Motorcar Studio is pleased to offer this 1987 Porsche 911 Carrera
G50 coupe. This 911 is finished in rare Laguna Green with black
leather interior. It is a two owner car from new - the original
owner special ordered it through the European delivery program; it
then spent two years in New Jersey before coming to Atlanta in
1989. In 1992 it was traded in at Jim Ellis Porsche where the
current owner purchased it later that year. A clean, accident-free
CarFax is on hand and the mileage is believed to be original at
128,000 as confirmed by the CarFax and service records.
One older repaint done to a driver standard but in the correct color. The paint on the roof is checking, but the rest of the finish is presentable. The interior is original and in good condition with only minor wear on the driver's outer seat bolster. The leather remains soft and the dash shows well with no cracks.
This 911 runs and drives well (see video) and is accompanied by extensive service records through 2000 when the current owner replaced it with another car for daily use. It has been driven fewer than 10,000 miles over the last 18 years so a basic servicing, A/C service and new tires are recommended for the new owner.
The original sales / order invoice is included along with books, European temporary registration, tool roll, air pump, jack and collapsible spare. The sales invoice notes that this example was optioned with leather trim, raised hub, short shifter, power locks, 16-inch Fuchs, front and rear spoilers, sport shock absorbers, sunroof and metallic paint.
With highly desirable colors, options and good mileage, this 911 is a great buy for someone who wants to undertake some routine servicing and light exterior cosmetics to end up with a really stunning and rare air-cooled Porsche. For more information about this 1987 Porsche 911 Carrera for sale at Motorcar Studio in Atlanta, please call 404-692-5250.
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