I may as well copy and paste some of the lame lines in the ad; "This particular example of the sought after S2 Cabriolet..." or fold my hands into a steeple above my head, lean back into my chair, and smugly say something like "this is a highly desirable Porsche that's appreciating in value quite rapidly!"
truth is, you already know, or should know, what I'm about to say so let me stop here and save my breath because the thing already speaks to the connoisseur...and that's you. the ad is written to seduce those how know nothing about Porsches, let alone an S2 Cabriolet, because it's a specialized car that most know little about. you, on the other hand want to skip the touchy touchy licky licky and get in deep with this '44; the surfacey doyley nonsense doesn't suit you one bit.
wanna give a little rub in front of the trousers? ok then, tell us how this is the last year for the 944 Cabriolet, and S2 for that matter. then go on and say this is one of say eight Cabriolets wearing this color combination, maybe thrown in a detail or two about the cam chain and tensioner and when or if they were even replaced, that the power steering doesn't leak like an incontinent old man, if second gear goes in without any grit, you know...things that speak to the connoisseur and possibly educate, intrigue, or absolutely terrify and twist the testicles of the next punter into a knot should he take an interest in the thing.
best to see the old girl go to someone who's ready to take her into the next 22 years of life rather than some shit who thinks he'll look like a million bucks in a Porsche he paid a pittance for.
sometimes, it all comes too easy.