1992 Porsche Carrera 2 Targa
This 964 Targa has been garaged and well maintained. It is up to date on all maintenance. The most recent being the 90k major service. In the last 25k miles all of the oil lines have been replaced as well as the clutch/flywheel. The previous owner added H&R Green springs, a strut brace, B&B exhaust and performed the airbox mod. It also has the vented distributor update to prevent premature distributor belt wear. The car will come with all the owners books, tool kit, one key, etc. Service records included date back to 2001 and stamps in the maintenance book go to 1992. The tires are Toyo Proxes, 215/45/17 front and 255/40/17 rear mounted on 17" Cup 1 wheels. The Carfax report shows it was involved in an accident in 1997. It damaged the passenger side fender and required paint work to that side of the car. There is wear on the driver side seat bolster and shift knob and the A/C needs to be recharged.
Approximately 350 Targas were imported to the US during the 1992-93 model years. None were officially imported in the final year of production, 1994. The 92-94 964 is more desirable than the 1989-91 models due to a few factory updates: The mirrors are the Aero style later seen on the 993. The rear brakes were improved by adding 4-piston calipers and Porsche added cylinder base gaskets to the engine to solve oil leaks.
The 964 Targa is the last 911 to feature the classic removable roof panel and integrated roll over bar. Porsche switched to a sliding glass roof for the 993. The 964 was 80% new compared to the G-model it replaced. It was the first 911 to feature multi-link suspension, which replaced the decades old torsion bar setup. 4-wheel drive was another first for the 964. It received an all new 3.6 liter, 250 hp engine and the retractable power rear spoiler which has been on all Carreras since. The interior features an updated center console, HVAC controls, dash and gauges similar to those used on the 993.