In celebration of Porsche's 60 years in North America, PCNA is looking for the oldest of each model.  Here's the web site, and details:

We are on the search for the oldest Porsche vehicles sold in America! If you own and can officially verify the retail age of your Porsche, you are invited to enter your car in one of the categories that include the oldest 356, 911, 912, 914, 924, 928, 944, 968, Boxster, Cayenne, Carrera GT and Cayman. Your Porsche will be featured on this website and receive a special badge from the Porsche Museum. The oldest American-retailed cars from each of the 12 models may be photographed and included in the American exhibit at the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart, Germany. One vehicle may be selected to be displayed in the Porsche exhibit at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show.

Those with '92 models might wish to enter.  Jeff Coe, do you know who has the earliest cab and coupe?

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Thanks for posting. You are correct, your coupe is #18 of 2,234 North American 968 coupes.

A few other facts about your car:

It was the first cobalt NA 968 coupe (of the 31 produced)

You also have a special interior. MX is full leather seats in classic grey. The partial leather is what you see more often, the full leather seats are much rarer and your car is 1 of 12 with Full leather seats in classic grey. They cost $1,949 in 1992.

Your other factory options are the cup1 17" wheels (code 403) and the single in-dash CD with hi-fi sound speakers and amps (code 691/490/494)


Very cool 968

Thanks for the info





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