David S. Wallens
David S. Wallens Editorial Director
12/13/19 8:10 a.m.
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Weren’t these $200,000-plus cars not too long ago? Fantasy Junction is asking $169,500 for their 1994 Porsche 964 Speedster. Hagerty says that’s not event No. 3 money. According to the seller, this 14,000-mile example sounds clean:

“The paint is in essentially new condition, with beautiful high gloss and no marks of significance, showing beautiful luster and deep gloss to the highly reflective black finish. The lower rocker surfaces, front valance, and rear fenders are free from notable chips or damage. All glass is original to the car and shows essentially as new. Lighting, trim, and emblems are further beautifully preserved and nicely detailed. The original top has a tight fit to the windshield frame and shows beautifully when fastened in place. The wheels are free from edge marks or curb rash and the center emblems add a nice colorful factory touch, while the Michelin Pilot Sport tires show ample remaining tread for further driving enjoyment.”

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