1986 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe

There is certainly something about a G-Body Porsche 911 in a shade of green. The G-Body is arguably the most iconic shape of the 911 and certainly one of the most recognizable, so when you pair it with today’s color, Moss Green Metallic, it is a home run for me. Normally green makes up just 1% to 3% of total car production, and that is for both the car industry as a whole and for Porsche specifically. So if you feel like you don’t see a lot of green cars out there, you aren’t wrong. This 1986 up for sale in Italy is well into the “driver” category with over 100,000 miles, but that doesn’t mean it is going to come cheap. Nope, not at all.

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Year: 1986
Model: 911 Carrera Coupe
VIN: WPOZZZ91ZGS102052
Engine: 3.2 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 161,067 km (100,082 mi)
Location: Roncadelle, Italy
Price: €66,000 ($74,677)

Beautiful Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 from 1986, highly sought after collector’s version. In fact, in 1989 the 911 Carrera 3.2 was replaced by the newborn 911 964.
Completely preserved in terms of bodywork, mechanics and upholstery. Regularly revised and ready to use.

I certainly enjoying seeing over 100,000 miles on this one, but man does it hurt to see a $75,000 price tag. I’m thinking maybe this is because one is in a rural part of Italy where 911s are somewhat rare, but this just feels expensive to me. Maybe if it was a G50 gearbox car, but for a 915, this one is a little pricey I think. I suppose the good news is that these cars don’t look like they are ever going down in value anytime soon, so it basically parked money if you want to look at it that way. Either way, Viva la Moss Green Metallic and take solace you are into that 1-3%.

– Andrew

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3 Comments

  1. Way too much $ for a non G50 even in a rare color. Too bad no brown interior on this one. Owned a G50 briefly and while beautiful, etc a bit too antiquated for me now. This level of money makes me think of all the German 90’s or early 2000’s alternatives I would rather have.

  2. 915s getting a bad rap once again. I wonder if anyone in the “G50s are better” crowd has ever driven a well set up 915? I drove my ‘85 and my buddy’s ‘87 back to back and couldn’t really tell any difference. Plus the 915 is lighter if that matters to anyone… and no, not even a G50 with 100k+ miles is worth $75k.

  3. I agree with Dallas…most people have driven a 915 with worn out linkage. Even my 901 shifted much better after I rebuilt the linkage… but this is crazy money for an 86 Carrera with 100k miles.

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