This 1989 Porsche 911 Turbo cabriolet was acquired by the selling dealer approximately six years ago and is powered by a turbocharged 3.3-liter flat-six paired with a G50 five-speed manual transaxle and a limited-slip differential. The car is finished in black over matching leather upholstery, and equipment includes a black soft top, a Blaupunkt AM/FM cassette stereo, air conditioning, power-adjustable seats, 16” Fuchs alloy wheels, and electric windows. This 911 Turbo cabriolet shows 26k miles and is being offered as part of DriverSource’s Oktmotorfest Collection with a clean Carfax report and a clean Texas title.
The car is finished in Black (A1) with a matching soft top and tonneau cover. Exterior features include front and rear spoilers, fog lamps, and black rock guards ahead of the rear wheels. Paint flaws are visible in the gallery below, along with photos of paint meter readings taken around the car.
The 16” Fuchs alloy wheels feature black centers with anodized lips and are mounted with Pirelli Cinturato P7 tires that show 2019 and 2020 date codes and are sized 205/55 up front and 245/45 out back. Braking is handled by cross-drilled rotors and four-piston Porsche-branded calipers. A space-saver spare is found in the front storage area. The front struts and rear shock absorbers were replaced in 2013, and the front wheel bearings were re-packed and cleaned at that time.
The cabin features power-adjustable seats trimmed in black leather with a matching dashboard, door panels, and carpets. Amenities include a Blaupunkt AM/FM cassette stereo and electric windows. The air conditioning system was converted to R134a refrigerant by Gunbarrel Import Motors of Niwot, Colorado in September 2013.
A leather-wrapped four-spoke steering wheel sits ahead of VDO instrumentation that includes a 7k-rpm tachometer with an inset boost pressure gauge, a 160-mph speedometer, and an analog clock. The six-digit odometer shows 26k miles.
The turbocharged 3.3-liter flat-six was factory-rated at 282 horsepower and 289 lb-ft of torque, which is sent to the rear wheels through a G50 five-speed manual transaxle and a limited-slip differential. The intermediate seal, crankshaft seal, intake manifold gasket, and spark plugs were replaced in 2013, and the selling dealer notes that an oil change was performed in preparation for the sale. The results of a compression test can be seen in the gallery.
Additional underbody photos are also provided in the gallery.
A clear shadow box with a binder of vehicle information is included in the sale
The options tag is shown above and decodes as follows:
- 018: Steering wheel with elevated hub
- 070: Tonneau cover
- 158: Blaupunkt Reno cassette stereo
- 220: Locking differential
- 243: Short shift lever
- 494: Amplifier
A compilation photo of the VIN stickers is shown above.
The Carfax report indicates no accidents or other damage from the first entry in 1992 through the most recent update in August 2019.
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