Aesthetically Speedster does not suffer from any defects. The paint is mostly in first paint, only the rear fender and the rear hood have had a slight haze. It has never been damaged of course. The interior is in a very nice condition, the leathers are absolutely not marked. The optional air conditioning works perfectly. The soft top is flawless with no defects, the mica is not yellowed or marked.
Mechanically it works perfectly. The engine starts immediately, the increase in power is frank and without jerks. The gearbox does not hang up.
The car has just been serviced and nothing is to be expected on it.
Trade-in and financing possible.
Photo credits Paul Syren for Eleven Cars
At the 1983 Frankfurt Motor Show, Porsche presents the Carrera 3.2, aesthetically the look is only slightly different from the SC. A new spoiler with integrated fog lamps or a Carrera logo on the engine hood are some of the details of the 3.2.
Inside, the Carrera 3.2 still has the typical 911 ambience with 5 meters directly in front of the eyes. The seats have evolved compared to the SC with higher seats and a finer aesthetic and partially electric settings as standard (full electric optional). The dashboard evolves a little, in particular at the level of the aerators.
At the 1987 Frankfurt Motor Show, Porsche wants to stand out by offering a roadster version of its 911, the Speedster concept is then presented to the public. The car offers a weight The car offers a weight reduced by 70kg compared to the coupe, a removable windshield, a hood without lining and a possible adaptation of a tonneau cover leaving access only to the driver’s seat.
In 1989 the first Speedster left the Stuttgart factory and was offered in two versions: a narrow body and a Turbo Look. The vast majority of Speedster buyers chose the Turbo Look, which undeniably adds a bestial touch to the car when combined with the double hump. A total of 2,104 examples of the 911 Speedster 3.2 were produced.