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1998 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet

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Chassis No. WP0CA2994WS340434
After three decades of incremental improvements and refinement of the 911's rear-engined, air-cooled formula, Porsche introduced a fundamental change to the 911's DNA with the launch of the water-cooled 996-generation in late 1997. A move that has divided Porsche devotees ever since, the previous 993-generation 911 was thereby cemented as the last of the air-cooled 911s, and as a result, represents some of the most coveted modern Porsches ever produced.
This Canadian-market Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet desirably hails from the final year of air-cooled production as a 1998 model year. Finished in classic Guards Red with a Black soft top over a Cashmere Beige/Black partial leather interior, the option code sticker affixed to the underside of the luggage compartment lid identifies the following optional equipment: Seat Heating System – Left and Right Seats, Sports Seats – Left and Right Electrically Height Adjustable, Seat Covers – Front Leather, Cruise Control, Sound System, Porsche CDR-210 radio, Wind Deflector, Engine Sound Package, 18-inch “Technology” Wheels, and Concave Center Caps with Colored Crests. Additionally, the interior is equipped with the highly coveted 993-generation hardback Sports Seats trimmed in matching Cashmere Beige leather. The accompanying CARFAX Vehicle History Report shows that the Cabriolet was imported from Canada to the United States in September 2001 showing fewer than 3,000 miles and offered for sale in New York, with subsequent registration and service history placing the car in Connecticut until 2019. In recent years, the report places the Porsche in Virginia where it has received regular maintenance at Checkered Flag Porsche in Virginia Beach. Furthermore, the car is accompanied by two decades of service records including invoices from DAS Sport of Orange County, Virginia, who have played a key role in the preservation of this low-mileage Cabriolet. Most recently, the car was treated to a replacement Black convertible top in 2019, a major engine service in 2020, the installation of PPF on the front nose and rear quarters in 2022, and the installation of European specification “M030” springs with a four-wheel alignment in April 2024.
Showing just over 11,600 miles on the odometer at the time of cataloging, this well-preserved Cabriolet variant of the final air-cooled 911 is also offered with its jack, tool roll, and owner's manuals.

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Chassis No. WP0CA2994WS340434
After three decades of incremental improvements and refinement of the 911's rear-engined, air-cooled formula, Porsche introduced a fundamental change to the 911's DNA with the launch of the water-cooled 996-generation in late 1997. A move that has divided Porsche devotees ever since, the previous 993-generation 911 was thereby cemented as the last of the air-cooled 911s, and as a result, represents some of the most coveted modern Porsches ever produced.
This Canadian-market Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet desirably hails from the final year of air-cooled production as a 1998 model year. Finished in classic Guards Red with a Black soft top over a Cashmere Beige/Black partial leather interior, the option code sticker affixed to the underside of the luggage compartment lid identifies the following optional equipment: Seat Heating System – Left and Right Seats, Sports Seats – Left and Right Electrically Height Adjustable, Seat Covers – Front Leather, Cruise Control, Sound System, Porsche CDR-210 radio, Wind Deflector, Engine Sound Package, 18-inch “Technology” Wheels, and Concave Center Caps with Colored Crests. Additionally, the interior is equipped with the highly coveted 993-generation hardback Sports Seats trimmed in matching Cashmere Beige leather. The accompanying CARFAX Vehicle History Report shows that the Cabriolet was imported from Canada to the United States in September 2001 showing fewer than 3,000 miles and offered for sale in New York, with subsequent registration and service history placing the car in Connecticut until 2019. In recent years, the report places the Porsche in Virginia where it has received regular maintenance at Checkered Flag Porsche in Virginia Beach. Furthermore, the car is accompanied by two decades of service records including invoices from DAS Sport of Orange County, Virginia, who have played a key role in the preservation of this low-mileage Cabriolet. Most recently, the car was treated to a replacement Black convertible top in 2019, a major engine service in 2020, the installation of PPF on the front nose and rear quarters in 2022, and the installation of European specification “M030” springs with a four-wheel alignment in April 2024.
Showing just over 11,600 miles on the odometer at the time of cataloging, this well-preserved Cabriolet variant of the final air-cooled 911 is also offered with its jack, tool roll, and owner's manuals.

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