This 911s that you are reading about now is out of the 1985 model year of the G model.
The 911 3.2 with the 912 gearbox has a minimal production frame of just three years, and therefore there are not countless on the market today. Add to that the fact that the Targa version is the variant out of the three available that has been produced in the fewest quantities (if you subtract 911 Speedster from the equation).
For us, this is one of the most interesting 911’s in the classic 911 genre and combined with the fact that with a Targa, you have easy access to “fresh air” and open skies without having to “fight” with the manual convertibles of the 80’s.
The car is owned by a serious Danish / British Porsche family who have recently returned to Denmark.
Previously, they had their residence in Florence, Italy – along with the 911. As part of the desire for an even more well-running 911 3.2, the engine undergoes a total renovation at Porsche Centro Firenze in July 2018 – in total this amounts to € 15,000 and all documentation is available.
In October 2020 the car visited Porsche Center Copenhagen for various adjustments and small updates. A CoA can be issued at Porsche Center Copenhagen by agreement.
We are not just in love with the Pastelbeige paintwork – a paintwork that was only available for the model in 1985 and 1986. In addition, the original dark brown leather and original Fuchs rims. We are also impressed with the car’s condition and very few owners through its 34 years of life.
If you want to drive a classic 911 that can do both everyday, weekend and trips south to Italy, then this G-model 3.2 Targa is completely ready to meet you.