The Iris Blue Metallic 1994 Porsche 968 Coupe for $22,500 is pretty nice. I was in contact with the dealer who owns it, saw lots of pictures, it's a great car. The price was just too rich for me, being a base model of the car. It does have limited slip differential though, which is nice, but hasn't had its pinion bearing replaced. I also wasn't a huge fan of the light two-tone interior.
This car has been on the market for a while, you may be able to negotiate down the price by now.
Thanks, RXTER. Not interested in the tiptronic transmission. The car in California is just too far away for me to reasonably complete a transaction, and the other car is simply too expensive. Will keep waiting for the right vehicle to come along.
My car doesn't meet your mileage criterion (it has about 115K), but it's it fantastic condition, both cosmetically and mechanically, and is a rare, gorgeous slate gray. See my post about it in another thread. I've often thought that if I were a buyer, I'd look much more favorably on a car with a bit higher mileage, but that has documented records that it has been very well maintained, than one with lower miles, but that's just me. In any event, on many components, age is just as big a factor as mileage, so a lower mileage car is not a guarantee of fewer impending repairs.