1987 Porsche 911 Cabriolet 41,300 Miles

1987 Porsche 911 Cabriolet --

Technical specifications of Porsche 911 Cabriolet 1987

Price: -
Condition: New
Item location: Costa Mesa, California, United States
Make: Porsche
Model: 911 Cabriolet
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Year: 1987
Mileage: 41,300
VIN: WP0EB0918HS172398
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Engine size: Flat 6 Cylinder Engine 3.2L/193
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Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: --
Drive type: 2dr Cabriolet 4-Spd
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Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

1987 Porsche Cabriolet G50 Carrera 41,000 miles For my European friends, this will qualify for Old Timer. Porsche 911 1987 G50 Cabriolet 41,300 original miles All Documents back to day one. Miles are verifiable. Venetian Blue Metallic on Black leather interior Hard to find Venetian Blue on black, most had linen white interiors No whale tail needing to be removed. No convertible top machinery. Manual top goes down with flip of the hand VIN: WP0EB0918HS172398 Engine Number: 64H08344 Transmission Number: 74H07461 Certificate of Authenticity On Hand Original Matching Numbers Car One Owner since 1987 Seats still look fresh with no tears Carpet is original with minimal wear Dash is crack free probably due to garage living Fanatic Maintenance Oil Changed every 800 to 2,000 miles Owner even kept the old oil filters in a box Superb straight body with paint still excellent This car runs and drives beautifully All stickers in place including the option code sticker under the hood Original Radio wrapped in box The tool kit is like new as are the carpets and all parts of the car. All Service documents proving up the mileage Service documents going back to 1987 Clean Title Clean Carfax showing one owner Air Compressor present for space saver spare Original Leather Key Pouch All Owners Manuals including radio manual Warranty and Maintenance Manual with stamps Original Key card Factory Alarm Factory Fog Lights Everything works even the clock Car runs drives stops as new Raised hub for Steering wheel from factory Cruise Control factory Tires are full tread but dated 2004 and 2005 Top is in fine condition and back window is clear Upgrades: Turbo Tie Rods Koni Shocks Valve cover gaskets upgraded to no leakers Stainless steel brake lines Why the manual top is better than some. The soft top, because it was a Porsche design and manufactured by Porsche, is of course wonderful. Tight, well padded, quiet, attractive. It was made two ways. With an automatic assemblage of parts that put the top up and down automatically; and in manual form. Porschephiles know a little secret. Buy the manual top. Why? There is nothing to go wrong, nothing that needs maintenance, and nothing that needs alignment. There is a weight saving over all the steel, motors and cables. The manual top goes down with the flip of one hand. Very easy very simple. You will never get stranded with a top that doesn't go down or worse. One that won't go up.

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