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Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Cabriolet 1988

General description : Grandprix-WeißVerdeck blauLedersitze blauElektrisch verstellbare Sitze links/rechtsKälteanlageElektrische FensterheberZentralverriegelungCD-Radio BlaupunktKlangpaketWindschutzscheibe mit GrunkeilNebelscheinwerferLM-Felgen 6+7Jx16 "Fuchs"911 Carrera Cabriolet mit umfangreicher Historie und Gutachten. Originales Porsche Wartungsheft und Carfax sowie diverse Rechnungsbelege vorhanden inkl. Rechnung uber komplette Motorrevision von 01/2023 uber 16.557,47 €. Erstauslieferung 01/1988 in Illinois/USA.Verkauf im Kundenauftrag. Gem. § 25a UStG. kein USt.-Ausweis mgl. Anderungen, Irrtumer und Zwischenverkauf vorbehalten. 

Power: 160 kW / 218 PS
Odometer: 105.200 km
Body type: Convertible
Transmission: 5-gear Manual
Exterior: Grandprix-Weiß
Stock: 601
Interior: Blue | Other
HSN/TSN: 0583/000
Country version: USA
Previous owners: -

1988 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Cabriolet is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Hamburg by Peter Oettinger Hamburg GmbH for €71600.

 

Car Facts

Car type : Car Make : Porsche Model : 911 Model Version : Carrera 3.2 Cabriolet Engine size : 3.2 Model Year : 1988 Sub type : Convertible Location : Hamburg Vehicle Registration : Undefined

71600 €

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Peter Oettinger Hamburg GmbH

Peter Oettinger Hamburg GmbH
+49 40 64222206
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The history of Porsche is a fascinating journey from its humble beginnings to becoming an iconic sports car manufacturer. Here's an extensive overview covering the early years up to the 1990s, including models and their racing history:

Early Beginnings:
Founding and Early Models: Founded by Ferdinand Porsche in 1931, the company initially focused on automotive consulting and design.
Volkswagen Beetle and Pre-War Prototypes: Notably, Ferdinand Porsche designed the Volkswagen Beetle, and during the 1930s, the company developed several innovative racing cars and prototypes, such as the Auto Union Grand Prix cars.
Post-War Evolution:
Porsche 356 (1948-1965): The first production model by Porsche, a lightweight and nimble sports car, evolved through various iterations, including Speedster and Carrera versions.
Racing Success: The 356 established Porsche's racing heritage, winning numerous races and establishing itself as a performance-oriented brand.
Iconic Models of the 1960s-1990s:
Porsche 911 (1964-Present):
Enduring Legacy: The iconic 911, with its rear-engine layout, has seen continuous development and remains the quintessential Porsche sports car.
Variants and Evolution: From the early air-cooled models to the more modern water-cooled versions, the 911 has undergone significant technical advancements and model variations.
Porsche 914 (1969-1976):
Collaboration with Volkswagen: Jointly developed with Volkswagen, the mid-engine 914 offered a more affordable entry into Porsche ownership.
Porsche 924/944/968 Series (1976-1995):
Front-Engine Models: These front-engine models aimed to attract a broader audience, offering a different driving experience compared to the rear-engine 911.
Racing Heritage:
Le Mans and Endurance Racing: Porsche's racing heritage includes numerous victories at prestigious events like Le Mans, showcasing the brand's engineering excellence and performance.
Can-Am, Rallying, and Touring Cars: Porsche's success in various racing disciplines contributed significantly to its reputation and technical advancements in automotive engineering.
Technological Advancements:
Turbocharging and Innovations: Porsche pioneered turbocharging in production cars with the 911 Turbo, introducing cutting-edge technology that influenced the automotive industry.
Advanced Engineering: Throughout the years, Porsche continuously refined its engineering, introducing innovations in aerodynamics, handling, and materials.
Conclusion:
Porsche's journey from its early consulting years to becoming synonymous with high-performance sports cars is marked by innovation, racing success, and the iconic 911. Its relentless pursuit of engineering excellence and racing triumphs solidified Porsche's status as one of the most revered and iconic sports car manufacturers globally.