This 1986 Porsche 911 Carrera coupe is finished in white over black and blue upholstery and is powered by a 3.2-liter flat-six paired with a 915 five-speed manual transaxle. Modifications include blue-finished 16″ Fuchs wheels, cross-drilled brake rotors, Elephant Racing suspension components, Bilstein dampers, a Dansk exhaust system, an SWChips ECU chip, an oil cooler scoop, European-style lighting, a ducktail rear spoiler, blue RS-style graphics, a roll bar, and a Momo steering wheel. The seller acquired the car on BaT in October 2020, and work in 2021 is said to have included fluid changes, installing a Wevo shifter and coupler, and replacement of the parking brake shoes, battery, and a driver-side axle boot. This modified Carrera Coupe is offered with a car cover, a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, service records, a clean Carfax report, and a California title.
The car is said to have been refinished in white under previous ownership in 2014, and features include blue RS-style side decals, a front oil cooler scoop, yellow fog lamps, Heuer door decals, a fiberglass ducktail spoiler, and European-style H4 headlamps, taillight lenses, and rear bumperettes. The windshield is said to have been replaced, and exterior blemishes include paint chips, a deteriorating windshield seal, peeling finish on the door handles, and cracked paint on the decklid.
Blue-finished 16″ Fuchs wheels measure 7″ wide up front and 9″ in the rear and are mounted with 205/55 front and 245/45 rear Yokohama ADVAN A052 tires that show 2020 date codes. Braking is handled four-wheel cross-drilled discs, and additional features include stainless-steel brake lines, Bilstein Sport dampers, 930-based tie rods, an adjustable rear torsion bar, an Elephant Racing adjustable rear sway bar, reinforced sway bar mounts, monoball suspension mounts, and PolyBronze control arm and spring plate bushings. The brake pads were replaced in July 2020, and work during current ownership is said to have included replacing the parking brake shoes.
The cabin features seating trimmed in black vinyl with blue tartan cloth inserts, which are complimented by matching door panels. The rear seats, third brake light, insulation, air conditioning, and stereo have been removed. Equipment includes a blue-finished Autopower roll bar, power-adjustable seats, RS-style door panels and carpets, a tartan-wrapped ignition surround, a Wevo shifter and precision shift joint, and a Rennline dead pedal. Wear is noted on the driver-side floor mat, and the cruise control and driver-side power seat function are non-operational.
The Momo Prototipo steering wheel frames VDO instrumentation that includes a central 7k-rpm tachometer, a 170-mph speedometer, and auxiliary gauges. The six-digit odometer indicates 204k miles, approximately 3k of which have been added by the seller. The odometer is said to have been repaired in 2017, and true mileage is unknown.
The air-cooled 3.2-liter flat-six was reportedly overhauled in 2006 and is equipped with a SWChips ECU chip, a Dansk exhaust system, and a K&N air filter. Service performed during current ownership included an oil change and replacement of the battery. An oil leak is present.
Power is sent to the rear wheels through a 915 five-speed manual transaxle. A Sachs Sport clutch is said to have been fitted and an additional work performed in 2021 included flushing the gearbox oil and replacing a driver-side CV axle boot.
Documentation accompanying the car includes a Certificate of Authenticity and service records dating back to 1990.
The Carfax report shows no accidents or other damage and lists history in Louisiana, Nevada, California, and Connecticut through the most recent entry in November 2021.
There is currently a lien on the car, and the seller’s lender will need to be paid off before the title can be transferred to the new owner.
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