Saturday, May 18, 2019

Hardtop Added: 1998 Porsche Boxster 986

When Porsche released its mid-engine Boxster in 1997, it wasn't just the first roadster to be designed since the original 550 Spyder, but it was also the first mid-engine Porsche to hit the road after the Porsche 914, which was really a Volkswagen project if you believe the web.  Anyway, if you wanted a hardtop version you had to wait until Porsche released the Cayman in 2006 or get one with an added roof, like this 1998 Porsche Boxster 986 offered for $11,500 in Omaha, NE via craigslist. Tip from Jeff. 




From the seller:


1998 Porsche Boxster 
VIN: WP0CA2983WS620112 
condition: excellent 
drive: rwd 
fuel: gas 
paint color: black 
title status: clean 
transmission: manual 
Excellent Condition & Rare Porsche 986 Hardtop W/ many upgrades and options!

Recently all services performed and Equipped with upgraded 19’ Avant Garde Mesh wheels and tires (Hancook) Also, still have OEM wheels that also are included (tires as well) 

Interior & Exterior are impeccable along with recent added tint (all around) and Much MORE! Serious inquiries only and don’t bother with low ball offers.


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8 comments:

  1. DeCuzzi or ? I love the concept, wish they made one for more of a shooting brake though .. and a model for a corvette !

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  2. looks beautiful...but no mileage???

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  3. Perhaps a DeCuzzi from China or might be a Zeintop, made in either South Africa or Holland.

    Seems like a lot of drama as to the history of the design.

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  4. Interest! I never knew such a thing existed. Anyone know if it isremoved relatively easily? Does the softtop still live beneath? Really improves the lines of those cars for me. I was never crazy about how they looked, but this could be a nice trade off. Slick looks most days, but still a convertible when the mood strikes.

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  5. Hokey Smokes, that is a great looking mod.

    Every Boxter would benefit from this.

    -Stan (...yeah, *that* Stan...)

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  6. No one had ever assembled a vehicle that would go even remotely near used car dealerships those velocities", Elford included.

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