Year of production:1988

Course:155 000 mil

Engine:3164cm3 ; 231 KM

Price:65 000 EUR

The incredible market success of the three-litre unit produced from 1978 onwards prompted Porsche to introduce a 3.2-litre version six years later – this was the last engine variant available before the debut of its successor, the 964 model. There were many changes compared to the three-litre “super Carrera” – the styling was refreshed, new suspension and improved brakes. The name Carrera appeared on the hatch instead of the letters SC. The biggest changes, however, were mechanical. The existing 3.0 six-cylinder engine was replaced by a larger unit. The 3.2-liter engine differed from its predecessor in 80% of parts. Among other things, the crankshaft from the Turbo version was used, the compression ratio increased and a new exhaust system was fitted – from 1987 onwards all cars were fitted with the magnificent G50 gearbox. The 911 Carrera 3.2 is considered by many to be the best classic 911.

As of today, the car has 155,000 miles and shows very well. A full service history with an 80+ page binder of invoices is available with the car. Some of the accessories include a front bumper and a rear spoiler flap, probably installed in the 1990s. The last long-term owner of the car was the president of one of the American Porsche clubs. He took care of the interior refreshment and a new roof, among other things. The car was used very occasionally, as it has covered less than 1000 miles in the last 5 years, and was part of a larger Porsche collection. This copy today presents very well and is ready for the summer season.