When the 933 Carrera was released in 1995, Car and Driver called it “the finest example of the 911 ever created.” One drive, and it’s easy to see why. With its quick steering and revamped suspension, it handles like no other 911 that came before. While performance was the prime consideration in its design, this 933 Carrera also has a smooth, quiet ride and keeps things comfortable with leather seats, premium audio system, plenty of cargo space and an almost - dare we say it - roomy cockpit.
This 933 Carrera was purchased in New Hampshire, and sent to the first owner’s winter home in Florida. Later, the car was purchased by a family friend and sent to Massachusetts, where we found it through a respected referral.
This 993 Carrera has low mileage and was well-maintained throughout its history. There is no evidence of accidents or damage to the car and it remains in largely original condition.
This is one of Porsche’s last air-cooled 911s, a car will get you from A to B in the most thrilling way imaginable, and one that is destined to become a classic.