• Baujahr 
    1984
  • Kilometerstand 
    29 000 mi / 46 671 km
  • Automobiltyp 
    Coupé
  • Chassisnummer 
    WP0AB0911ES122095
  • Lenkung 
    Lenkung links
  • Zustand 
    Gebraucht
  • Markenfarbe außen 
    Kiln Red
  • Innenfarbe 
    Schwarz
  • Innenausstattung 
    Leather
  • Anzahl der Türen 
    2
  • Zahl der Sitze 
    4
  • Standort
    Vereinigte Staaten
  • Außenfarbe 
    Rot
  • Getriebe 
    Manuell
  • Antrieb 
    2wd
  • Kraftstoff 
    Petrol

Beschreibung

Chassis # WP0AB0911ES122095
Engine # 64505321
Finished In Kiln Red Metallic Over Black Leather Sport Seats
An Extremely Original Example Showing Just Under 29,000 Miles From New
Very Well Optioned From The Factory And Featuring Thorough Service History
Includes Factory Spare, Jack, Tools, Inflator, Manuals, PPS, And Available Service Records

The Porsche 911 is one of the most recognizable and successful sports cars in the world. Since its inception in 1964, the 911 has gone through numerous iterations, each building upon the original formula and giving the world a pure driving experience. They are notable for continuing the tradition of having air-cooled, rear-mounted engines until 1997, being one of the last models to make the switch to water cooling. The 911 has also seen success in racing, with both private and factory teams modifying the cars and achieving a plethora of podium finishes.

The first generation was produced until 1989, with engine displacements and numerous other factors changing throughout the years. The last version of that first 911 generation came with model year 1984 and was dubbed the 3.2 Carrera, reviving the “Carrera” nameplate last used in 1977. As the name suggests, the model introduced a new 3.2-liter flat-6 engine that put out 207 hp in the North American market through a five-speed manual transmission.

The disc brakes were bigger to help with heat dissipation, while improved oil-fed chain tensioners kept the bigger engine well-fed. A finned cooler was also added to improve oil cooling. The new L-Jetronic Fuel Injection System with Bosch Motronics 2 DME further improved the driving experience as well as the engine’s overall reliability. The Carrera 3.2 was available as either a coupé, targa, or cabriolet. A total of 76,473 examples of the 911 3.2 were produced, with 35,670 coupés, 19,987 cabriolets, and 18,468 targas.

This particular example, Chassis # WP0AB0911ES122095, was built on September 14, 1984, in a fairly rare Kiln Red over a contrasting black leather interior. Today, this car remains in outstanding original condition and shows just under 29,000 miles from new. It contains almost entirely original paint, a wonderful original interior, and rock-solid, well-maintained mechanicals. The extensive optional equipment list includes a speedometer with two scales, a Blaupunkt Monterey radio, automatic rear 2-point seat belts, increased side door strength, license brackets, forged alloy wheels, leather sport seats, cruise control, black roof liner, front and rear spoilers, sport shock absorbers, “symbols for controls,” an alarm system, and an electric sliding sunroof. Three items removed from the factory car were the compressor & tire pressure gauge, rear fog lights, and vehicle identification plate.

It was sold new just a month later by Continental Porsche of Portland, OR to its first owner. According to the CARFAX report and a sales listing from 2017, the car was garaged in 2002 with 26,000 miles on the odometer. It spent the next 15 years in that garage before being acquired by the now-defunct Chequered Flag International in Los Angeles, CA.

The team proceeded to remove the engine, recondition it with a major overall service, and fit a new engine bay insulation pad. The clutch and pressure plate were replaced, the braking system was overhauled, the gas tank and its lines were cleaned, all of the fluids were flushed, and all new belts and tires were installed.

This Porsche was then purchased sometime in 2018 by a fellow Oregon resident. In November 2019, they brought it to Matrix Integrated in Portland, OR who replaced several fuses and secured the horn button.

The CARFAX reported a new owner in February 2020, also based in Oregon. In August 2020, they too brought the Porsche to Matrix Integrated for an oil change, an AC recharge with R134a, new rear hatch struts, and a brake system flush. That same month, the car was offered for sale by Grand Prix Motors of Portland, OR, and later headed to its new owner in California.

In May 2021, this 911 visited Sublime Silverlake, an independent Porsche shop in Los Angeles, CA. It was treated to a new European-style headlight assembly, new headlight rims, H4 LED lights, a support ring for the steering shaft bearing, and the timing chain cover gaskets. It returned in January 2022 for an oil change, clutch adjustment, belt tension and idle adjustment, as well as the installation of the original Blaupunkt radio.

Porsches of this vintage continue to be desirable models on the market. This specific one benefits from being a fantastic original car with under 30,000 miles on the odometer and a plethora of optional equipment from the factory. The rare Kiln Red paint is all-original save for the rear bumper, which has been re-sprayed. All of the factory stickers remain in their stock locations, while the original interior presents very well and retains its factory sport seats. This 911 is sure to turn heads at any car event it attends, while the lengthy option sheet and originality will awe any Porsche enthusiasts who lay eyes on it. It’s the best of both worlds!

Upon purchase, the new owner will receive the original owner’s manuals, the service book with option code sticker and eight service stamps, the factory spare, the original toolkit, jack, and air pump, as well as an extra set of keys and available service documentation.

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