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1985 Porsche 911 Carrera, 3.2 L, 6 Cyl, Coupe, Owner Sale on 2040-cars

Year:1985 Mileage:200871
Location:

Leawood, Kansas, United States

Leawood, Kansas, United States

1985 Porsche 911 Carrera, 3.2 L, 6 CYL, Coupe, Owner Sale, (Leawood, KS). 

A classic sports car for the enthusiast! Grand Prix White (908) with special Carrera edition option M348 Fuchs forged 5-spoke wheels in Grand Prix White & painted centers with Yokohama, ultra-high performance S. Drive (2009) summer tires.  Car image is currently featured on Kansas City Region Porsche Club of America website banner, & showcase Gallery, www.kcrpca.org (Participant-Staging-Area-002) and National PCA www.pca.org “Photo of the Month”.

200,871* est. miles, daily driver always garaged, non-smoker, V.I.N.: WPOABO916FS120621, 12 year current owner with “clean” title.  The flat-six air-cooled engine is strong and car performs like a champ. Has 5-speed manual 915 gearbox with external oil cooler, original black interior/carpet, leather seats & four spoke leather steering wheel, power sunroof, AC*, power windows, cruise control, 4-way power driver’s seat*, power mirrors, electric rear defogger, radio aerial integral in windshield, headlight washers, 20-gallon fuel tank, space saver spare, factory tool kit, jack, and tire inflator.  

Special additions include; white gauge faces, Blaupunkt Heidelberg CD50 AM/FM CD Stereo with Blaupunkt speakers, Carrera “chin” spoiler, Weltmeister Skid Plate (spoiler protection), K&N cleanable air filter, 4-piece car mat set w/ deck mat, and decorative engine badge.

Current care items include:

Odometer stopped at 151,171miles (2007). Estimated approx. 200,871 miles on car at 7,100 miles per year average* and intermittent speedometer.

Minor oil seep, common with 911’s

Air conditioning needs recharge/repair.  Needs conversion from R-12*, AC blower fan switch faulty*

Boost blower fan switch faulty

Short gouge in driver’s seat and 4-way power driver seat faulty*

Right front fog light housing needs replacement

Weak front hood and rear engine lid shocks

Faulty door switches for auto-on interior lights (lights are working, manual operation)

Rust forming at each door sill and at both left and right windshield pillar bases, two paint bubbles at outer right front fender near headlight, a paint crack at right fender near hood, and small dimple dent at right headlight shroud, rust forming at left headlight front and at fender, rust at driver’s door interior rubber plugs, 2 paint cracks, edge chips and bubble at driver’s door, paint raised/crack at left rear bumper, and attachment loose at rear Porsche reflector, (detail photos available).

Prior collision repairs/body paint (May/2005), left front repair/body paint (January/2007) and hit-and-run rear right collision repair/paint (March/2011). Other service history includes; new fuel pump (2005), new alternator (2006), new brake calipers (all 4), 2 front disks, cross-drilled, front wheel bearings (2011), new starter (5/2012), new front oil cooler (2013), and new Battery (2014).

Along with the car, items included in sell are:

Additional winter tire and wheel set:  Bridgestone Blizzak (11/2004) on four (4) Porsche 911 Fuchs forged 5-spoke black wheels 6x16 & 7x16 with caps

Black 911 Bra

Custom-Fit Sun Shield

911 work manuals, and 2 tune-up DVD’s.

Stock of NEW extra parts includes, but not limited to: 7 oil filters, Ignition rotor, 2 fuel filters, valve cover gasket kit, 2 distributor caps, 2 sets 12 Bosch Spark Plugs, 2 new hood shocks, fan belt, 2 wiper sets, Moch-1 under dash cover kit, and replacement exhaust heat shield, gaskets & bolts.

Oil filter wrench, K&N filter cleaner, & filter oil.

Original owner’s and warranty manuals, VINCheck Pro Report, and service records of all 4 owners.

Serious inquiries only please. Additional photos available.  Vehicle is sold as-is condition, no warranty or guarantee. $500 non-refundable deposit though PayPal within 24 hours of auction close. Final payment and pickup are to be made within 14 days of auction close. Buyer is responsible for shipping or picking up car. Financial transactions must be completed before vehicle delivery. Seller reserves the right to end the auction early due to local sell.

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