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Make: Porsche
Model: 911
SubModel: 911
Type: Coupe
Trim: Carrera Coupe 2-Door
Year: 1986
Mileage: 58,851
VIN: WP0AB0918GS122565
Color: Black
Engine: 3.2L 3163CC H6 GAS SOHC Naturally Aspirated
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gray
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Dallas, Texas, United States

1986 Porsche 911 911 Additional Info:


Ultimate 80's "Frank'nPorsche" Built to go fast, stop fast and look fast while standing still. A purist nightmare! But oh so 80's, with a dash of 90's thrown in just because.

Began it's life as a 911 Carrera and was converted to an extremely powerful 911 Turbo with modified fenders ( glass, suspension, exhaust, custom interior and wheels of course. It flat hauls ass. Recently dyno at 667 HP.

This car represents the dreams of two men: Thesecond owner/builderbought the car from Florida Collections in 1991( St Croix)and the subsequentthird owner (Puerto Rico) owned itfrom 2003 till 2013. He also owns a large collection of Porsches and states he rarely drove it . When he bought it in 2003, for whatever reason the 10th and 11th digit in the vin was read as 65 rather than GS when it was importedwhich explains the Carfax discrepency.

Ive had lengtghy conversations with both owners, more with the second owner who did most of the modifictions and was kind enough to share his photos which are in this add as well. There is also a photo of what appears to be the original owners registration card.

This carcame back stateside and is looking for a new home. Not for the faint of heart! The second owner was a life long Porsche guy and used this platform to build a truly fast car. Spec'd as a 3.5 Stroker motor with single big turbo, it will $H&%T and Get! Do not lift in a turn, just keep the go pedal planted. Big Reds will stop it, Fiske's will keep it planted rolling big rubber. Rare Recaro's, Turbo S steering stick, with special order two tone leather interior and custome door panels. Bilstein Coil-Overs dampen the ride.The take itor leave roll-cage is built to club-race spec. To truly track it, may require more cage effort. It is truly a beast of a Frank'nPorsche.

This is the white loafer salesman part, well Ok, maybe that was above too, but just a touch. It was built and imported as an ROW Carrer, then assigned a US spec Vin when new. There is definitely something going on with how it was born. We got to the bottom of that and made sure the VIN and Eng. Case numbers are all correct and accounted for. I dohave the COA from Porsche with its ROW vin WPOZZZ91ZGS122565found in the tub. Its U.S re assigned vin is in the door jam as well stamped on the window from pillar. It has a Texas title with correct matching vin.

David at Prototech in Florida was the original builder for the second owner. We included some pics that have yellowed over time. The engine runs extremely welland hasNO known issues. Very streetable. Gears are row'd through a built G50. Needs a few miles to warm up, but synchros feel good and no grinding. This car drives grea, handles and feels like it looks. Motor is tight and smoothe.

I have no issue hopping in this car and driving anywhere. A/C was blowing cold, but the huge under car condensor keeps leaking. I have tried to weld it, but it will not hold. I have notlooked fora replacement. Thought about removing all together and trying to go stock, but we all know the big under car is the way to go for more surface area and if you really want the A/C done right,DC Racing in Dallas has invented the best custom A/Cmodification and for a very reasonable price. Inquire if you like to know more or check out his website,dcracinganddevelopment.com. I am moving on and decided to price non-AC accordingly, but it is there and is working when you can keep freon in it. Does have a stereo but not wired to speakers.

Car obviously has been painted in various places as it was a race car part of its life and has few spots of that life in the paint but still looks great- just not a show car.

If you have any questions about this or any of my other auctions please feel free to contact me via e-mail or you can call me at (214) 683-5125. Thank you for your interest and I look forward to hearing from you.