At $89,000, is this 1989 Porsche 3.2 Carrera a good deal?

Good price or no dice 1989 Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera Targa

Current owner for today Good price or no dice Porsche bought it last year from Bring a Trailer. It is now offered at a 20 per cent premium on this sale price. Let’s see if current market conditions bear this bump.

If you’re the outdoorsy type, you’re probably keen on the type of vehicle that can take you off the beaten path. I think you too * He touches his fingers on his forehead *Owns at least one piece of flannel clothing.

yesterday 2005 Subaru Forester XT It looked like a solid off-road vehicle that’s very lightweight, with its updated engine and a number of modifications made to give it full ground clearance. The rare manual transmission was just a touch on that Subaru cake. That’s it It seems that Just Candy like the majority of you found Subie seller set $8.5000 to be delicious Treat. The calendar I was Nice win at a low price of 52 percent for the car. Now, about that flannel…

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You don’t really equal a Porsche and a vanilla. hHowever , With plaid, pasha, and houndstooth long established as iconic upholstery choices from Stuttgart’s Stalwart Stalwart, it’s safe to say the company knows fashion. The 1989 Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera Targa The one we’re looking at today comes in a metallic velvety red over the all-black leather interior, which I think is safe to say goes with everything.

Speaking of going, this 72,000 mile 3.2 already has Originally sold in Maine, it then made its way across a number of states to California and then to New York where it was sold to the current owner late last year. This sale apparently It led to his return to the Golden State. How do we know everything? This is based on the somewhat stingy presentation in the current Craigslist ad for the car? Well, we don’t. All this information comes from Bring a trailer list From the August 2021 cuts, easily linked in the current announcement.

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Based on the information obtained from both lists, this is clearly a stunning model of the last version of the original 911. The 964s that succeeded the 3.2 Carrera in late 1989 feature a completely different design and, most importantly, a completely revamped chassis. From the 959th model as well A bigger, more powerful flat-six drive does its job In the back end.

This makes version 3.2 of ’89 the end of the era. True to the model name, the engine has a volume of 3.2 liters, which at the time was rated at 217 horsepower and 195 pound-feet of torque. This is an air/oil-cooled six-flat SOHC engine, and despite somewhat generic specs, these two engines are It looks great and is able to move a £2,975 Porsche at a reasonable price Authority.

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The ad indicates that this is a G50, which was all the ’90s car since that was the only transmission option at the time. This refers to the five-speed Getrag G50 engine that replaced the Porsche-designed 915 gearbox in 1987. manufacturing year. There is a lot of debate about the transmission of choice, as both have their pros and cons, but if you’re looking exclusively at ’87 and newer cars, you really don’t have a choice. Other mechanical aspects to note here is to replace both the shift lever ball cup and tie rod ends prior to the BaT sale. The car was also dropped to European riding height at an earlier point.

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The paint seems to be all original and the car looks like it has all the original bits and pieces, right down to the paper fusing diagram card in the front boot. They often disappear in these models. Notable options include 3.2 Carrera front and rear wings and 16-inch Fuchs that feature black centers and brushed edges. These tires are packaged with recently acquired Hankook tires.

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As mentioned, the interior features a full leather set and everything appears to be in great shape. The Pioneer head unit is in the center of the dashboard and the car features air conditioning but there is no indication if it has been upgraded to an R134 or sill rocks R12. Either way, the air conditioner in these cars is only effective up to about 85 degrees ambient temperature. The title is clean and the seller says so You will only deal with cash. No encryption or credit cards for this purchase, please.

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Now that we’re all over that, let’s get to that asking price. That’s $89,000 which the seller noted was “adjusted for inflation.” this edit Slightly more than the $74,000 the car went to in August of last year. And that was bringing in a trailer which as we all know doesn’t really deal in deals. This is also the Targa, which, while still in the 3.2 pricing mid-range between the coupe and cabriolet, has been trending up close to closed car values. In the last years. But has the market jumped so high that this car is now 20% more than it was just 8 months ago? Is this the world we live in today? truly?

What do you say, is this 3.2 Carrera Targa worth $89,000? Or is this a fin fantasy?

It’s your decision!

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