1989 Porsche 911 Speedster
Built on 6/14/1989, this Speedster was first sold by Beverly Hills Porsche on 7/29/1989. In its first years it was driven infrequently, only accumulating 426 miles by 8/20/93. Terry Ulman, of Panama City, Florida would trade in his Ferrari 355 Spider for the Speedster in March of 2001. By 2002 the car would only have 12,624 miles on the clock. The car was impeccably maintained over the years, evidenced by a complete set of service records, and stamps in its factory service book.
Since arriving at Canepa the Speedster has been fully mechanically inspected and serviced. Over 100 hours have been invested in the detailing of this time capsule car to ensure it presents even better than its 22,656 miles would indicate. You will note in the photos a second set of mats that snap over the sills and kick panels. These custom pieces where installed by a previous owner to ensure that the beautiful linen carpets were preserved and kept pristine. They did their job well, as these are some of the most immaculate linen carpets we have seen.
Storage in Place of Rear Seats
Shorter Gear Shift Lever
Air Conditioning with Front and Rear Condenser
Forged wheels with Grand Prix White centers
Blaupunkt Radio - Reno
Full Power Seats
About the 1989 Speedster:
At 2,690 lbs the Speedster was 154 lbs lighter than the standard Cabriolet. The total build was limited to only 2,104 examples, which makes the 1989 Speedster more than twice as exclusive as the original that inspired it. Of the total production only 814 Carerra Speedsters made it to North America. They are also significant in Porsche history as the final products of the original 911 factory in Stuggart. 1,939 examples were built with the Turbo look package, a percentage of over 90 percent.
*Mileage supported by CarFax report and maintenance records.