1989 Porsche 911 3.2L SPEEDSTER NARROW-BODY
In 1989, the Speedster name (in homage to the first 356 Speedster of the 1950s) was resurrected at Porsche and marked the swan song of the 911 Type G generation. With its windshield 8 cm lower and 5° more inclined than the standard convertible, this car had a minimalist look and weighed 70 kg less. The rear seats were removed and replaced by a double hump hood cover which, by lowering the front and raising the rear slightly, improved aerodynamics. Equipped with the 3.2-liter Flat 6 engine and 231 HP, the Speedster is based on the platform of the 911 Carrera 2 of the time, with a suspension with "Turbo" specifications. Of the total production of 2,200 cars, only 171 were equipped with the narrow body, making this "non-turbo-looking" Speedster a particularly desirable car for collectors. The car we are offering today is one of the 8% of the narrow body Speedster production. The car is in exceptional condition with a follow-up at Porsche.