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Club Sport

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Amaranth Violet

Black Cloth Upholstry



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Exterior Colour:

Amaranth Violet

Interior Colour:

Black Cloth Upholstry

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There is no known bodywork damage. The front wings were replaced in 2016 with genuine Porsche items to address some rust on the headlight surrounds.
The Amaranth Violet paintwork presents excellently overall, and is believed to be original to the vehicle. There are a few minor stone chips on the front bumper and bonnet, and an imperfection on the nearside headlight bowl, in line with the car’s age and mileage.
Save for a few minor blemishes, the alloy wheels are in good order.
Moving inside, the original black leather-trimmed cabin is free from any rips or tears and presents very well. There is some slight wear on the main touchpoints and door cards commensurate with the vehicle’s use.
There are no known faults, save for that the dashboard-mounted clock which is cracked and non-functional.


  • A very well-preserved example of the rare lightweight sports car, presented in the striking and notably rare hue of Amaranth Violet.

  • It is powered by the 3.0-litre inline-four, delivering around 237bhp and 225lb-ft to the rear wheels via a six-speed manual transmission.

  • An original UK-supplied example, this 968 Club Sport is believed to be one of only 152 left on UK roads.

  • The car is offered fresh from a recent MOT test and with a new cambelt fitted in the last 300 miles as well as a fresh service from Porsche specialists Wrightune. 

Service History

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This 968’s most recent service was performed in August 2022 by Porsche specialists Wrightune. The previous service was in October 2020 at 89,518 miles by AS Repairs, who changed the engine oil and filter, timing belt, tensioners and idler.

Prior to this, a minor service was carried out in April 2019 at 88,000 miles and in April 2018 at 86,116 miles.
Dates and Mileages:

Oct 2020 – 89,518 miles (cam belt)
Apr 2019 – 88,000 miles
Apr 2018 – 86,116 miles
Mar 2017 – 85,211 miles
Apr 2016 – 83,584 miles (cam belt)