Lot 107

Miami 2024

1994 Porsche 968 Cabriolet


$78,400 USD | Sold

United States | Coral Gables, Florida



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  • The very last of only five examples finished in the highly desirable color of Riviera Blue with Midnight Blue interior
  • The last year of production and showing just 15,268 miles at time of cataloguing
  • Extremely well-optioned including power steering, windows, brakes, and 17-inch Carrera Cup wheels
  • An incredibly fun, sporty, and dynamic car to drive

It was shortly after the 944 S2 production that Porsche’s engineers began development of the final iteration of their perfectly balanced front-engined sports car. Initially dubbed the “S3,” they soon realized that over 80 percent of the proposed mechanical improvements had either been extremely developed or completely replaced, leaving little of the 944 in the original concept. Furthermore, the styling was to feature design elements from its new upscale sibling, the 993-generation 911.

Now with its own model number, the new 968 featured an enlarged 3.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine, which produced an impressive 236 horsepower and 225 foot-pounds of torque. Among further changes, the 968 featured an all-new six-speed manual transmission, a pleasant improvement over the previous five-speed, as well as an innovative and continuous valve-adjustment system called VarioCam. Production began in September 1991 and would continue until October 1994.

The 968 offered here was the very last of only five examples delivered in the final year of production finished in this highly desirable color, Riviera Blue, and reportedly one of two with this interior color, striking and sought-after Midnight Blue. It was extremely well-optioned, with features including power steering, power brakes, power windows, limited-slip rear differential, the GT package, and the beautiful 17-inch Carrera Cup wheels with Porsche crest caps. Accompanying are a tire inflator kit and original books, as well as a collection of service invoices.

Showing 15,268 miles at the time of cataloguing, this car remains in magnificent condition throughout, and would be an ideal 968 to complete any connoisseur’s collection of low-mileage, optimally liveried and optioned Porsches.