Yes it is speed yellow! This is my 1st 911 and has been an awesome car. This is also my 5th Porsche. I picked up the car in Portland and drove it South of LA. It is not the most comfortable car for long trips, especially with sports seats. But, I got an avg. of 27 Mpg! Unbelievable in such a fast car. It effortlessly does 3 digit speeds, even up hills!! The car was loaded with sport exhaust, drive block, limited slip, sport seats to name a few options. The paint was a $3000 option when new; now it is a std. color on Porsches. The C2S has excellent styling, very quick acceleration and classic 911 interior dash. Recommend to do a corner balance on the suspension and it will handle even better!
The performance of the Porsche 911 4S
is totally awesome. It has great
handling and accelerates like it's got
a plane to catch. I previously owned a
Boxster and there is simply no
comparison; the 911 is serious, the
Boxster is a toy.
1998 was fairwell to the 911(993) as
we knew it. While the 911 (996) is a
fantastic car it is more of a luxury
automobile than a true "drivers" car.
The C2S handles like a go-cart, in a
good way, and rockets like a sport
motorcycle. The 1998 C2S and C4S are
destin to be a classic.
Here's the truth: you will never find
a car that's more fun to drive.
Period. If you want a luxury car,
however, don't buy a porsche. The
interior is spartan. The car creaks
and croaks and makes other interesting
noises. There's no cupholder or other
modern accutrements. And the dashboard
layout defies logic (you can't even
see the AC/Heat controls because they
are blocked by the steering wheel).
But you will stick to the road. And
can take a sharp right at 60. And if
you see 6th gear, you're probably
going 100 (not that you'd even notice).
I bought this black on black monster from a dealer in Texas in 2001. It had 8K miles on it. Dealer owned and driven according to Carfax. Still only has 30K well driven miles. I've had 4 Porches and my mechanics... all worked at the Porsche factory at one time... told me this was the one to keep. The turbo setup with the smaller engine is over engineered for driving. In other words... you wear anything out very easy. This is the perfect 'classic' car to own which you can drive without depreciating the price. This car was built to be driven and needs to be pressed at 130-150 every few years just to let you know you're alive. I typically run mine at 3500-4000 rpms on normal. Change oil every 5K.