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1986 Porsche 911 Cabriolet

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It’s rather amazing that the Porsche 911 went almost a full 20 years without a full on convertible option, relying on the Targa variant to address the wants and desires of those seeking al fresco motoring. In 1983, the 911SC Cabriolet debuted, quickly replaced in 1984 with the introduction of the Carrera 3.2 range. While most hardcore enthusiasts prefer the rigidity of the coupe variant, there is something about the Cabriolet that conjures up images of carefree jaunts by the seaside, enjoying the raspy tune from the flat-6 mill swung aft of the rear axle line. This 1986 911 Cabriolet is painted in an uncommon shade of Perlmuttweiss Mica over black leather with white piping.

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Year: 1986
Model: 911 Cabriolet
Engine: 3.2 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 67,000 mi
Price: $33,500 Buy It Now

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67,000 miles, pearl white, new German material top with new headliner, no cracks in dash, exceptionally clean interior, newer tires, serviced.

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There’s not much info to go on from the seller here, and the price seems a bit below what the market has been dictating considering the mileage. It also appears as if the front seats have been reconditioned in some way. More of a story needs to be told here, but given a thorough pre-purchase inspection, a good deal could await the air-cooled enthusiast.



  1. Cole
    Cole January 7, 2015

    This seems like a good buy, even 3 years ago at this price. Clean, low mile cabriolet. I don’t remember these ever coming below $30K in this condition / mileage. Definitley more to this story. If it checks out ok, one lucky buyer.

  2. M491
    M491 January 7, 2015

    If that car passes a PPI it is a steal in this market. Actually I’m shocked it hasn’t already been sold. If this is a dealer I would think something is amiss with the car and would be extremely careful to have a Porsche specialist do a good PPI before ever exchanging money for this car.

    If it checks out it is a sure thing for someone trying to get into the aircooled 911 game. And with a unique color to boot.

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