1989 Porsche 911 Supersport Cabriolet ‘Exclusive’. 35,000 miles For Sale
Aug 1989, G-reg. What you essentially see here is one of the rarest 911s in existence. It’s in a unique configuration (1 of 1 ever produced), ordered through the Porsche Exclusive Program, UK supplied, matched with an ultra low mileage of just 35,000. Solid black paint, full black leather interior and black hood. Fitted with the desirable G50 5-speed gearbox and electric hood with full auto-closure alarm. Unrestored immaculate condition. Factory vented rear arches. Wind deflector and tonneau cover. All books, tool roll, and spare wheel are as new and unused. It has a receipt portfolio and documented history, recent service and MOT (no advisories). Spare keys include the often elusive leather pouch along with the original sales brochure. There is an official Porsche printout confirming the options and furthermore the crucial build sticker is under the bonnet. If you’re not impressed already, there’s still some of the original factory wax under the arches! In my private collection for nearly 20 years, dry stored, and has rarely ever seen the rain. The private plate of D11 CAB suits the car perfectly and will be included with any sensible offers. Exclusive, desirable, appreciating and unrepeatable,
Serious enquires only please from discerning enthusiasts. Strictly no canvassers. The vehicle is in secure storage off site so viewing by prior arrangement only.
From 1985 an option for the the Carrera 3.2 was available with the same wide-body chassis as the 930 Turbo. The turbo brakes, suspension and limited slip differential being carried across as well. This was the very first wide-body variant that Porsche offered with a normally aspirated engine. It therefore started the trend for the ‘S’ cars that followed. This combination was arguably more user friendly than its Turbo sibling which had a tendency of being somewhat unruly in the wet. These combined options were initially known as ‘Supersport Equipment’, shortened to SSE.
In 1987 this option became a model in its own right, it added the now highly sought after G50, five speed, gearbox and an electric hood for the cabriolet. It then became known simply as the ‘911 Supersport’. It was an expensive option at £10,000, added over 20% to the total cost. Between 1985 and 1989 fewer than 30 new owners specified their cars as either SSE or Supersport. 1989 is also significant as was the last year that the true 911 was produced. The model designation changed to the 964 at that time.
In 1986 Porsche opened its ‘Exclusive’ division, catering for individuals where the standard options list was simply not long enough. They would build you a bespoke vehicle but of course everything comes at a price.
The XB7 option from the Exclusive program added the vented rear arches you see here at a cost circa £7,000. It is believed that only 2 Supersports were ever produced with this option. The car you see here is believed to be the only triple black 911 Supersport in existence with vented rear arches.
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