1983 Porsche 911 Cabriolet
The Porsche 911 is synonymous with the word's "sports car" around
the world. With its unmistakable shape and rear-engine layout, it
may look unchanged, but it has undergone constant improvement for
ever-sharper, race-car-like handling. Since its launch in 1964 as a
1965 model, the 911 has been offered in an often bewildering
variety of trims, as well as three distinct body styles: Coupe,
Targa, and Cabriolet.
For consignment a 911 Cabriolet that has a body kit attached.
Ultra-wide curving racy fenders on the rear, and accommodations for
wider tires on front. Add the whale tail spoiler and you have the
ultimate Porsche shape. Lots of power and great looks wraps all
that German engineering. Let's make some tire smoke.
This wonderfully shaped little racer is donning a stealthy black
paint in good condition. The body kit adds width to the rear for
larger tires. Up front hidden headlights and some venting ports
line up on the top of the front quarters. On the rear the large
spoiler grows out of the wide fenders and has an organic form, with
its function to keep the rear pasted to the tarmac. A black cloth
convertible top is like new, and has a clear plastic rear window,
and moves up and down with ease. Fiske Forged wheels in 17-inch
format shine on all 4 corners.
A swing of the doors and we see black and light gray door panels in
simple square and rectangle design. Power windows are noted. Inside
the front buckets in charcoal gray leather are like new. These are
perched in front of a roll bar which grows out of a field of light
gray carpet, in good condition. A dark gray vinyl padded dash has a
smattering of black inserts for temp controls, an aftermarket
AM/FM/CD player and instrument cluster with white gauges. There are
extra gauges on the A pillar and a MOMO Porsche steering wheel
fronts the clean dash. Porsche embroidered black floor mats protect
the light gray carpet up front.
182.6cc to be exact in a flat 6-cylinder format is fed by
electronic fuel injection and has a 5-speed manual transmission.
This combination produces 180hp.
An extremely clean environment with no rust, new looking suspension
which is independent all around. Engine shines form underneath and
is obviously well cared for. Dual exhaust, and 4-wheel disc brakes
are all pack up nicely underneath.
A very quick starter, easy to access and egress from the passenger
compartment particularly when the top is down. This car has nice
pickup, and one has to be a little careful as the rear can be a bit
snap happy. Handled very well, and with the top down you get to
hear the iconic Porsche whine as you go up through the gears. Great
With its small but beautiful compact design including the
curvaceous wide rear fenders, hidden headlights and whale tail rear
spoiler, this iconic design has lots of life left in her and
accelerates like a rocket. Not many faults on her, and this could
be your entry into the German sports car market.
ZZZ-Eurpoe/Rest Of The World
S-Stuttgart Assy Plant
150260-Sequential Unit Number
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interest automobile showroom, featuring over 450 vehicles for sale
with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle
barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown,
Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia
on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is
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