- Finished in the popular colour combination of silver paint and a black leather interior
- Desirable Tiptronic gearbox, grey wheels, rear spoiler, and a sunroof
- 156,300 recorded miles and supplied with a quantity of maintenance invoices, previous MOT's, and paperwork
The 993 variant of Porsche's iconic 911 line was a particularly significant link in the cars's long chain of development, as it marked the end of an era that had begun forty-three years earlier with the 356, by being the last Porsche to be powered by an air-cooled engine. It was penned by Englishman Tony Hatter and mechanical updates included more power for the 3.6-litre flat six engine (272bhp) and a brand new six-speed manual gearbox. The 993 was available as a two-door Coupe or Convertible and with two or four-wheel drive, a latterly as a Targa with a sliding glass roof.
The silver Carrera variant offered here is fitted with the popular Tiptronic automatic gearbox and black leather interior. A sunroof is also present and it appears to have been enjoyed by the most recent recorded keeper since February 2010. The odometer displays 156,300 miles and the vendor claims there is a full document file with all bills and relevant paperwork, spare keys, and previous MOT certificates. They continue by describing the Porsche as having good bodywork, engine, and interior trim, and very good paintwork and transmission.