Porsche 911 3.2
A formally harmonious product needs no decoration; it should be elevated through pure form. – Ferdinand Porsche
The G-model. Porsche threatened to fall over time and again where the 911 was just a bit expensive for the masses, and they still wanted to lead the way with technology. Peter Schutz, then CEO wanted to make an even better 911 after poor sales figures. The recipe? A copy of the 3.3 turbo block, and even a 10-year warranty on rust. So basically what Porsche has been doing for almost 60 years. Making gigantic changes and leaving the design almost unchanged.
Until 1987, the 3.2 still had to make do with the 915 gearbox from the previous 911s. Then came the fantastic Gertrag 50 gearbox that lasted for many more generations. No more stirring in a pan of soup, but tight German response. All so Hanzel could once again fly down the Autobahn with trembling hands.
This 3.2? Just like you want it. Its original unsprayed Prussian Blue on blue interior, sunroof and pristine G50 gearbox and completely serviced by Porsche specialist. Only teased BMW’s 135,000 kilometers. As icing on the cake? For the low-mileage entrepreneur, a wonderful VAT youngtimer.
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