A very original 911S survivor. Just three known owners, never in the ‘rust zone,’ the last owner had the car 24 years and the 84K miles are actual. We have a service file going back to 1994 showing diligent care, a clutch replacement and strong leak-down test results. Our examination revealed only a small amount of rust confined to the trunk gutters, while the body and suspension mounting points are all solid. The car has seen little use in recent years, but starts and runs very well with no smoke. The usual oil leaks are the only mechanical issue after driving it quite a bit.
Repainted once in its original and unusual Ice Green Metallic, the current finish is OK for now until the next owner decides to redo the car. The original leatherette interior is still serviceable, apart from a split seam in a seat bottom, and even the dash is very nice. No skunky smells and a snug headliner, too!
All the glass is delamination free, the Fuchs-style wheels have a recent set of Dunlops and everything is original under the engine lid—typically the air injection pump belt is off—and even the exhaust is stock. The car shifts very well and the clutch has lots of life left.
You can see the ride height is stock, the suspension feels good, and there has been no cheesy aftermarket stuff tacked on. The owner’s book is in the glove box and she’s ready for a handy do-it-yourselfer to enjoy taking care of the various small issues we don’t have the time to address—like a missing door check strap, dome light switch and similar tinkering. With a little handiwork and a few parts, you can increase the car’s value by 50%!