I’m dabbling in monotones a bit this week, which I began with a green-on-green Porsche 930 and will now turn to this blue-on-blue 3.2 Carrera Coupe. Such lack of contrast isn’t always a good thing on a car, but there are particular colors where it works out fairly well. I thought the green 930 looked really good and I feel the same about this 911. And here there is some contrast as the choice of blue for the interior is a good bit darker than the exterior shade. All in all it’s actually quite beautiful. Here we have a 1986 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe, located in California, with just 21,709 miles on it. The colors are described as light blue over blue. We don’t see the specific paint codes, but I’d wager that light blue exterior is Iris Blue Metallic, a personal favorite from this period.
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1986 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe on eBay
Model: 911 Carrera
Engine: 3.2 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 21,709 mi
Price: $69,888 Buy It Now
1986 Porsche 911 5 Speed All Original Recent $17,700 service at Porsche
Private Collection Motors is PROUD to offer this 1986 Porsche 911 for sale. Anyone would be proud to own this Porsche. The condition can only be explained in one word – IMMACULATE. This car has been well maintained all these years and boy does it show. This 911 looks AMAZING AND YES THESE ARE ORIGINAL MILES AND WE HAVE A $17,700 SERVICE RECORD THAT WAS RECENTLY COMPLETED AT A PORCH DEALER!!!
The Blue leather seats look practically new and the Light Blue exterior is FLAWLESS. The engine is clean with no mechanical issues. The car starts right up every time. This car needs nothing except a new home. This is a car you brag to your friends about owning.
It is a CERTIFIED CARFAX VEHICLE and comes with 2 keys.
We offer special financing options for this Porsche. For more information please call us at 949-791-2167. We look forward to hearing from you.
I don’t typically comment upon typos within an ad, it happens to everyone and unless it alters our actual understanding of the car it’s no big deal. But one of them here is just too funny. Recent service “completed at a porch dealer.” In all caps no less! Seems like a place you’d take a Morgan, or perhaps even your old Woodie! I can just imagine the hand-wrought craftsmanship of such a service center. Back to the car: If this Carrera were from the ’87-’89 model years, then it might have a shot at this asking price. But as an ’86 model, even with its attractive color combination, very low miles and originality, I don’t think it stands much chance. It would also help to know about whatever supporting documentation exists. We know about the recent service, but what exactly was performed in that service? If a full service history and other documents exist then maybe someone would bite at the price, but without those it’s a very nice Carrera, but one that won’t sell for nearly $70K. I’ve looked at a good number of Carreras and 911SCs lately that have been selling in the $30Ks so this one definitely exists on a different level. And it should. We just need a handle on where Carreras in this condition are being valued at the moment.