1998 Porsche 993 4S

Oct 30, 2018

Category: Rides

Back in late-March 1998, Porsche officially ceased production of the beloved 993 series. And while that sad day will remain in the back of gearheads’ minds the world over, one of the very last 286-horsepower air-cooled Porsches ever built is currently hitting the auction block.

Seen here, this 1998 993 4S is a gem for any astute car collector. It’s one of seven complete with the special Aerokit GTII equipment for a unique look while the vehicle remains in its classic original state. Recent restoration, if needed, was minor and looks to have included new tires and a blasted subfloor. Also, according to a recent inspection of the vehicle, no deficiencies or defects were found on any of the stock features or mechanics for the 148k mileage vehicle. More info is available upon request.

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