Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera Sport
Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera Sport manual, registered on 03/01/1986, 104,962 miles, 12 months MOT, good service history, 8 previous owners, HPI clear.
+- INTRO / EXTERIOR
Presented here is the opportunity to acquire an exceptionally clean example of the 3.2 Carrera. Having undergone our comprehensive inspection and inspection report (available at any prospective buyer’s request), there is no corrosion to be found anywhere on the body or the chassis underside. To view the condition of the underside, the inspection process was filmed and is available to view on our YouTube channel in the link above. The condition of the coachwork is fabulous, with pin-straight body panels and no repairs to be seen. The Porsche has clearly been re-painted at some point in the not too distant past, and the quality of the work is sublime, with all of the car’s glass being removed and the paint finish itself on par with that of factory. A lot of the rubbers on the car have also been renewed, as well as the original and genuine Porsche Fuch wheels benefitting from professional refurbishment, resting beneath the 911 like four pieces of fine artwork. As a result of all of the above, the Porsche really does look beautiful and would “hold its own” at any classic car show.
+- INTERIOR / SPEC
A beautifully fitting black leather interior with pin stripe seat centre panels is found within the cabin. The interior is fresh with almost no wear to be noted, making for a lovely place to be. As is usual, prior to our inspection, numerous trivial electrical functions were inoperative, but all has been attended to in our in-house work shop, and now works just as Porsche intended.
+- MECHANICS / DRIVE
The mechanical standing of the 911 is fantastic, having obviously been cherished by previous custodians. As can be seen in the inspection video on our YouTube channel (link above), the car is corrosion-free underneath, indicating that the car has always been housed in a garage. The 3.2 litre flat six is in rude health, firing into life swiftly, idling smoothly and providing brilliant performance on the road. There are also no leaks underneath, which is a known prone issue on this era of 911. The famous 915 5-speed manual gearbox is in good health, going through the gears smoothly, but with its usual awkward quirks. The clutch pedal is light with a good, definitive biting point. The brakes have lots of life in them and stop the car sharply and the suspension feels tight on the road, having benefitted from four new shock absorbers by us in preparation for sale.
+- SERVICE HISTORY / PREP WORK
The Porsche is accompanied by a good service history, including its original owners leather wallet, containing all of the original owners manuals and the maintenance booklet, which is well filled with service interval stamps. There is also a folder of paperwork, with documents such as previously completed works invoices, Porsche warranty papers, HPI certificates, historic MOT certificates, and even a Total 911 magazine with this very car featuring in its own article and on the front page.
There are 23 stamps in the service booklet, which are all Porsche main dealer, other than the last interval, which was completed by JAZ independent Porsche specialists, and the service that we’ve just completed in preparation for sale. The interval we have carried out is a “major”, including replacement of spark plugs. In addition, as part of our preparation process we have completed the following: MOT, brake fluid change, remedy numerous interior electrical functions, renewal of fuel cap, renewal of number plate plinth, renewal of bonnet damping struts, renewal of 4x shock absorbers.
HOW WE PREPARE EVERY CAR
All of our sales cars are subject to the FGP Comprehensive Inspection in our in-house work shop. The inspection covers every aspect of a car, ranging from cosmetic, to electrical interior functions, to the mechanical workings of a vehicle.