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Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2

Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2

Coupé, 1984


  • Service history maintained
  • Light bronze metallic!
  • Swiss vehicle

The Golden Era.
1984 Porsche 911 3.2 Coupe – Swiss vehicle without catalytic converter – Mileage: 90,354 – First paint level
This Porsche 911 3.2 G-Model Coupe from 1984 in the special color combination of light bronze metallic with a tobacco brown interior is an early model that stands out not only because of the choice of color, but also because of its attributes as a real collector's item: The vehicle became a real collector's item on March 9th, 1984 Porsche Zurich delivered with the unthrottled engine variant without a catalytic converter and the full 231 hp. The original Swiss vehicle registration document “Cartes Grises” confirms the history of the four owners in Switzerland.

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The vehicle in detail

Deserved gold status: As far as can be seen, the car is still as close to its original delivery condition as possible. No documented or noticeable body work was noted. The gap dimensions also correspond to the factory condition. In addition, the paint layer protocol of the measurable body parts showed that they were still at the same level as the original paint.
At 90,354 km, the odometer reading shows a low mileage and can be traced through the annual Swiss emissions report and the service book entries.
Design statement and traveling contemporary witness of the 80s. The car's equipment includes, among other things, an electric sunroof, electric windows and a rear window wiper. The multi-piece forged BBS rims with a gold star were available as optional equipment and ideally match the look of this classic. The spoiler package was installed as standard on vehicles shipped to Switzerland from the factory and fits perfectly with the character of this exceptional car.

Powerful and unthrottled: The engine variant without a catalytic converter and with 231 hp.
True to Ferry Porsche's credo: "If you step on it, it has to shoot."
The light bronze metallic exterior color combined with the tobacco brown interior with woven Porsche lettering is also an aesthetic statement and makes the car a true vintage classic.
Minimal traces of stone chips on the mirrors and the front remind you that this vehicle was registered over 40 years ago. Swiss vehicles are known for their level of preservation. The fact that the body, the paint, the rubbers and seals look like they were in a time capsule is very rare and largely leaves the impression of being in an untouched condition. The interior is clean and neat with no notable wear and tear. The underbody does not show any atypical oil deposits, but is largely dry, clean and without any noticeable deformation or damage.
Part of the legendary “Swiss Collection”. Introduced to Germany 20 years ago and only moved with short-term license plates from 2004 to 2019, this G model was always stored in a dry and dark place. A well-known South German designer and Porsche enthusiast has owned this car since 2019 and often uses it for photos. During this time, regular maintenance work and movement trips were carried out. Most recently, a major service was completed after a technical review in 03/2021. The vehicle can be used immediately and without restrictions.
The original on-board folder is included, including a thoroughly maintained checkbook, operating instructions, as well as the set of keys and a complete tool set. This also reflects the overall impression of this collector's item in the documentation.
Conclusion: This 3.2 is probably one of the few remaining specimens in this condition and an absolute eye-catcher in terms of color. This combination of cinematic retro color scheme and an overall impression similar to that of a year-old car is rare. In addition, the history and the low mileage are documented and it is an example with the unthrottled 231 HP engine variant without a catalytic converter. The combination of the fascinating appearance and the unique state of preservation with the consistently documented history creates an overall picture that appeals to both drivers and collectors of particularly original and rare vehicles.
All senses are stimulated here. A lot of emotion, but also a lot of rationality. This vehicle is museum-worthy, but it's a shame, because in principle you can drive it every day and it's an eye-catcher. What more do you want!
Vehicle history:
On March 9th, 1984, the Porsche Center Zurich delivered the car to the first owner. The vehicle changed hands a total of four times in the following years before it was imported to Germany in 2004. The then owner of an important collection did not register his vehicles. In 2019, the previous owner took over the vehicle. As part of the registration at the time, a classic car report was drawn up in accordance with Section 23, and a new MOT is carried out before delivery to the new owner, so that the car is fully operational.
Maintenance history documented by service book entries (stored from 2004-2019 as part of the “Swiss Collection” – care and maintenance by our own mechanic).
03/14/1984 at km 1,817 – vehicle maintenance (AMAG Audi-VW Zurich)
11.03.1985 at km 17,422 – vehicle maintenance (AMAG Porsche Zurich)
18.04.1988 at km 39,308 – vehicle maintenance (Autoservice Gellert-Garage Basel)
03/14/1991 at km 47,495 – brake fluid change (Porsche Service Garage S. Dähner Leuzigen)
18.03.1992 at km 50,292 – vehicle maintenance (Porsche Service Garage S. Dänzer Leuzigen)
27.06.1995 at km 56,651 – vehicle maintenance (Porsche Service Garage S. Dänzer Leuzigen)
06/18/1997 at km 59,324 – vehicle maintenance (Porsche Service Garage S. Dänger Leuzigen)
04.04.2019 at km 72,100 – vehicle maintenance (Weber sports car)
05/19/2021 at km 84,466 Vehicle maintenance including brake fluid (Weber sports car)
Vehicle condition and assessment (according to the knowledge and statement of the vehicle owner and a visual inspection, as well as a functional test on August 28, 2023):
As far as can be seen, the body is in unrestored series condition. The body is well protected against rust in all respects. The vehicle was stored dry. The gap dimensions are even all around. Doors and hoods close perfectly. Falling errors or protrusions were not noticeable.
As far as we know, no body repairs have taken place so far.
Exterior paintwork
According to the paint layer protocol, the paintwork is all the same as the original paintwork. The paintwork is very well maintained.
attachment parts
All add-on parts of the vehicle are complete. Visually, they are in largely flawless condition.
The vehicle's glazing is almost free of stone chips and scratches.
Seats and panels
The entire seating system and the side panels as well as the roof lining and the center console are in almost new condition.
Damage is not visible.
The vehicle has the standard instruments, which are currently all in technically and optically perfect condition.
All instruments are working properly.
Aggregates engine
After research by the vehicle owner and due to the traceable history, there is no information that the engine and transmission are not the original units of the vehicle.
Revisions have not yet been necessary, but all necessary maintenance measures have been carried out so that the engine was functioning perfectly in all temperature, speed and load ranges at the time of the test. No suspicious noises or smoke development were noticed.
Additional aggregates
All additional units such as injection system, ignition system, starter, alternator, etc. worked perfectly during the check.
The vehicle's transmission could be shifted perfectly in all load conditions, no suspicious noises were noticed. The gearbox worked perfectly.
chassis and braking system
As far as can be seen, all four brake discs are in very good condition. All maintenance work has been carried out on the brake system and chassis so that the vehicle functions perfectly in all driving conditions.
wheel and tires
The wear is even across the entire tire width, which is an unmistakable indication that the chassis is properly adjusted and works accordingly. These tires are mounted on original BBS rims. The rims are in a condition with almost no signs of wear.
electrics and lighting
The entire electrical system is almost in the delivery condition. No changes have been made here, but all care and maintenance measures have been carried out so that the entire electrical system functions properly in all areas.

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Year of construction: 1984
Model: 911 Carrera 3.2
Body: Coupé
Series: 911 G-Model
Mileage: 90354 km
Power: 231 HP
Cylinder capacity: 3,2 Liter
Steering: left
Transmission: Manual
Drive: Rear drive
Fuel: Gasoline
Interior color: Brown
Interior material: Fabric/Leather combination
Exterior color: Beige/Brown
Manufacturer color code (exterior): Hellbronze Metallic 966
Matching numbers: yes
New / used: Used car
Ready to drive: yes
Country of first delivery: Switzerland

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