35,156 Original Miles

 

Manual Transmission
3.0L 4 Cyl
236 hp @ 6200 RPM*
225 lb/ft torque @ 4100 RPM*
Capable 0-60 MPH: 5.6 seconds
Top Speed: 162 MPH
*Base Price in 1993: $39,000

 

*Seller Asking:

$99,968



Fast Facts:
  • The Porsche 968 replaced the 944, a car that the 968 is largely based off of. The 968 is the last front-engine sports car Porsche ever produced, sporting an updated engine from the 944 S2 (non-turbo) pushing 236 hp. The engine was unmodified for Clubsport duty
  • Iconic driver and motorsport legend Walter Röhrl claimed the 968 CS was the “best handling car that Porsche made” in a period road test
  • The Clubsport (CS) is the lightweight, race-focused version of the 968, weighing 110 lbs less than the standard model (2,910 lbs). The “Clubsport” treatment mimics the “RS” treatment found on today’s Porsche cars. Only 1,923 models were produced worldwide, none of which officially sold in the USA
  • The CS was a bare-bones 968 that featured less sound deadening, no rear seats, and lightweight Recaro racing seats from the 911 Carrera RS. The suspension is stiffened and lowered by 20mm, and the 17″ Cup wheels are larger and wider than those on the base car
  • The CS uses a 3-spoke non-airbag steering wheel instead of the 4-spoke airbag steering wheel found on regular cars. Heated washer jets were replaced with non-heated units to save weight. Rear speakers, rear wiper, and engine bay covers were deleted. All Clubsports came with black interiors
  • Since many electrical options were absent from the car, the wiring loom was noticeably smaller and lighter on the CS. This meant a smaller, lighter battery could be used as fewer components are drawing power
  • The 968 features the first naturally aspirated engine to produce 75 lb ft of torque per liter. While three liters sounds excessive for a 4 cyl, the block employed a weight-optimized
    crankshaft, forged steel connecting rods, lightweight pistons, and counter-rotating balance shafts (allowing the 968 to forgo a harmonic balancer, which is a heavy part). Compression ratio is a steep 11.0:1
  • This is the first street car to utilize Porsche’s VarioCam technology, which plays a major role in the high torque output. The system varies the timing of the intake valves by altering the timing chain tension between the intake and exhaust cams, creating an effect similar to that of increasing cam overlap. Below 1500 RPM, the cam is advanced to reduce hydrocarbons. From 1500 to 5500 RPM, the camshaft retards to produce maximum mid-range torque. Above 5,500 RPM, the cam is advanced for maximum power. VarioCam can alter cam timing by as much as 15 degrees
  • Like the 944, the transmission is located in the rear of the car (transaxle) resulting in a 50/50 weight distribution
Key Model Year Changes:
  • First year of the Clubsport, produced from 1993 to 1995. Only 1,923 models were produced worldwide (none for the U.S)
  • First year of R134a air conditioning (CFC free), replacing R12
  • The majority of the changes didn’t occur until the 1994 model year, and they were minor. The following are 1994 MY changes:
  • LSD switches from a clutch type to a Torsen type
  • Connecting rods are slightly thicker for added strength
  • Coolant hardpipes are now hoses
  • Pollen filters added
  • New security wheel lug nut with special lug nut wrench
  • Models without A/C (such as the Clubsport) are no longer equipped with a second electric cooling fan
  • The turn signal cancelling hardware is improved
  • Electric windows no longer function once the key is removed from the ignition. Windows only work with the key in position 1

 

Seller Notes:
  • Speed Yellow with paint-matched Recaro bucket seats and Cup 1 wheels
  • Imported to the U.S in June 2020
  • Factory options: sport suspension, 40% locking diff, Cup wheels, bucket seats, and more
  • A/C blows ice cold
  • 6 pt roll cage and mild aftermarket exhaust installed
  • Factory radio still in place

 

  • Location: Miami, Florida – (more photos below)
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*SAE rated from factory. May not reflect current output.
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