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1985 Porsche

911 Carrera Cabriolet

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WP0ZZZ91ZFS151169
86,800
3.2L
5-Speed Manual
RWD
1985 Porsche

911 Carrera Cabriolet

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350

This ROW 911 Cabriolet carries an accident-free Carfax report that begins in June of 1991 when the car was registered in Virginia. The car remained in Virginia for more than 25 years until the selling dealer acquired it in April of 2018. Under the selling dealer’s ownership the vehicle received a glass-out respray in 2020, a replacement convertible top, and a GHL dual-exit exhaust system. Service completed in June of 2022 includes an oil change, transmission fluid exchange, and brake fluid exchange. The aforementioned GHL exhaust and removal of the A/C system appear to be the only modifications.

The “G-series” 911 was launched in 1974 in the US. Visual differences versus its predecessor included a “short-nose” and matching “impact” bumpers to meet new crash standards. In 1984 Porsche updated the engine to a larger 3.2-liter unit with improvements to the valve-train and electronic fuel injection, as seen on this example. The G-series is the last 911 to utilize the original suspension design and is devoid of driver aids like ABS or power steering. As such, these cars offer an unfiltered driving experience that makes them some of the most sought-after 911s produced.

Vehicle History & Overview

This ROW 911 Cabriolet carries an accident-free Carfax report that begins in June of 1991 when the car was registered in Virginia. The car remained in Virginia for more than 25 years until the selling dealer acquired it in April of 2018. Under the selling dealer’s ownership the vehicle received a glass-out respray in 2020, a replacement convertible top, and a GHL dual-exit exhaust system. Service completed in June of 2022 includes an oil change, transmission fluid exchange, and brake fluid exchange. The aforementioned GHL exhaust and removal of the A/C system appear to be the only modifications.

The “G-series” 911 was launched in 1974 in the US. Visual differences versus its predecessor included a “short-nose” and matching “impact” bumpers to meet new crash standards. In 1984 Porsche updated the engine to a larger 3.2-liter unit with improvements to the valve-train and electronic fuel injection, as seen on this example. The G-series is the last 911 to utilize the original suspension design and is devoid of driver aids like ABS or power steering. As such, these cars offer an unfiltered driving experience that makes them some of the most sought-after 911s produced.

Factory Equipment

  • 3.2L flat-six engine
  • “915” 5-speed manual transmission
  • Fuchs forged alloy wheels
  • Fog-lights
  • Headlight washers
  • Power windows and central-locking
  • Leather seats & steering wheel

Modifications

  • GHL 2-in, 2-out exhaust system
  • H4 sealed-beam headlamps
  • Rear tow-hook
  • A/C system delete

Servicing & Documentation

  • The selling dealer states the following services and repairs have been completed under their ownership:
    • Service in June of 2022: oil change, transmission fluid exchange, brake fluid exchange
    • Glass-out respray completed in 2020
    • Installed replacement convertible top, replaced rear brake pads and engine accessory drive-belts in 2020
    • Installed GHL dual-exit exhaust

Imperfections

  • Odometer gear broke at approximately 86,000 miles, vehicle is TMU
    • Approximately 6,000 miles were added while odometer was inoperative
    • The seller states the odometer has been repaired and is fully functional
  • Paint chips on leading-edge surfaces
  • Wear on interior surfaces such as dash, steering wheel, and seats
  • Curb-rash on wheels

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