Allmän beskrivning :
- Chassis # WPOEBO913JS171326
- Engine # 64104953
- An Excellent Driver Quality Example
- Showing 108,089 Miles From New
Finished In Grand Prix White Over Blue Interior
Sale Includes Clean CARFAX, Available Service Documents, Factory Tools, And Spare
There are those that say a proper sports car is to be enjoyed with the top down and those that say the ultimate sports car is the Porsche 911. Following that logic, the pinnacle sports car is a top-down Porsche 911. The first Porsche, the 1948 Porsche 356, was topless, and the original 356 ignited Porsche’s greatness. These early cars kept evolving and built Porsche’s performance reputation and some of the industry’s most iconic road cars and race cars. The 356 evolved into the 911, and the first 911 without a top (Cabriolet) debuted in late 1982, as a 1983 model.
Porsche 911s are always evolving and different enthusiasts enjoy different eras, but many enthusiasts and collectors gravitate towards the G series of the 911. They were built from 1973 to 1989 and remain the longest-running era of the 911 series. The later cars from 1984 on were a sweet spot in the 911’s progression. The motors were more powerful while being more robust and reliable than the early units. The introduction of Bosch’s more advanced digital fuel injection with an ECU to control the ignition and fuel delivery made the cars more powerful, and at the same time reducing its fuel consumption. Another major change came in the summer of 1986 (model year 1987) when the 911 Carrera was given the significantly improved G-50 transmission. All of these 3.2-liter flat sixes cars produce a distinctive and captivating sound and are known to last for hundreds of thousands of miles. These cars still feel powerful today and have an analog feel to the controls that no modern car can match
Cars from the 1980s are gaining in collectability and this 1988 Porsche 911, chassis number WPOEBO913JS171326, is a proper 80s pinup. The car is finished in Grand Prix White with a blue top, blue interior, and matching optional white Fuchs wheels. The car also has the optional locking differential, short shifter, power driver’s seat, and a few other goodies. This car started its life in New York and has been in Pennsylvania since the early 90s. We believe that there were two owners before the current owner. He has cherished the car and kept it garaged, but after a major service never found time to enjoy it. The car starts easily, pulls strong, shifts well, and feels solid. It is well sorted and ready for a new owner, one who wants to enjoy a proper sports car.
The car comes with a few service records, original tools, and spare tire.
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1988 Porsche 911 is listed till salu on ClassicDigest in Philadelphia by Adolfo Massari for $66000.