Most recently the car received a major service in March 2020, consisting of all fluids being changed, spark plugs, filters and brakes adjusted with invoice from Porsche specialist for just over £1,000. The original Fuchs wheels are in good condition and are wrapped in a full set of brand new matching Bridgestone tyres. The clutch was replaced at 95,000 miles. The car is showing no signs of rust, with very straight body panels and very good quality paintwork. The interior has held up remarkably well and still looks very tidy throughout. A folder full of invoices accompanies the car, documenting regular servicing up to 2009 at 105,600 miles. The car has been used sparingly since then with under 5,000 miles covered in the last 11 years. The car was sold by Coy’s at auction in 2016 for £42,000. The car runs and drives excellently and performs just as it should. The engine sounds sweet and unusually it doesn’t drop any oil whatsoever. All original books and manuals present along with 2 keys and folder of service history. Overall a fantastic example offering great value and ready for a new owner to enjoy this summer.