Porsche 911 Turbo 5 Gang
- Full leather interior
- the 467th of 600 built US models
- G50 gearbox and five gears
A Porsche Turbo Cabriolet - one with the magic letter "K" in the chassis number. Exactly this K shows the turbo as one of the last, built in the model year 1989 models with the modern G50 transmission and five gears. A total of 844 turbo convertibles arose with this groundbreaking feature that made the turbo much more homogeneous, rounder and therefore more mobile.
The turbo convertible offered by us is the 467th of 600 built US models. He presents himself as if from a picture book, this 911 of the premier class. Triple in immaculate dream state. In 2019 he will be ennobled with the H-mark. Once you have driven this turbo convertible, it is hard to imagine that this car should really be already 30 years old. It is a well-known fact that this technique in particular is still brilliant and that the appearance of each Elfer is generally timeless. So, what do we actually know about the then 30-year history of this car?
The Carfax gives rough insights into various "passed inspections" and "title issued or updated" for almost 20 years - from Ohio to Florida to New York. The last mileage recorded in New York in the Carfax is 71,979 miles. In September 2011, an accident was registered in Staten Island on the car, in December 2011, the history of this turbo convertible ends in the United States.
The 911 was imported by the company specializing in air-cooled Porsche Grenzlandring Motors in Mönchengladbach, bought by the current owner in the accident state (rear left and front right). On his behalf, the vehicle was rebuilt from scratch. This approach ensured the avoidance of conflicts of interest and allowed the turbo rebuilt without cost brake. The term "new" was not chosen without reason in this context. The vehicle has a new car character. For example, we talk about the technology: to the utmost durchinspiziert, once new, revised. According to Porsche specifications. To optics: repainted in original color L700, equipped with a new Sonnenland hood, provided with new tires, the dashboard leathered new, the speedometer changed from miles to kilometers - 122,860km. And and and…
In January 2016, after completion, the current owner took over the turbo, had it dry-treated by our friends - the Saubermachern in Fellbach - and sealed. This last, purely cosmetic work truly makes the turbo shine like a new car on the entire subfloor and incidentally serves the "Saubermacher" as reference at the Retro Classics 2016. Those who know the high-end demands and philosophy of these two clean-up experts , knows what we mean. By installing the original steering wheel and radio, the car finally becomes perfect - and presents itself exactly the same today.
Unfortunately, we have no consistently verifiable documentation and all individual documents to the penalty. Even if some of you will miss the logbook and checkbook, even if the car comes from the US and even if you still laboriously together to further reasons to talk this turbo convertible: The vehicle itself (which is finally) can not do more be improved. It is on the level of a new-year-old car, which has never seen a puddle. The drum is better, we agree with you. The car itself not.
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