This is a 1994 968 cabriolet that was imported from England. While its not perfect, it is a very nice driver. The four cylinder mated to an automatic transmission make the car fun for a tour or just cruising around the mountain roads of the Pacific Northwest. This isn't the car you want to rent if you're looking to tear up the roads. We expect that you'll drive it respectfully.
It is a RIGHT HAND DRIVE car from England. That's one of the primary reasons we purchased it. Its just fun to drive on the other side of the car. Its not hard to do and after a few minutes behind the wheel, you'll feel comfortable. The hardest part for me was looking up and to the left to focus on the inside mirror. There are outside mirrors like a conventional car so they'll be right where you'd expect them to be,
There are back seats, but it really isn't suited for hauling kids around. The rear trunk on this car is SMALL. The back seats will fold down, but that doesn't give you much more room. We'd recommend you use soft luggage, if you plan to travel with the car. Your welcome to leave any large suitcases at our house and we have fabric luggage you may borrow.
The radio is an original cassette unit and the sound isn't up to the standards of most new cars. Its on the list of "things to upgrade". There isn't an air conditioner. We just have the top down on the sunny days. The convertible top is in near new condition, but if you get stuck in a heavy rain storm, expect a few drips around the glass.
My wife and I are the Membership Chairs for the Pacific Northwest Region of the PCA and we purchased the car specifically to share with our friends. If your planning to use the car for a PCA tour, the mileage limit doesn't apply. If you're a PCA member from another region and would like to learn more about our local tours, please contact us. The PNW has some great roads and the drive around Mt Rainier is a summer treat.
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If you're flying into SeaTac, contact us for help to get a ride. We'll do our best to make it painless.