Chassis the details below / Engine 6340647 - This is the S Targa, 175bhp version.
Very good overall condition.
Beautiful paintwork - we understand car was repainted in original colour circa three years ago.
Interior very tidy.
Good compression. Good oil pressure. Goes like stink. Firm and steady on the road - no wandering about. It's as tight as a nun's bum.
No historic records available with car sorry, but recent servicing and maintenance work was carried out by Archibalds in ChCh and Autohaus in Auckland. Servicing up to date.
Starts well. Drives well. No issues that we know of. Please inspect before purchase as any sale is on the condition that the purchaser relies on his/her own judgment/inspection and not on any representation made by us.
NOTE RE MILEAGE: Indicated mileage is based on the records showing with NZTA and/or the vehicle’s odometer reading. Because of the age of the vehicle, this can never be guaranteed and is likely to have been round at least once when factoring in the age of the vehicle.
Power to spare, handles on rails, very smooth manual transmission and stunning looks. Maintenance costs are very manageable as a pleasure driver. All around fun and amazing driver experience.
This car is generally reliable, as most Porsches are. Its an entry-level air-cooled 911 model, that can be enjoyed for many years.
They came out in a variety of interesting colors, and to the untrained eye are little different from the later models up to 1989.
Will be sold WOF’d and Registered.
TRANSPORT CAN BE ORGANISED ON THIS VEHICLE ON BUYER'S BEHALF AT BUYERS COST.
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