Delivered new in France on the 12th of april 1996 at Parisian Dealership, this car is originally finished in Black paint over a matching Black full-leather interior. This 993-generation Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Coupé was originally outfitted with a sunroof, Becker radio with six-disc CD changer, and pleated leather front and rear seats. What is more, the car offered is equipped with a manual gearbox.
Sold new through Porsche France in 1996, the car has called France home ever since. Its accompanying service book shows regular service throughout its life by Porsche dealerships in both France and Belgium and confirms its current mileage of just under 125,000 km from new. The car presents well throughout and is a lovely example of its breed. Now classified by many enthusiasts as a modern-day collectible, these cars offer the perfect balance between the original, air-cooled 911 ethos and modern practicality.
Representing the end of an era for the 911, the 993-generation is considered to be one of the most desirable variants of the model and has achieved exceptional collectible status not only for its place in Porsche history, but for its overall reliability and usability. While the high-horsepower models are often found preserved in collections, the slightly more pedestrian models were generally put into regular use by their first owners. Today, two decades after production officially ended, finding a low-mileage and well-preserved Carrera S or 4S can be difficult. As such, this C4S warrants serious attention.