The car has a total of 23 stamps in the service book, all from Porsche main dealers, up to 76,000 miles in 2011. Since then the car has covered just 6,000 miles and has been off the road for part of that time in 2015 while the car had some rust issues resolved by renowned Porsche body shop, Norfolk Premier Coachworks. This work included new inner and outer sills both sides, kidney bowls both sides, n/s rear wing and some further paintwork at a cost of over £16,000. Around the same time the engine was checked over with a new rear main seal fitted, new clutch installed as well as various oil pipes and replacement parts fitted. The car is now 100% rust free, running and driving just as it should, with gleaming paintwork all over and no signs of any corrosion. More recently, the car was serviced again in mid 2019 and has recently benefited from four wheel alignment after being lowered. At the same time the rear torsion bar components were overhauled, being zinc plated, and re-indexed with new poly bushes being fitted. The car sits on its original 16″ Fuchs with good tyres all round and is supplied with all original paperwork, manuals, service book, invoices and 2 keys. Overall a superb example of this iconic 80’s Porsche 911.