||911 3.2L Carrera targa
Black targa top
honest 80's 911 Carrera that is in very nice condition inside and
out. 1 repaint in the factory original color about 6 years ago,
rear seat delete kit installed, brand new Pirelli
P-Zero tires, new MOMO Prototipo Heritage steering wheel & Lloyds
floor mats, very nice condition
overall, serviced, doesn't smoke at startup and drives very nicely, a
great classic 911 you can drive and enjoy without worrying about losing
|6 keys - 0 remotes
|Yes + digital build sheet
||$43,750.00 / best offer
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WP0EB0918FS160166), (L700) black / (87) cashmere leather with black carpeting, 112,480 miles, 5-spd. manual
trans, built 10/1984, air-cooled OHC 3.2L flat six engine, 200 hp @ 5,900 rpm., 185 ft.-lb. torque @ 4,800 rpm., bore: 3.74
in., stroke: 2.93 in., updated crankshaft with larger main and con rod bearings, crankcase made from die cast aluminium
& Nikasil cylinder liners, reinforced valve covers, engine # 93021-64F, trans # 91568-74F, engine oil cooler, dry sump
oiling system with separate oil tank, contactless capacitor discharge ignition system, dual vacuum advance / retard was
standard on US cars from 1980, DME controlled electronic fuel injection system, 4-wheel independent suspension, track
control arms front & guiding arms rear, both with torsion
stabilizer bars, rack & pinion steering, hydraulic dual circuit
system with separate front & rear circuits, 4-wheel vented disc brakes, hydraulic clutch, flared rear wheel arches, power
windows & ext. mirrors, brake pad wear indicator, integrated fog lights, full analog gauges, full center console, power
windows & exterior mirrors, auto climate control, power windshield washer nozzles, 2-stage heated rear window.
Optional Equipment: (C02) 50-state emissions, (018) Sports steering wheel with elevated hub - replaced with new MOMO
Prototipo Heritage 350mm steering wheel (factory wheel included in sale), (158) Blaupunkt Monterey cassette-radio has
been replaced with Kenwood KDC-168U in-dash AM/FM/CD/USB/MP3/iPhone-iPod-Android/Pandora deck with remote
control (factory radio n/a), rear speakers replaced with Kenwood Excelon full range units, (220) 40% Locking rear differential,
(341) Central locking system with alarm, (395) Light-alloy 16” forged rims (16x7 & 16x9 with brand new Pirelli tires), (424)
Automatic heating control, (454) Automatic speed control, (474) Sport shock absorbers front & rear, (533) central locking
system with alarm, headlight washers, aluminum strut tower brace, factory a/c, 6-way power driver seat, comfort seats left
and right, “targa” embroidered script Lloyds floor mats, colored crest center caps, rear seat delete kit (factory seats included
in sale), power windows, door locks and mirrors, standard carpeting in luggage compartment.
Car has been repainted in the original color by the most recent owner (about 5 years ago), paint looks very nice with no real
the interior is extremely nice with only the typical Carrera issues -
slightly wavy plastic defrost vents by the windshield
and door storage pocket covers that are slightly warped - the leather and carpeting are in exceptional condition, targa top is
also in very nice shape and the rubber seals are soft and supple, the car doesn't smoke at all when started cold and it drives
The a/c compressor & condenser have been removed but are included
in the sale, all necessary lines are in place.
Aftermarket Azev 16" rims with GoodYear tires can be included in the sale. Clean CarFax and owned by most recent owner
2015 - believed to be a 5 owner car, the last 3 all in Southern IN and
members of the local Porsche Club. Have quite a
bit of consistent loose service records from 2006. Checks out via PCNA, fully galvanized unibody, 10 year anti-corrosion
warranty, never smoked in. CarFax shows an "odometer exceeds mechanical limits" title in TX in 08/1990 (meaning the
odometer rolled over 999,999 miles), but there is no reason for this, other than someone checked the wrong box on the
statement when the car was sold from KY to TX. A simple clerical
error from a seller who thought they had to “check
one of the boxes” on the odometer section. The mileage progression on the CarFax report is also accurate, reasonable and
and shows the issue was corrected 10/1991 when the vehicle came to
Indiana. The mileage on the title is correct and
actual and the current title is clear and shows actual mileage. As of 11/05/2020 CarFax is in the process of removing the
incorrect mileage statemtent shown from 1990. The spare, factory jack and jack plate are present.
Tires: Pirelli P-Zero Rosso (225/50-16f & 245/45-16r)
Tread Measurements: DF: 10/32, PF: 10/32, DR: 10/32, PR: 10/32 (10/32 is new tire tread depth).
Available set of Azev 16" rims: 16 x 7.5f (ET25, 5x130 bolt pattern) & 16 x 9r (ET10, 5x130 bolt pattern)
Tires: GoodYear Eagle Sport front & Goodyear Eagle RSA GT rear (205/55-16f & 225/50-16r)
Tread Measurements: DF: 9/32, PF: 9/32, DR: 10/32, PR: 8/32 (10/32 is new tire tread depth)
10/16/1984 - vehicle completed by manufacturer and shipped to dealership in Connecticut winter of 1984.
1984 (late) - (early) 1985 - vehicle sold to first owner in Connecticut.
02/19/1990 - vehicle traded or sold to a dealer in Nicholasville, KY who put the title in their co. name with 57, 076 miles.
02/21/1990 - vehicle sold to 2nd owner in Nicholasville, KY.
08/03/1990 - vehicle sold to 3rd owner in Texas with 59,955 miles.
10/03/1991 - vehicle sold to G.Madden and registered in Jasper, IN with 63,020 miles.
06/09/2003 - vehicle sold to C.Robinson and registered in Elberfeld, IN with 85,700 miles.
07/21/2015 - vehicle traded to R.Jochum in exchange for a 1963 Jaguar E-type project car and registered in Evansville,
IN with 110,776 miles.
10/01/2020 - vehicle purchased as part of a 2-car deal and offered for sale by Buxton Motorsports in Evansville, IN
with 112,461 miles.
History of service:
12/1984 - vehicle serviced and prepped for delivery.
04/07/1993 - vehicle inspected and serviced - recommended maintenance and oil / filter change @ 64,604 miles.
09/26/2003 - vehicle tire balance @ 85,700 miles.
11/14/2006 - inspect driver door lock @ 93,896 miles.
04/10/2007 - vehicle tire balance @ 95,570 miles.
01/31/2008 - new rear tire install @ 97,879 miles.
11/02/2011 - new front tire install @ 108,144 miles.
02/06/2012 - 4-wheel alignment performed @ 108,834 miles.
03/23/2013 - vehicle inspected for rough running, distributor cap and rotor replaced, cleaned idle air valve and MAF, replaced
head temp, speed and reference sensors @ 109,048 miles.
10/28/2015 - bushing set incl shift rod and ball cup bushings and shift rod coupler purchased.
10/28/2015 - vehicle inspected and serviced - recommended maintenance and oil / filter change @ 111,064 miles.
04/13/2016 - various parts ordered in prep for body paint incl. bumper bellows, various rubber seals and gaskets, hood emblem
and front hood shocks.
05/12/2016 - new windshield and gasket installed.
06/17/2016 - installed exhaust pipe / cat bypass, shifter bushings @ 111,438 miles.
07/15/2016 - new front carpet kit purchased.
08/30/2016 - new rear tires installed on AZEV 16” rims @ 111,512 miles.
09/13/2016 - new leather shift boot purchased.
11/15/2016 - rear seat delete kit installed and new interior carpet installed.
11/15/2016 - clutch pedal replaced, installed new bronze bushings and roll pin, replaced both main high pressure fuel lines
@ 112,000 miles.
05/03/2017 - Kenwood CD receiver & Excelon speakers installed.
09/05/2019 - replaced shaft seal, shifter rod, ball and coupler, trans fluid change, short shift kit installed @ 112,386 miles.
10/06/2020 - Pirelli P-Zero tires ordered (installed 10/20/2020)
10/09/2020 - VDO speedometer / odometer cleaned, serviced and calibrated.
10/20/2020 - MOMO Prototipo Heritage steering wheel ordered and installed.
10/20/2020 - Lloyd embroidered floor mats ordered.
Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 and 911 Turbo 3.3. 1984 - 1989:
The basic 911 Carrera 3.2 remained relatively unchanged throughout its
production life, although by the end of 1989 when production finished,
the car had inherited many minor spec changes along with a new, larger,
stronger G50 gearbox in 1987. Essentially three body types were
available, Coupe, Targa and Cabriolet.
In addition to the basic spec, customers were able to order a host of
detail equipment, from heated seats (lh option 139, rh 340), top tint
screen (468), through to spoiler package (front and rear together 473),
wider and bigger Fuchs wheels (16" in various widths), sport
suspension( 031), limited slip differential (220), air conditioning
(559). The option list was huge. Additionally for those customers
with deep enough pockets, paintwork could be 'to sample' (cars like
this will have a paint code L999), interior finish in leather or to
sample and also for the first time a 'Works turbo look' body was
available (known as SSE or Supersport in some Countries).
As always with Porsche, different regions or markets might have had
slightly different standard equipment levels. For example, the British
always got a sunroof, the Italians usually air con, limited slip
differential and no rear seat belts, for North America air conditioning
and Leather would have been commonplace, therefore if you are buying a
911 that was originally built for another market check the detail spec..
One of the most rare of all 3.2 series was the 'Clubsport' and
identified by option M637. Just 340cars produced during 1988 and '89
model years. Essentially an 'optimized' 3.2 Coupe, lighter by 110lbs,
with a red line increased to 6840rpm, different computer chip, a short
shift gear lever, Bilstien sport shocks, spoiler package, 16" Fuchs
wheels. To save weight, equipment was pared right down, no electric
seats or windows, no rear seats, no air con and no under body sealant.
Most Clubsport were in Grand Prix white, some with 'Carrera CS' decals
on the side, white, red or black wheel centers. All were coupe apart
from the inevitable special order of a single Targa. Of the other
colours I have heard of guards red, silver and black.
To commemorate 25 years of 911 production an Anniversary Carrera was
offered. Sometimes referred to as a 'Jubilee'. Only 875 cars were
manufactured, including coupe, Targa and cabriolet. Painted in
Diamond blue metallic, the difference was inside. The leather
interior was in a unique 'metallic' blue (very eighties), with 'F.
Porsche' embossed in the head restraints of the front seats and a
silver blue silk velour carpet. I believe they were largely the same
specification, with spoiler package, 16" Fuchs and sport suspension.
For 1989 through to the end of '89 Porsche offered a most beautiful
car. Evidently it was not exactly planned. Porsche had decided to
offer a new, simple, lightweight open 911, to be built on the 'new' 964
series chassis. But development of the 964 series fell behind schedule
and coupled to the slump in 911 sales in North America, it was decided
to offer the new Speedster on the 'old' 3.2 chassis in the hope of
boosting sales. Most noticeable is the smaller and more steeply
angled windscreen. There is no screen surround, the door glass winds
down fully into the door without the need for the 1/4 lights of other
models and the screen can be simply unbolted for sports events.
The hood was single lined, smaller and lighter than a convertible and
when folded was able to be completely hidden under a plastic cover.
Inside the car further weight was saved with the removal of the rear
seats. No spoiler package was offered although for Germany and USA
1,894 were built as 'Turbo Look'. 2,065 Speedsters built in total 823
for the U.S. The Speedster. A 'flat or slant nose ' was a further
option but very rare and may be a less desirable proposition as most
buyers look for the traditional 911 shape.
Speedsters fetch a premium over the 'regular' 3.2 models, although the
mechanical spec was the same. Porsche were quick to point out that the
hood offered 'weather protection' and was not to be expected to offer
the same comfort as a full convertible. Some examples were ordered with
air conditioning, comfort or 'turbo' seats.
Picks: The exterior of this 911 is overall very nice with no dents, dings or rust. The paint is shiny and there
is no evidence of any past accident damage, not much to nitpick, although I would have preferred that the
orange peel on the decklid to have been sanded more (it appears smaller than factory). The interior is
extremely nice - the carpet and leather show like a car with 20k miles. The only real flaws are some light
fingernail scuffs and patina on the tops of the door panels and loose vinyl on the trim under the window
in the rear passenger area (passenger side) - it appears the glue is letting go. The car also exhibits two
very typical Carrera issues - slightly wavy plastic defrost vents by the windshield and the door storage
pocket covers that are slightly warped - the leather and carpeting are in exceptional condition, targa top
is also in very nice shape with no tears or scuffs to the vinyl exterior or the headliner, and the rubber seals
are soft and supple. The glass is as-new with no issues and the dash itself shows no cracking or warping.
The factory toolkit is not present. Nothing else to reasonably fault, the full set of photos shows the condition,
so please request & review them.
Numerical Condition Evaluation:
(1 denotes Very Poor / Item needs replacement, 10 denotes Excellent / Showroom New)
CONV. TOP: 9.5
WINDSHIELD / GLASS: 9.5
LEATHER / CLOTH: 9
INT. CARPETING: 9
SERVICE RECORDS / OWNERSHIP HISTORY: 7
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