Started on Jan. 14 by Wachuko

1991 Porsche 911 C4 Cabriolet

My car is a 1991 C4 Cabriolet it had 40,275 miles when I bought it. The car was serviced, for most of its life, by AMAG since it was originally imported into Switzerland (thanks Adrian Streather for the initial hints as to where to start looking). A letter to AMAG gave me all the service history of the car while in Switzerland. Clutch, pressure plate and flywheel were changed three times during a 4 year period. The distributor has the ventilation kit installed. After that the owner moved to the US and the car had a speedometer changed from kph to mph. I have made a few changes, top changed to 993 style, added a rear wing, new rear reflectors, new suspension, big red (turbo) brake calipers, and a fabspeed header/exhaust system.

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Jan. 14, 2010, 1:56 p.m.

Nice car! What's the big difference between the 964 and 993 top? I'm looking to replace the top on my 91 C4 Cab soon.

Jan. 14, 2010, 3:53 p.m.

964 top is a two piece unit with a zipper. Side profile is a bit more of a squared look with the different cuts. 993 top is a single unit. Look at the second photo. It is a side shot with a good look at the top's side profile. It flows better. It is all about what you want, if you want to keep your car original, go with the 964 top, if you want to update it a little bit and like the flow/lines go with the 993-styled top. Just to be clear, it is a 993-styled top built for the 964. 964 and 993 tops are not interchangable. Hope that helps.

Jan. 15, 2010, 3:35 p.m.

Thanks for the info. I do like the way yours "flows". Sharp looking car!

Jan. 15, 2010, 7:58 p.m.

Nice car love the stance and flow of the car. It's also red like my Alfa love that

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