Well, I'm a long time fan of the cars (purchased my first in 1996) and I can tell you for sure that 968s have held their value very well in recent years compared to others.
I purchased the car for summer day enjoyment and also an investment. I have seen several readings where the 92 Cabriolet will escalate in value once it becomes an antique or 25 years old. Have you heard similar?
The 968 profiles are produced by me. I'm the advocate for the PCA 968 register. If you are a PCA member, make sure you join up. Anyway, on to your car:
#38 of 2,008 North American 968 cabriolets produced
#38 of 667 1992 NA 968 cabs produced
1 of 442 G1 Guards Red cabs (most popular color on NA cab)
1 of 221 Guards Red cabs paired with a black top and cashmere/black interior (most popular combo)
Factory options with codes include: LC Partial leather in cashmere, 403 17" cup 1 wheels, 490/494 hi-fi sound speakers with amps, 691 factory am/fm single in-dash CD.
The car is an early car (9/91 build) so it has the early car features such as the recessed hood badge and the larger edged, rear 968 emblem.
I have seen the car before. It was listed on eBay in May of 2005 in AZ with 16K miles.
Jeff, The wheels are actually very easy to clean up and look almost as original. Not sure how the profile is designed but the last three #'s of the VIN are 098. Thank you. Mark
Do you find the chrome cleans up easier? If you would like a profile on the car just post the last 3 digits of the VIN. Jeff
I too was not a fan of the chrome wheels at first but they appeal to me more every day. A good mix with the tan and Guards Red. Have a great day.
Nice. I'm not a big fan of the chromed wheels but the cab looks very clean.
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