Last three of VIN=600
No factory option but there was a techart rear spoiler for the cab. That is definitely NOT it. Look for a photo of Raj's old Riv Blue cab to see what it looks like. 4 factory options on this car, partial leather and dual heated seats, driver's side full power 8 way seat.
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Old 11-02-2017, 06:09 PM
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Thanxs Jeff. Is there anything special about a '93 black coupe last three 091?
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Old 11-02-2017, 09:16 PM
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Thanxs Jeff. Is there anything special about a '93 black coupe last three 091?
Black/Black coupe, most popular combo on a coupe.

factory options include: Lt Partial leather in black, XD4 painted crest center caps, 403 17" cup1s, 418 body side moldings, 437 8-way full power driver's seat, 490 hi-fi sound with 10 speakers and amps, 691 CD-2 in-dash CD player.

pretty loaded 968.
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Old 11-08-2017, 07:24 PM
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Update on 272885424312 ebay white cabrio in Danville. You will recall I had trouble pinning this guy down for a viewing and drive. Finally accomplished it and would recommend that anyone proceed with caution.
The car is cosmetically nice for its mileage 140k+ but not without its flaws. 2 dents and they are actually dents not dings. 1 probably OK for the dent doc but the other not so cuz it on a corner.
Interior is mileage nice but has after market wood all over the place including the door sills.
Wheels mileage ok but tires expired long ago.
Top and rear glass excellent. Probably new but adds to doubts expressed below.
Here are the rubs.
Seller extremely uncooperative. Will not provide past paperwork. Will not disclose previous owner. I discussed with shop without his permission because they are my friends. They installed a new heating system for $1400 and a new battery. He claims its the air conditioner but it wasn't. They have no records about anything else on the car even tho he claims they do but won't supply it.
Will not allow top to be opened. Demanded test drive end at 5 minutes when I reached 60 and had shifted up and down a couple of times. I thought I was hearing unwanted warning sounds but had little time to evaluate. Would not allow engine to be restarted a second time.
Very evasive about top. Claims it is disabled because it is in manual mode. Motor not working but he would not allow me to even check the fuse to see if disabled. Delatching and lifting top manually created an argument but the top stopped moving at about 4" from upper windshield attachment point. I thought I sensed that it might be going crooked and that there was an odd noise in the arm area. He refuses to allow the top to be touched any further and indicates I should buy the car as a coupe and worry about repairs later. He refuses to discuss any of the issues any further. This might explain more about the top being nearly new. Possibly ripped apart in a failure.
In another thread I started a discussion about this. See "Help, 968 top" for opinions on problem and cost to repair. I have been thru this twice. Once with motors, gears and arms at $7000. Once with just arms at $4500. I doubt this work can even be done today.
On summary, not a bad car for the mileage. Dated tires. Probable expensive top repair. No records. An "as is" as "as is" as you can get it. $8500? $9000? Who knows?
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Old 11-08-2017, 07:37 PM
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Thanks for the update because I just saw that it has been re-upped on ebay:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/1992-Porsch...dZ3t4t&vxp=mtr
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Old 11-09-2017, 12:59 PM
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Odd update. Listing removed by seller but not before one or more bidders removed their bids. I'm really curious about where this car lands, what its secrets are and how much to repair the top.
OOOOPS! It is either back or I made a search mistake when reporting it gone. Sorry!
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Old 11-14-2017, 10:24 AM
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I haven't seen many built like this


https://www.cars.com/vehicledetail/detail/718903273/overview/?aff=alerts&emc=alerts&smtrctid=1223375017


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Old 11-16-2017, 10:56 PM
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Just put my rolling shell up in the RL classifieds. Wife wants at least one gone since I just bought another 968 coupe. https://rennlist.com/forums/vehicle-...ean-title.html

May also part with my 53k mile salvage title cab. I haven't taken pictures of that yet, but had belts and rollers done last year, as well as a new fuel pump and filter.
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Well boys, mine is on BAT now, i think more than anything it will be very interesting to see what the bidding will go upto on a car in this shape and with the recent deserved hype about the 968. I know this sounds like BS but i actually deep inside hope the car does not sell and this way i'd feel i've done my work trying to sell it and have an excuse to keep it!

​​​​​​https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1995-porsche-968-4/
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Originally Posted by Tarek307 View Post
Well boys, mine is on BAT now, i think more than anything it will be very interesting to see what the bidding will go upto on a car in this shape and with the recent deserved hype about the 968. I know this sounds like BS but i actually deep inside hope the car does not sell and this way i'd feel i've done my work trying to sell it and have an excuse to keep it!

​​​​​​https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1995-porsche-968-4/
Now that's very nice.
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Old 11-22-2017, 12:02 PM
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Good luck with the sale. A couple of questions. How is the dash pad? Any cracks or signs of deterioration?
I see someone added the engine bay trim pieces including the glove box unit. Is it just sitting in there or did someone fashion some brackets to hold it? On the cars that actually had these there are brackets off of the inner fenders that it mounts to.
Looks good in the photos.
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Originally Posted by jeff968 View Post
Good luck with the sale. A couple of questions. How is the dash pad? Any cracks or signs of deterioration?
I see someone added the engine bay trim pieces including the glove box unit. Is it just sitting in there or did someone fashion some brackets to hold it? On the cars that actually had these there are brackets off of the inner fenders that it mounts to.
Looks good in the photos.
Hey Jeff, the dash is perfect, tons of pics & video in the ad- i wiggled the engine cover and it seemed pretty firmly in place.
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Old 11-28-2017, 09:36 AM
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Deutsch 9 Europe Turbo RS Wing on CL

https://inlandempire.craigslist.org/...371726092.html
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1993 engine with 49k orig miles. No affiliation, just sharing.
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