Porsche 968CS (Club Sport)

We really do love finding great cars and this beautiful 968 Club Sport is a real prize. Owned by a friend & Porsche club member since the car was just over 3 year old & pampered since.

The car was pre registered by the suppling dealer Lancaster Porsche (30-09-1994) & sold to its 1st owner Ms Nichole (22-10-1994)  She sold the car within 6 months to its 2nd owner Mr Smith (05-04-1995) and our client Purchased the car from GlenVarigill Porsche (02-04-1998) 

This Club Sport is in outstanding condition and we had nothing to do, regarding preparation. Look at the images of the engine bay & spare wheel area, they look almost new with all the original labels in place. The spare wheel is unused. The car comes with its original tool kit, jack, sunroof bag, luggage net, original documents wallet, all the original hand/service books. 15 old mots going back to the first 18-11-1997, 2 sets of keys, a large A4 folder of old invoices & the all important 968CS supplement to the drivers Manual. 

With a current mileage of 102k that’s under 4k miles per year. This car is totally as it left the factory, no racing upgrades or none standard dodgy parts, totally standard (hard to find )

Full Main Dealer service history with the exception of 1 stamp in 2006 when it was carried out by a Porsche specialist 

Whats not to like & priced well for an exceptional car.

Model history

From 1993 through 1995, Porsche offered a lighter-weight “Club Sport” version of the 968 designed for enthusiasts seeking increased track performance. Much of the 968’s luxury-oriented equipment was removed or taken off the options list; less sound deadening material was used, electrical windows were replaced with crank-driven units, upgraded stereo systems, A/C and sunroof were still optional as on the standard Coupe and Convertible models. In addition, Porsche installed manually adjustable lightweight Recaro racing seats rather than the standard power-operated leather buckets (also manufactured by Recaro), a revised suspension system optimised and lowered by 20 mm for possible track use, 17-inch wheels (also slightly wider to accommodate wider tyres) rather than the 16-inch as found on the Coupe and wider tyres, 225 front and 255 rear rather than 205 and 225 respectively. The four-spoke airbag steering wheel was replaced with a thicker-rimmed three-spoke sports steering wheel with no airbag, heated washer jets were replaced with non heated, vanity covers in the engine bay were deleted, as was the rear wiper. The Club Sport has no rear seats.

Club Sport models were only available in Grand Prix White, black, Speed yellow, Guards red, Riviera blue or Maritime blue exterior colours. Seat backs were colour-coded to the body. Club Sport decals were standard but there was a ‘delete’ option. All Club Sports had black interiors with the 944 S2 door cards. Due to the reduction in the number of electrical items the wiring loom was reduced in complexity which saved weight and also the battery was replaced with a smaller one, again reducing weight. With the no frills approach meaning less weight, as well as the optimising of the suspension, Porsche could focus media attention on the Club Sport variants fast road and track abilities. This helped to slightly bolster the flagging sales figures in the mid-1990s. The Club Sport variant achieved a ‘Performance Car Of The Year’ award in 1993 from Performance Car magazine in the UK. Club Sport models were only officially available in the UK, Europe, Japan & Australia, although “grey market” cars found their way elsewhere. The declared weight of the 968 CS is 1,320 kg (2,910 lb), ~100 kg (220 lb) lighter than the regular 968. Acceleration from a standstill to 97 km/h (60 mph) takes 5.6 seconds and top speed is 260 km/h (162 mph).

A UK-only version called “968 Sport”, was offered in 1994 and 1995, and was essentially a Club Sport model (and was produced on the same production line with similar chassis numbers) with electric windows, electric release boot, central locking, cloth comfort seats (different from both the standard and the Club Sport). With the added electrics the larger wiring loom was used. The Sport Variant also got back the two rear seats, again in the cloth material specific to the Sport. At £29,975, the 968 Sport was priced £5,500 lower than the standard 968, but had most of the latter’s desirable “luxuries” and consequently outsold it by a large margin (306 of the 968 Sport models compared to 40 standard 968 coupés).

 

£ 37999

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