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Porsche 911/993 Carrera S Coupe : 1997

Only 3,714 produced in 1997.
Filed under:  Classic
 
Comment(s): 18
 
 
MSRP Engine HP Manufactured
n/a 3,601 cc 3.6 liters 6 horizontal 282.0 1994 - 1998
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Search for Porsche 911/993 Carrera S Coupe : 1997 on: eBay

According to Excellence Magazine, prices for the 1989 thru 1998 911s, more specifically the 964 and 993 Carreras, continue to drift downward.


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1997 Porsche 911/993 Carrera S Coupe.

While the 964s are holding up fairly well after years of heavy depreciation, it appears the much-loved 993s have slipped quite a bit in the last 12 months.

These were the last of the traditional, air-cooled 911s, but that doesn't seen to matter. They are falling into normal depreciation after years of high resale values.

The split grill is unique to the Carrera S, along with a special script on the engine cover.

(source: Excellence Magazine)


The Porsche 993 C2S was introduced in 1997 and perhaps was built to boost the sales of 993 prior to the new 996 arriving.

Again this Porsche had the Turbo wide body, a unique "split" electric spoiler, but the regular 993 Carrera 2 chassis. 18" Turbo wheels were optional.

In the photos below, you can see the Carrera S script on the engine lid, the split" spoiler and the small spoiler mounted to the back end of the roof.

(source: Performance 2and4)


1997 Porsche 911/993 Carrera S Coupe specifications.

Performance & Efficiency Standard Features.
- 3,601 cc 3.6 liters 6 horizontal rear longitudinal engine with 100 mm bore, 76.4 mm stroke, 11.3 compression ratio, light alloy block, light alloy head, overhead cam and two valves per cylinder
- Premium unleaded fuel
- Fuel economy EPA highway (l/100km): 10.2
- Multi-point injection fuel system
- Main 73 liter fuel tank
- Power: 210 kW, 282 HP @ 6,300 rpm; 250 ft lb @ 5,250 rpm

Handling, Ride & Braking Standard Features.
- ABS
- 3.44:1 axle ratio
- Rear differential lock
- Four disc brakes including four ventilated discs
- Electronic traction control via differential
- Immobilizer
- Rear viscous limited slip differential
- Spacesaver steel rim internal spare wheel
- Strut front suspension with stabilizer bar independent with coil springs, multi-link rear suspension with stabilizer bar independent with coil springs

Exterior & Aerodynamics Standard Features.
- Front and rear body color impact absorbing bumpers
- Coefficient of drag: 0.34
- Driver and passenger power heated body color door mirrors
- External dimensions: overall length (mm): 4,260, overall width (mm): 1,796, overall height (mm): 1,316, ground clearance (mm): 119, wheelbase (mm): 2,271, front track (mm): 1,412, rear track (mm): 1,506 and curb to curb turning circle (mm): 11,735
- Front fog lights
- High pressure headlight cleaners
- Projector beam lens halogen bulb single headlights
- Luxury trim leather on gearknob
- Gloss paint, black paint, metallic paint
- Fixed rear window
- Front body color lip spoiler, trunk/hatch body color wing spoiler
- Front steel electric sliding sunroof
- Tinted glass
- Weights: gross vehicle weight rating (kg) 1,740, curb weight (kg) 1,450, gross trailer weight braked (kg) 0 and gross trailer weight unbraked (kg) 0
- Three-speed windshield wipers with W/S wiper mist setting and variable intermittent wipe

Interior Standard Features.
- CFC free liquid air conditioning with climate control
- Element antenna
- Remote control anti-theft protection
- Front illuminated ashtray
- Audio anti-theft protection: code and detachable panel
- Stereo Becker audio system with AM/FM
- Cargo area light
- Cargo capacity: rear seat up; to lower window (liters): 125, rear seat down; to lower window (liters): 0, rear seat down (liters): 0, all seats in place (liters): 125 and all seats removed (liters): 0
- Front seats cigar lighter
- Analog clock
- Floor partial console with open storage box
- Delayed/fade courtesy lights with two switches
- Steering wheel mounted cruise control
- Door pockets/bins for driver seat and passenger seat
- Floor covering: carpet in passenger compartment and carpet in load area
- Driver and passenger front airbag
- Sports seat
- 3-point reel front seat belts on driver seat and passenger seat with pre-tensioners and grabbers
- Lockable illuminated glove compartment with lid
- Head restraints on front seats
- Heated washer
- Internal dimensions: front headroom (mm): 953 and front leg room (mm): 1,092
- Low fuel level warning
- Remote power locks with internal switch operates from passenger door
- Power steering
- Front power windows with console mounted switches
- 3-point reel rear seat belts on driver side and passenger side
- Bucket symmetrical two rear seats
- Rear view mirror
- Mechanical remote fuel filler door release
- Mechanical remote trunk/hatch release
- Leather seat upholstery with additional vinyl
- Seating: four seats
- Six speakers
- Leather covered steering wheel
- Tachometer
- Driver vanity mirror, passenger vanity mirror
- Ventilation system with variable fan speeds, recirculation setting and micro filter

(specifications source: Motor Trend)


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1997 Porsche 911/993 Carrera S Coupe.

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1997 Porsche 911/993 Carrera S Coupe.

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The split grill of the 1997 Porsche 911/993 Carrera S Coupe is unique to the Carrera S, along with a special script on the engine cover.

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Carrera S emblem from a 1997 Porsche 911/993 Carrera S Coupe.

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1997 Porsche 911/993 Carrera S Coupe (with small spoiler mounted to the back end of the roof.)

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1997 Porsche 911/993 Carrera S Coupe interior.

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1997 Porsche 911/993 Carrera S Coupe gauge cluster.

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1997 Porsche 911/993 Carrera S Coupe rear seats.

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1997 Porsche 911/993 Carrera S Coupe stock radio.

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1997 Porsche 911/993 Carrera S Coupe air condition dials.

993 Series (1993–1998)
The 911 was again revised in 1993 and was now known as the Type 993. This car was significant as it was the final incarnation of the air-cooled 911, introduced in 1964.

The exterior featured an all new front and rear end. The revised bodywork was smoother, having a noticeably more aerodynamic front end somewhat reminiscent of the 959. Styling was by Englishman Tony Hatter under the supervision of design chief Harm Lagaay.

Along with the revised bodywork, mechanically the 993 also featured an all-new multilink rear suspension that improved the car's ride and handling. This rear suspension was largely derived from the stillborn Porsche 989's rear multilink design, and served to rectify the problems with earlier models' tendency to oversteer if the throttle or brakes were applied while in mid-corner.

The new suspension, along with chassis refinements, enabled the car to keep up dynamically with the competition. Engine capacity remained at 3.6 L, but power rose to 272 PS (200 kW) thanks to better engine management and exhaust design, and beginning with model year 1996 to 286 PS (210 kW).

The 993 was the first Porsche to debut variable-length intake runners with the "Variocam" system on 1996 models. This addressed the inherent compromise between high-RPM power production and low-RPM torque production, and was one of the first of its kind to be employed on production vehicles. A new four-wheel-drive made a return as an option in the form of the Carrera 4, the rear wheel drive versions simply being called Carrera. A lightweight RS version saw capacity rise to 3.8 L, with power reaching 300 PS (221 kW). The RS version had rear-wheel drive only.

Non-turbo models appeared that used the Turbo's wide bodyshell and some other components (the Carrera 4S and later the Carrera S).

The rare Targa open-topped model also made a return, this time with a large glass roof that slid under the rear window. The highly prized air-cooled 993 Targa had a limited release between 1996-1998.

Carrera Coupe / Cabriolet.
The Carrera represented the "base model" of the 993, and was available in rear and all-wheel drive versions. It was equipped with the naturally aspirated 3.6 liter M64 engine, further developed from the 964 and combined with a new dual-flow exhaust system now incorporating two catalytic converters. In contrast to the Type 964, Porsche deleted the "2" from the rear-wheel drive "Carrera" name tag. However among enthusiasts, to differentiate between the rear-wheel and all-wheel drive variants of the Type 993 Carrera they were (and still are) commonly referred to as "C2" and "C4", respectively.

The options list for the 993 Carrera (and most other variants) was extensive and offered the possibility to easily configure highly individualized cars, depending on the amount of money a buyer was willing to spend. Options included up to five different styles of wheels, various suspension set-ups, at least three different seat styles (comfort, sport, racing), uncountable upholstery options including the possibility to have almost any interior element of the car covered with leather, wood or carbon fiber, and various hi-fi systems including digital sound processing. Further, Porsche offered the option to a customer to have their car painted in any color that they may desire if the standard palette wasn't satisfactory. Even more, the Tequipment- and Exclusive-Programs added further options and built to order almost any specific wishes of customers such as special consoles, fax-machines or even brightly colored interior upholstery.
The Cabriolet, introduced 1995, features a fully electrical and hand-stitched softtop reinforced with metal sheets and an automatic windblocker.

Both coupe and cabriolet versions were available with all-wheel drive under the tag 'Carrera 4'. From the outside the Carrera 4 is distinguishable by clear front turn markers and rear red markers (each instead of orange). The brake calipers are painted silver as is the 'Carrera 4' badge on the hood. The center wheelcaps carry the Carrera 4 logo instead of the Porsche crest.

In contrast to most of the following other variants, production of the Carrera Coupe and Cabriolet ceased with the end of MY 1997, except for a very few produced in a shortened 1998 model year.

(source: Wikipedia)


Porsche Chassis Numbers Explained.
How to identify the true build year and model of a Porsche from the chassis number.

The date of registration is not an accurate way of determining the model year of your Porsche, it's that the Porsche could have been unused in a showroom and registered later. Therefore it's worth knowing the real model year/ build year.

To find out accurately take a look at the 10th digit of the chassis number.

For example; WPOZZZ91ZGS10000.

The first, second and third characters - 'WPO' is the international Porsche code.

The fourth , fifth and sixth characters 'ZZZ' are fill in characters on European and rest of world cars.

For North American cars the fourth digit represented the body style; A/B or C- Coupe/Targa or Cabrio.

The 7th,8th and 12 digit represent the model code. Therefore a 911 will be WPOZZZ91Z?S1?????; a Turbo (930) will be WPOZZZ93ZS?0????; similarly a 964, 993, 996 and 986 (Boxster).

The 10th digit in the chassis number is the model year or series;

A=1980; B=1981;C=1982;D=1983?

E=1984;F=1985;G=1986;H=1987;J=1988;K=1989.

L=1990; M=1991; N=1992; P=1993;

R=1994; S=1995; T=1996; V=1997;

W=1998;X=1999;Y=2000; then it changes to a more simple format 1=2001;2=2002 etc.

The eleventh digit = place of manufacture S= Stuttgart.

The thirteenth digit onwards the production number.

NOTE; North American Porsche appear to be a little 'behind' Europe. For example, the first 964 Carrera 4 was seen in Germany in late 1988, but only in late 1989 for the UK and 1989 for the U.S.

(source: Performance 2and4)


993 production figures

Porsche 911/993 production figures. (source: Wikipedia)

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Carlos's comments

On Saturday, May 24th, 2008, I went shopping for a Porsche Boxster S and somehow found myself steeping into a time machine to 1997. Right next to the Boxster was a georgeus, white 1997 Porsche 911/993 Carrera S Coupe. Truly stunning. The most mint vehicle I have ever seen. I have always loved this rendition of the 911 (the 993). I must admit that while I have followed the vehicle with the goal of someday owning one, I had never driven a 993. Here was my chance.

This vehicle only had 43,000 miles, but it looked like it was as new as you can get. Nothing has been touched on this car, ever, and the test drive did not disappoint.

Keeping in mind that this is an 11 year old car (and it feels like it) it does hold up quite well. However, when you compare it to a modern car, it comes up a bit short. This is not a fair comparison, since it obviously is what it is, so I immediately put that feeling aside.

While driving down the street all I noticed was all of the people pointing to it as I drove by them. A clearly loved an appreciated model, it was a breath of fresh air on the streets of Chicago.

One of the most confusing parts of this experience was the asking price. The dealer was asking $58,000 but my research has revealed pricing ranging from $15,025 from Motor Trend, to $28,825 from Kelly Blue Book, to $38,300 from Excellence Magazine. Having said that, I did find a few online that very day, and they ranged from $48,900 to $49,995.

Even the production numbers are hard to confirm. The Autobahn lists "Carrera - US/Can: 4972 ROW: 5794", but Wikipedia lists a number of 3,714.

Of course, as you can imagine, the salesman was all about what a great investment this car is, and how it is a sure bet for the future. "They are all being scooped up by Europeans" he said. "It can only go up in value", but as you can read at the top of this article, Excellence Magazine (the Porsche Magazine) states the contrary.

Carlos's comments

10-4-8. The dealer was asking $58,000, but as of this weekend, the car is still sitting on the lot with a reduced price of $50,000.

Carlos's comments

If you bought this car, and want to sell it, contact me.

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COMMENTS
rick3339 days ago

I've got a 1997 C2. Not the S, but very similar.

It's a wonderful driving around car. The amazing thing is that it feels very similar to the 1963 Carrera that my friend owns. The newer 911s don't have that 'feel' - that I'm sitting just a few inches above the ground.

However, it's not a great track car. It just doesn't inspire confidence to put it deep into a corner. Maybe the S feels different?

CT3339 days ago

Getting the real market value on this car has been quite difficult. It seems to be all over the place. I do have to admit that this car is very clean, but it it worth the $58k the dealer wants?

Todd3314 days ago

The last of the air-cooled Porsches will be are collector's items. The asking price for a later 993 is often higher than a similarly-equipped (and, obviously, newer) 996...

vectorbug3313 days ago

My favorite generation of the 911. As everyone knows, the last of the air cooled engines. But also the last that used the original door design (inside the cabin). It was a simple and comfortable design. One of those things Porsche designers reasoned with "Its great, why change it?"

chris3263 days ago

did you buy it yet???

Harri2734 days ago

After owning a 3.2 Carrera for over 15 years, I have been eyeing the 993's and found them to be somewhat problematic. The reason being that the so-called "desirability" of this car has pushed prices clearly ahead of their value (at least from a driveability and practicality standpoint). Other than the 1994-95 group, some later models have also experienced early valve guide wear among other issues. If one is set on air-cooled 911's, the best bet would be the 3.2's or the SC's. These engines are truly bulletproof as long as you can deal with the necessary valve adjustments. Otherwise, buy the 993 911 S and stick it in your garage for speculation, or just buy a nice pre-owned (H2O) 997 (for probably the same money).

Louise Bent2655 days ago

I have a 993--1998--911--Carrera--2S, Production date was 11/27/1997. The auto is Gards Red with Grey Leather Interior. I would love to find out how many that were made, with that color combination.

Carlos Teixeira2634 days ago

very good article

key2384 days ago

I am impressed!

adam crabtree2354 days ago

Wow. I saw that car too. Apparently we were shopping at the same time. I myself was looking for an RS America, having ruled out the Carrera S due to price and limited availability. Productions is 3700 approximately, but thats for the entire world. Yes, 993s ship to German very often. Don't know why but some German friends tell me it could have to do with our low speed limits. Americans also tend to buy these cars as second cars, so wear and tear is minimal.

Quint2210 days ago

Hi all,
I am looking to buy a black/black 993 Coupe. If anybody has one for sale, please contact me.

CT2209 days ago

Two stunning, low mile cars are currently on eBay, but they are both silver/black. http://tinyurl.com/6yy6eqr and the other jsy went off (but did not sell)

norman2015 days ago

I bought a black on black 1998 CarreraS Coupe in 2001 with about 6000 miles on it. I now have about 40,000 well driven miles on the car and it is by far the best automobile I have ever owned. Going back to my 1957 Corvette, 1966 Maserati Mistral, several muscle cars and three earlier Porsches. I guess you would call it a garage car that gets out every week or two for exercise. The only maintenance required is an oil change once a year. This car is 'overbuilt' for durability and handling. I've read several comments on this site pro and con about peoples experiences and expectation for price appreciation. Being close to 70 years old and having seen a variety of cars go through my life...you will not find a better used car for the money....and my experience with owning and buying cars over the years tell me this Porsche is on it's way to being a valuable holding. Give it 15-20 years (depending on inflation) and you'll be looking at a $100,000 automobile and thinking "why didn't I buy that when I had the chance". I am not an automobile collector but I like cars that appreciate and are fun to drive. This one fits the bill top to bottom. I am obviously a little biased but that is because of the exhilaration of driving it and the lack of maintenance. It is rare to buy a car that doesn't depreciate in the first 10 years no matter what the make. There are different elements that turn a car into a classic. For example I remember drooling over a Mercedes 300 Gull Wing as a kid and thinking how expensive it was at $5500. Now I think they're pushing a million. Or maybe the Shelby Cobra which was around the same price in the 60's and if you can find one for $500,000 now you are doing well. So as a reminder these cars didn't hit their stride as collectibles until years after production. The elements that turned these cars into classics...the gull wing doors on the Mercedes....the design and power of the Cobra are things that set them apart from others. The element of the 1998 being the last air-cooled production of the Porsche is the element that will turn it into a very desired car as the years pass. So....from a guy who's seen a lot of cars in his life and spent a lot of time driving them the 98 Porsche is a no- brainer.

Archie1988 days ago

I ended up here because I am currently eyeing the same model currently on sale in South Africa. I saw the cat listed at R490000 although Auto Trader has it listed at a slightly higher value.

http://www.autotrader.co.za/used-cars/porsche/911/used-porsche-911-carrera-s-993-gauteng-fpa-at8a6a050234f1d09b013508c7ad9d7840

I think I will be making my offer if I can get it at less than R500K ~ I was looking at the VW Golf R (good car to travel to and from client). But i sold my business ~ currently working for some corporate company - the Porsche won't be bad for the return trip to and from work, 5 days a week.

cwd1701 days ago

Please help!!! I have a 1998 993 Carrera Cabriolet with only 30k original miles. It is a beautiful dark blue with like new tan leather seats. the car was originally purchased at Beverly Hills Porsche in Beverly Hills, CA. It's production date on the door plate says 11/97, but it was sold as a 1998 and the vin# confirms this.

It has turbo wheels and looks like a wider body. When I looked up "Porsche 993" on Google, I came across the Wikipedia article that stated..."Although a Carrera S Cabriolet was never officially offered by the factory, a small number (believed to be 5) were special ordered through the Porsche Exclusive department in 1997 and sold as 1998 models by Beverly Hills Porsche in California."

So you can imagine my surprise when i read this in Wikipedia. I am sure this is not one of the five, but it is a 1997 Cabriolet sold as a 1998 from the Beverly Hills Porsche and it does have some of the Carrera S features.

So now I am desperately trying to figure out how many of these 1998 Cabriolet 993s were actually made and a ballpark for how much it is worth. I would also like to know how can I conclusively or definitively verify that it is not one of the Beverly Hills 5 mentioned in Wikipedia (I called the dealer in Beverly Hills and was not able to get a definitive), so can anyone out there help me answer any of these questions? Thanks and much appreciated!

cwd1701 days ago

How many 1998 911/993 Carrera Cabriolets convertibles were produced?

John1339 days ago

I'm looking for a blk on blk 1997 911s Coupe, 4s is an option and the color is negotiable....anyone know of someone selling one????

John800 days ago

I have a 1997 Porsche 911 Targa 993, Silver with only 29,000 miles in excellent condition.

Call John
208-651-9743

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