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Classic Porsche: Collectors Edition

Explore our Lineup of Pre-2000 German-Made Porsche Models in Canada

At Weissach, we're committed to serving the new and diehard collectors, the classic driving enthusiasts, and those who crave the finer things in their luxury vehicles. As our clientele in Vancouver, Langley, South Surrey, Northwest Vancouver, White Rock, BC, and all of Western Canada can attest, our showroom is known to house some of the market's most attractive and highly coveted luxury and collectors' vehicles, including a varied lineup of pre-2000, German-made Porsche models.

Whether you're pining for a classic 911 Speedster, convertible, or a Carrera cabriolet, you'll find a variety of marvels of classic, refined German automation at Weissach, and we're proud to report these Classic luxury Porsche vehicles are only growing in value. From their punchy and refined engines to their iconic exterior designs to their driver-centric and opulent interiors, our classic Porsche models are timeless in every way, as each boast a bevy of attractive qualities for those who prioritize aesthetics, upscale comfort, or the kind of refined and exhilarating performance that only German automation can provide. No matter if you aim to add another classic Porsche to your collection or treat yourself to a luxury vehicle whose drive and design have both stood the test of time, you can allow us the pleasure of presenting our legendary Porsche inventory below and contact us at Weissach in Vancouver, BC for further details on any of these models at your convenience.

Our Pre-2000 Porsche Models

1988 Porsche 911 Targa

As a preeminent purveyor of timeless luxury vehicles, our standards are naturally high, and we're thrilled to reveal our 1988 Porsche 911 Targa sets a high bar on its own. Indeed, this Weissach Certified 911 Targa spent its life in California before making its way to Oregon, which is where we sourced it before including it in our lineup. This 1988 911 Targa joins our Classic 80's Porsche inventory with a spotless accident history and a recent engine rebuild, all while offering plenty of the classic, iconic traits Porsche diehards and collectors have come to know and expect of our luxury vehicles.
The 1988 model year marked the 911's 25th anniversary, and with it came a design that paid homage to the classic 911 silhouette and aesthetic. You'll see proof of that commitment and respect for the 911 tradition in our 1988 Targa model, which boasts a fetching black exterior finish and a G body construction that's grown increasingly rare and valuable over the years. This reconditioned Porsche 911 car's interior is equally attractive, offering refined black leather upholstery, ample room for optimal enjoyment of its engaging performance, and a vintage analog dashboard that will steal the hearts of both collectors and classic Porsche buffs alike.
As for its hardware and powertrain, this 1988 Porsche 911 Targa's engine remains proof of the German automaker's singular vision and engineering, even 35 years after the model's inception. A refined 3.2L air-cooled, flat-six engine produces a solid 217 horsepower and works in concert with Porsche's still-beloved G50 five-speed manual transmission, which does its part to regale driving enthusiasts with enhanced flexibility and acceleration.
Meticulous attention to detail is paramount in luxury automation, and luckily, our 1988 911 Targa offers plenty of features, tools, and options for enhancement that prove Porsche's commitment to those very details. Indeed, this luxury car comes with a leather Porsche pouch for its owner's manual, a tool kit, and tire jack, while its factory options include cruise control, power-adjustable seats, and a stylish set of 16-inch Fuchs forged alloy wheels. Furthermore, you can enjoy this 911 Targa model with several attractive options that we can add in-house, from a Kenwood stereo system with USB input to grey textured floor mats that will make this reconditioned 1988 Porsche's interior all the more welcoming.

1989 Porsche 911 Speedster

Back in 1989, the demand for Porsche to bring more Speedster models to market was robust, but the iconic German automaker only produced 2,104 of them for that model year. As if this decision didn't limit the '89 Speedster's availability enough, only 830 of its left-hand-drive models made their way stateside, with our own 1989 Speedster first residing in California before making its way to our showroom, where two different owners have previously treated themselves to this model since 2010.
With Porsche taking inspiration from its 1985 Speedster concept, this 1989 model was designed with shades of the 356 Speedster, boasting a G-series 911 body with a two-seat configuration, a raked windshield, and a roll-away roof that can be neatly stored beneath a double-bubble rear tonneau cover that can still turn heads to this day. In addition to an aesthetic that transcends time and trends, our beautifully preserved 1989 Porsche 911 Speedster's exterior boasts a racy Guards Red finish, while its interior is lined with rich black leather punctuated with red piping, a combination that will pique the interest of those who are partial to a sportier aesthetic and those who prioritize refinement in equal measure.
The '89 911 Speedster's performance leaves nothing to be desired either, thanks in no small part to its 3.2L air-cooled flat-six engine, a refined piece of engineering that produces 231 horsepower. This punchy motor pairs with the lauded G50 five-speed manual transmission, with this duo treating its next owner to unmatched responsiveness and acceleration, while this Porsche car's turbo-look widebody configuration does its part to enhance the '89 Speedster's stability, allowing you to brave curves, corners, and open roads with the confidence only Porsche can inspire.
As with every one of our 80's and beyond Porsche vehicles, this 911 Speedster is available with a variety of compelling factory options, most of which can elevate your premium cockpit experience. In addition to a sport steering wheel with an elevated hub, you can enjoy a Blaupunkt Charleston radio, power-adjustable sport seats, and automatic speed control that are all offered among this Porsche Speedster's factory options, allowing you to enjoy a personalized experience while remaining in control of this luxury car's exhilarating ride. Collectors with a penchant for customizing their cars can also treat themselves to our dealer-added options to elevate this 1989 Porsche 911 Speedster with a measured touch of modernity, as our available add-ons include Hertz speakers, Bilstein struts, a Dansk Sport muffler, and a set of stylish Porsche wheel caps punctuated by a coloured crest. And perhaps best of all, this '89 911 Speedster is accident-free, low-mileage, and prepared with care by our team of Porsche specialists, which spells nothing but good things for its performance and value as a highly coveted collector's item.

1990 Porsche 911 Targa Convertible

We enter the 90s with a Porsche that oozes class and elegance over 30 years after it first hit the market: the 1990 Porsche 911 Targa convertible. This attractive and timeless collector's item was first registered in Virginia in 1990 and wound up in California 25 years later before we brought it into the fold at Weissach.
Targa variations, especially those dating back to this Porsche's 964 generation, have steadily grown in demand among collectors, as those fortunate enough to own them are reluctant to part with them, and those in the market for a 911 Targa sometimes struggle to find one that's been cared for and stood the test of time. That said, despite how beloved and coveted 911 Targa models may be, their inception was something of a happy accident borne out of anticipated necessity. Fearing a ban on convertibles with fully retractable roofs was looming back in the mid-to-late 60s, Porsche took action and designed the Targa variation with a roll-over roof, and it remains an attractive and popular take on the 911 to this day. In fact, Porsche only produced 1,329 of the 964 generation's Targa 2 models, and our 1990 911 Targa convertible's scarcity, retro aesthetic, luxurious leather interior, and lauded flat-six engine make it a worthy addition to any premium vehicle collection and an equally attractive choice for those who love taking the wheel of a classic that can still outperform more than a few luxury cars.
With its coupe-like lines and convertible top, our 1990 911 Targa can earn the fancy of those who enjoy serene weekend cruises, all while treating you to a vintage upscale experience thanks to a cabin that's refined, analog, and simple, yet elegant. In addition to a stylish black exterior, this '90 911 Targa car boasts a classic black-and-tan leather combination on the inside, with a recently installed Porsche Classic Radio adding a touch of modernity that doesn't tarnish this Porsche convertible's vintage cabin experience. Furthermore, this 911 Targa has been regularly tended to, as our service records show regular vehicle maintenance dating back to 1997, and we've added our own enhancements to this Porsche during our thorough and meticulous reconditioning process. Indeed, we've treated our 1990 911 Targa to new front sway bar end links, oil cooler lines, rear brakes, and a wheel alignment to ensure that it continues to perform smoothly for years to come. We've also added USB and auxiliary audio inputs to go with this Targa's Porsche Classic Radio, as well as navigation and new front speakers for optimized convenience and entertainment. You can rest assured this highly coveted Porsche car's materials and aesthetic have been thoroughly preserved as well, as we've treated our 1990 911 Targa to a meticulous and professional detailing that inspires confidence in the driver while preserving a timeless design and enhancing this luxury car's value.
As for its performance, this '90 Targa model is powered by a 3.6L flat-six engine that's not only easy on the ears, but also generous in pep, boasting 250 horsepower and 229 lb-ft of torque. Its brawn may trail that of Porsche's more recent innovations, but this Targa car remains a veritable joy to drive, as its lighter weight makes it exceptionally nimble and athletic compared to its era's stablemates, allowing you to brave curves and corners with the utmost agility and stability. A five-speed manual transmission treats drivers to the responsive acceleration that defines Porsche automation and engineering, and with its power steering, retractable rear spoiler, and twin-spark ignition, this 90s-era 911 Targa offers all the dynamism and hardware driving enthusiasts crave in a classic luxury car.

1991 Porsche 911 Targa

It may be one of several Targa variations in our 90's Porsche lineup, but this 1991 911 model remains a rare find, as the iconic German automaker produced only 367 of its kind as part of the 911's 964 era, making it a potential gem for any diehard collector's stable. This specific Porsche 911 Targa spent much of its life south of the border in Texas until it was acquired by the collector who eventually helped it become one of the more recent members of our legendary inventory.
Our thoroughly serviced, low-mileage '91 911 Targa joins our fleet with a coupe-like silhouette and a Guards Red exterior that's both racy and vibrant without looking gaudy, while its interior is lined with rich black leather and steals the hearts of lifelong Porsche enthusiasts and collectors with a variety of attractive cabin comforts. Indeed, a full-length centre console and height-adjustable leather seats combine for premium and personalized comfort in this 1991 Porsche 911 Targa, so its driver can take the wheel and enjoy this premium car's direct and engaging drive in the luxury that's been synonymous with the Porsche name for eons.
While we're on the subject of engaging drives, this 964-era Porsche 911 Targa can oblige its next owner with exactly that, boasting a 3.6L flat-six engine that produces 250 horsepower, a solid 229 lb-ft of torque, and some sweet sounds that you'll enjoy whether you're at the wheel or admiring this luxury car from the outside. In addition to its refined and punchy flat-six engine, this '91 Targa model includes a responsive five-speed manual transmission tailor-made for the driving enthusiasts and thrill-seekers of the world, as well as a variety of innovations Porsche had introduced with its models of the 911's beloved 964 generation. Indeed, these Porsche cars, our '91 Targa model included, were treated to power steering, twin-spark ignition, and a patented large and retractable rear spoiler that extends upwards at 80 km/h and returns to its natural resting position at under 10 km/h. The sum of these components, innovations, and the 1991 Porsche 911 Targa's powertrain produce a nimble, crisp, and agile ride in a package that piques the interest of the consummate collector, the weekend cruiser, and the diehard Porsche enthusiast in equal measure.

1994 Porsche 911 RoW Carrera Coupe

Those who've lived through Porsche's consistent evolution and glowing history often hold a special place in their hearts for the 90s era of this German automakers' lifetime, and you won't need more than a cursory glance at this 1994 Porsche 911 RoW Carrera coupe to understand why. First and foremost, this specific model first saw the light of day on the other side of the Pacific in Japan and separates itself from its era's North American stablemates with distinctive lighting on the front fender, hence its Rest of the World (RoW) designation. That's not all that distinguishes this 911 RoW Carrera from its North American counterparts, as it hit the market in the 1994 model year, while we on this side of the pond weren't introduced to it until 1995. A full 25 years after its debut in Japan, this 1994 Porsche Carrera coupe made the journey across the Pacific to Canada, where it's resided ever since.
Not only does this 911 RoW Carrera coupe join our attractive pre-2000 lineup with low mileage for a model of its years, it's also been thoroughly serviced and reconditioned by our team of professionals with new front brakes, battery, spark plugs, front and rear shocks, drive belts, wheel alignment, and much more, so its next collector and driver can enjoy an exhilarating luxury ride in a coupe with an optimized lifespan and value. Having been conceived as Porsche was transitioning the 911 Carrera from its 964 generation to its 993 era, this RoW model is beloved for its unparalleled beauty, having been designed with an elegant silhouette and attractive curves that strike a perfectly harmonious balance between modernity and Porsche's iconic aesthetic, with a timeless, rich Iris Blue Metallic body colour and a striking rear spoiler completing this coupe's mature exterior design.
This '94 Porsche 911 RoW Carrera coupe is just as subtle, yet astonishing and refined on the inside, due in no small part to its comfortable and upscale dark blue leather seats. Height-adjustable seats make it easy for both the driver and passenger to personalize their comfort in this 911 RoW Carrera model, while this Porsche coupe's sunroof keeps you in touch with your surroundings and makes its drive all the more exhilarating. Porsche has proven on countless occasions that a luxury cabin experience doesn't require too many bells and whistles, but carefully selected materials, creature comforts, and layouts, and this 1994 Porsche 911 RoW Carrera is a shining and timeless example of a philosophy that has yet to fail the iconic German automaker.
The '94 911 RoW Carrera is just as fondly remembered for its powertrain and performance, namely because of its status as a member of the last generation of air-cooled 911 models. Speaking of its air-cooled engine, this Carrera coupe produces more pep than our above-mentioned Targa variations, boasting a refined, responsive 3.6L motor with over 270 horsepower and 250 lb-ft of torque. The air-cooled engine isn't all that evokes a beloved time in Porsche's history, as our '94 911 RoW Carrera coupe also comes with a four-speed Tiptronic transmission, an innovation that debuted not long before this model's inception and quickly earned the glowing approval of Porsche lovers. In short, between its scarcity, unmatched aesthetic, unique RoW features, and punchy air-cooled powertrain, this 1994 Porsche 911 RoW Carrera coupe effortlessly piques the interest of avid Porsche collectors.

1995 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet

A triple-black, low-mileage, accident-free, and well-preserved Porsche cabriolet is a welcome addition to any collector's stable, and our 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera fits that bill to a tee.
This 911 Carrera cabriolet has spent its entire life in our home of Vancouver, BC, and as a member of the 911's adored 993 generation, it boasts a classic and familiar silhouette that still looks right at home among today's luxury cars, with a black body and convertible top and factory-option 17-inch cup wheels rounding out its sophisticated exterior design. A black leather interior completes this '95 911 Carrera cabriolet's triple-black aesthetic, while its driver and passenger seats are both heated and power-adjustable to provide you with cozy comfort in a luxury interior year-round.
The 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera cabriolet's looks and leather cabin aren't all that have attracted collectors and classic Porsche enthusiasts, as it owns the distinction of being among the last of Porsche's air-cooled 911 models. Indeed, the 3.6L air-cooled engine produces a solid 272 horsepower and 250 lb-ft of torque, all while boasting a generous top speed of 270 km/h and going from 0 to 96 km/h in just 5.4 seconds. This smooth, swift, and dazzling acceleration is owed in large part to the '95 911 Carrera cabriolet's responsive six-speed manual transmission, and while the specs of Porsche's latest innovations have surpassed those of the 911's 993 generation, that doesn't make this cabriolet's performance any less engaging. Indeed, our '95 911 Carrera offers all the driving dynamics needed for a nimble and exhilarating ride, with its factory-option cruise control and convertible top combining to help you enjoy refined Porsche engineering and the soft breeze of a lovely day all at once.

1997 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet

As if our 90's Porsche lineup didn't already include a variety of attractive and widely desired models, we have yet another desirable option for anyone looking to grow their collection or make the most of a low-mileage luxury car: a 1997 Porsche 911 Carrera cabriolet. Having first hit the market in the United States, this cabriolet ventured north of the border in 2015 before making its way to Weissach.
Not only does this Porsche cabriolet boast an iconic design and a deep, rich Arena Red Metallic exterior, it also comes with a power convertible roof that allows you to effortlessly enjoy the sun and breeze of a beautiful day. In addition to its elegant curves and ageless silhouette, the '97 Porsche 911 Carrera cabriolet is available with an attractive dealer-added option in 18-inch Speedline wheels, while its interior offers the premium materials and cabin comforts that both old and new Porsche enthusiasts have come to expect. Indeed, rich black leather lines the '97 911 Carrera cabriolet's comfortable seats and perfectly complements its Arena Red Metallic body colour, while power-adjustable front seats and automatic temperature control lead this beloved Porsche car's interior factory options.
The 90s was a decade of timeless innovation for the iconic German automaker, and you'll find and enjoy a variety of this lauded engineering and technology in this 1997 Porsche 911 Carrera model. First and foremost, this 911 Carrera cabriolet was treated to a 3.6L engine with 272 horsepower and up to 250 lb-ft of torque, as well as a four-speed Tiptronic transmission that has Porsche enthusiasts still singing its praises to this very day. This unanimously adored transmission gives the '97 911 Carrera cabriolet a 0-to-96 km/h time of just 6.3 seconds, with this low-mileage Porsche car's powertrain reaching a top speed of 270 km/h and channeling its formidable pep to the rear wheels. The 1997 911 Carrera's factory options also do their part to provide drivers with engaging and crisp performance, offering four-speed Tiptronic buttons built into the steering wheel, automatic speed control for a seamlessly adaptable ride, and Porsche's lauded traction control to help you stay at the reins under various driving conditions. In other words, this Porsche cabriolet was designed to give its drivers the utmost confidence at the wheel while treating them to the refined, smooth, and athletic performance upon which Porsche had long ago built its name and reputation.
No matter which of these 90's German-made Porsche models you choose to make yours, you'll enjoy what every driver and collector desires in a classic luxury vehicle: a timeless aesthetic, refined and engaging performance tailor-made for both cruising and open-road thrills, and a cabin experience that's opulent and comfortable without the superfluous extras. Furthermore, you can rest assured that every one of these Porsche cars has been thoroughly inspected and meticulously serviced and reconditioned, so you can add to your stable of vintage cars or hit the open road knowing your luxury Porsche can stand the test of time. At Weissach, Porsche is our undying passion, and you can treat yourself to your next premium car knowing we've tended to it like one of our own.

Expand Your Collection & Finance Your Porsche with Weissach in Vancouver, BC

Being vintage Porsche enthusiasts ourselves, we know better than most that finding the right luxury car or collector's vehicle is only part of the battle. Luckily, we at Weissach can facilitate every part of the luxury vehicle shopping journey, as we're not only home to numerous compelling pre-2000 Porsche cars, but also to a Finance Centre that can simplify your next lease or purchase. In addition to our accommodating terms, competitive rates, and team of seasoned specialists, we also offer a complimentary vehicle evaluation service to those who'd like to trade or sell us their current car before committing to one of our classic Porsche models. Whether your journey begins online or with a visit to our dealership, Weissach is your preeminent destination for a personalized financing experience, and you can contact us for further details on our inventory and available services at your convenience.