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1984 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet

It’s summer, which means plenty of warmth, plenty of sunshine, and plenty of outdoor activities. All of that is great. In my part of the world it also means plenty of humidity and the best way to counter humidity is airflow. Fans and breezes definitely are the order of the day. And on a car what better what to increase air flow than by removing the top!

With these things in mind I present this very pretty Venetian Blue Metallic 1984 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet, located in Georgia, with Marina Blue interior and 71,555 miles on it. This color combination is a really attractive one and has a very summer feel about it with its mix of blues. And, of course, the top comes down allowing you to better enjoy that warm weather.

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Year: 1984
Model: 911 Carrera Cabriolet
Engine: 3.2 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 71,555 mi
Price: $45,900 Buy It Now

1984 Porsche 911 Cabriolet.

Vin WP0EB0913ES170666.

71,555 Miles.

Venetian Blue.

Marina Blue Leather Interior.

Clean Carfax.

Books, Manuals, 2 keys, Tonneau Cover, Tools, Spare and a Jack.

This great looking 3.2-liter Cabriolet comes in a very appealing Venetian Blue on Marina Blue Leather Interior.

Both the exterior and interior are in a superb condition, and the car glistens on the road!

Mechanically, the car is very solid. The 3.2-litre engine has great output and pulls strong like a Porsche motor should. The 915 gearbox does not miss a beat and the synchros in every gear feel good. The clutch engages properly and does not stick. The car handles excellent, and the brakes stop straight and true. The Fuchs wheels have been reconditioned, and are fitted with brand new Sumitomo HTR A/S tires.

The car is locally owned and has been properly maintained. A major service was performed in January of this year, which consisted of:

New head temperature sensors.
New timing chains.
New clutch.
New injector connectors.
New shifter bushings and couplings.
Reconditioning of rocker arms.
Regrinding of camshafts.
New exhaust pipe.
Front brake rebuild.
New battery.
New roof seals.
New oil return tubes, and other..

Collector car financing available at competitive rates.

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This 911 comes from pretty early in the 911 Cabriolet’s life as it was only in the previous year that Porsche debuted its first open-top 911. The model barely had time to be broken in before Porsche had turned the page on the 911SC and released the 3.2 Carrera. That’s not something that makes this car particularly rare or anything of that sort, but if you’re looking for an early Cabriolet it doesn’t get too much earlier, and if you’re keen on the 3.2 Carrera itself it gets no earlier.

This one looks in very nice shape with good looking paint and an interior that presents pretty crisp and clean. The seats show only minimal wear with the dash and carpets all looking in good shape. Strictly on appearance I don’t think we could ask for too much more. It’s stated to have been properly maintained and we’ll want a look at its record to confirm, but given the general level of cleanliness (the engine bay looks quite nice) our hope is that everything will be in order. The asking price definitely is on the higher end for an ’84 with these miles, but it isn’t too bad. The mileage is very reasonable and the condition looks good. If the records back everything up, then it certainly could be worth a little bit of a premium.