Mileage: 32882 Miles
Country: United States
1992 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Cabriolet Convertible. The term convertible is really only used for automobiles. The word simply means to convert and refers to the fact that a vehicle can be converted from one with a rooftop, to one without a top. The word convertible is the more widely used term in the auto industry today. Cabriolet. The word cabriolet has a French origin that was derived back in the 1800s that referred to a horse-drawn carriage with two wheels and a top that could be pulled over the two occupants of the carriage when weather became bad. Nowadays, the term cabriolet can be interchanged with convertible and basically means the same thing. This Carrera (Spanish for Race and Career referring to the success in the Panamerica series) for consignment presents nicely and is well preserved. Obviously pampered, garaged, and not driven all the time (63,078 miles), a good example of a non turbo version of the Porsche sports car, and a convertible! Exterior Badged Carrera 2 for two-wheel drive, the body on this car shows straight steel panels all minding their gaps, are bathed in White paint. Bumpers are unscathed, as well as an electronic rear spoiler that lifts up and down based on speed, or you can lift it manually.