$190,000 - $240,000 USD | Offered Without Reserve
| Coral Gables, Florida
- One of just 469 built for the US for 1994
- Fewer than 4,900 actual miles
- Well-preserved, including original paint and interior
- Accompanied by detailed build information
Over the decades of 911 production in all its many variants, Porsche has regularly honored the memory of one of its predecessors, the competition-bred 356 Speedster, with a limited-production model featuring its distinctive styling. The third-generation 964-based Speedster of 1994 featured, of course, a cut-down windshield and a fabric top that folded beneath a rounded fiberglass tonneau. This covered a fully carpeted luggage storage space, in lieu of rear seats, and it was supported by gas struts. Only five standard colors were available, all with black tops.
It is believed that 925 911 Speedsters were produced for all markets in 1994, and that just 469 made it to United States dealers. They were fiercely desirable when new and have continuously remained so since, continuing a tradition of collectability common among all generations of Speedsters—and they remain both magnificent to admire and thrilling to drive.
According to build information included in the file, the 911 Speedster offered here was built on 24 May 1993 and invoiced on 7 June; it was finished in the especially handsome livery of Black with Black interior and equipped with several desirable options including automatic full climate control, AM/FM radio with cassette player, and cruise control. Well-preserved by its owners through the years, it remains in very original condition, with paint meter readings on file indicating that its factory paint remains intact throughout. Recording 4,879 actual miles at the time of cataloguing, it is accompanied by its original books, tools, and air compressor, as well as service records.
This is an excellent, low-mileage example of one of the most desirable Porsche models of its generation, one that aptly honors the thrilling heritage of the Speedsters before it—with the originality and equipment sought by the most studied connoisseurs of the model.