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1984 911 Carrera cabriolet slant nose conversion Original owner 57,000 miles

Make: Porsche
Model: 911
Type: Convertible
Trim: Carrera 911 cabriolet
Year: 1984
Mileage: 57100
VIN: WP0EB0914ES170305
Color: Guards Red
Engine: 3.2 Naturally exasperated air cooled
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual 5 speed
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Encinitas, California, United States

1984 Porsche 911 Carrera 911 cabriolet Additional Info:

This outstanding 911 Carrera cabriolet features 6 cylinder, manual 5-speed transmission, 17” wheels, clean history, and just under 57100 miles. A true enthusiast car with the slantnose conversion in Mint condition purchased new in Carlsbad California by me in 1984. I ordered the fully galvanized slantnose fenders, hood, rear widebody fenders and whale tail coming from Germany in 1984 and meticulously converted it to the 930 turbo look-alike ($15000.00). Way ahead of it’s time. Porsche put out their version Slantnose in 1987. Then Alan Johnson racing of Carmel Valley Del Mar enhanced the motor from 3.2 to 3.4 liter with absolutely impeccable craftsmanship. ($15000.00).(JUST LOOK AT THE MOTOR) I didn’t clean it and it doesn’t leak a drop. Capable of top speed of 180 mph. And 0-60 in 4.4 sec. A beautiful dual exhaust system was installed ($4500.00). Ruff 17 inch chrome wheels installed ($5000.00). An Alpine CD stereo with speakers and subwoofer and several amps. Top of the line back then ($3000.00). Yes this conversion is a classic from the Scarface 80s era as well. This is what we did back then (if you had the money). Sheepskins those were popular too I covered the seats with sheepskin’s and just uncovered one for the photo - So The seats have never been directly sat on and -you’ll be the first - and they’re perfect. Now when you drive this car people think it’s a 2019 - most people haven’t seen one like it. And they really want to know what it is. People freak. And this Guards Red Cabriolet is a fine example. 1980’s Porsche are race bread handling cars and as comfortable for local commutes, as are competent at performance extremes. Check out the pictures - look at the motor it’s been in my garage with an occasional drive and oil change for the last 25 years-if you’re looking for a super dependable car this 3 liter air cooled exasperated motor of the 911 era has unquestionable reliability. These motors are bulletproof -You’ll be hard-pressed to find a cleaner car than this. Please take your time and zoom in on all the photos this car is like brand freaking new This Beauty is almost perfect. And you will be so happy to have it. The top was folded down for a few years so you can see a few wrinkles on the sides, but that will come out. It’s the original top from 1984 both the top and the headliner are in excellent shape, Including the plastic rear window which is still clear. Has the original tool kit wth the clear plastic gloves and plastic tire mat.