A unique Porsche 959 Cabrio has been listed on a Dutch website. Only 337 959s were ever made.
A unique Porsche 959 Cabrio has been listed on a Dutch website.
It's a 1987 959 owned by a German man who crashed and rolled the car over its top. When the repairing process began, he decided to convert the 959 into a speedster and installed a 911 Speedster windshield but now the car has an original 959 windshield.
This one-off Porsche 959 convertible was driven for just 5,033 miles (8,100 km) and comes with a flat-six 2.8-liter twin-turbo engine delivering 450 HP (331 kW). It's wearing a Bianco Grand Prix paint and has been listed on a Dutch website for 999,999 EUR, but the ad mentions "price not real, private negotiation."
Porsche produced the 959 between 1986 and 1989 during which they manufactured only 337 units. When it was introduced the 959 became the fastest street-legal production car in the world, managing to hit a top speed of 195 mph (313.82 km/h). It was dethroned a year later by the legendary Ferrari F40 which reached 201 mph (323.48 km/h).