Lot 5015
34k Mile 1988 Porsche 911 Carrera
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VIN: WP0AB0914JS121646 Mileage: 34,000

With the original 3.2 liter engine, and G50 5 speed manual transmission with the optional short throw shifter.

The exterior in a repaint in Marina Blue, and interior with linen leather seats and black carpet. Options include the Blaupunkt Reno AM/FM/Cassette player, sun/moon roof, 16" Fuchs alloy wheels, cruise control, front and rear spoilers, and a factory alarm. The Blaupunkt was replaced with a later JVC CD player.

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From the Collection of a Gentleman Anderson, South Carolina

Believed to be a 3-owner car with current ownership since 1993. Documents indicate a Pomeroy owned in FL and sold to Grimes in Georgia in 92' with 4k miles. A cashiers check receipt and the title transfer documents from Georgia to current owner are present dated 1993 and mileage is 10k. This matches with records from Carfax. With the original owners manuals and binder with full color book of 911's. Service records from Protech Motorsports in Greer SC, indicate all services were performed as needed. A complete repaint was performed in 2004 by Edgewood Collision in Atlanta Georgia. A quality job was performed, noted by the quality of preparation, and the thoroughness of the work. The door jambs, sills, and hinges appear factory, but were repainted to a high standard. Invoice states all of the windows, bumpers, spoilers, mirrors and lights were removed prior to paint. The right side door, mirror and "roof" were replaced with parts, so an indication of some impact. The wheels were removed and polished. Invoice indicates 6 hours of repair to unibody alignment. Total cost of repairs was $22k. Car drives as expected with no concerns.

The following condition report, while thorough, is not exhaustive as vintage cars have inherent wear and imperfections. We welcome personal inspections.

Some minor aging to drivers seat bolster; no apparent concerns.