911 Speedster

Colour: Stone Grey Metallic
Trim: Linen Leather
Transmission: Manual
Odometer: 36615 miles
Year: 1989

Specifications and Options

  • 911 Speedster
  • C16 UK Supplied By Charles Follett LTD
  • Documented Service History
  • First Registered During May 1989
  • Stone Grey Metallic
  • Black Hood
  • Linen Leather
  • Electric Sports Seats
  • Blaupunkt Toronto Radio / Cassette
  • Wide Body Turbo Look


Opportunities like these are few and far between and needless to say JZM are delighted to have secured this superb example for our showroom.

This Speedster is supplied with matching numbers, original panels and predominantly 1st factory paint (Just one panel re-painted).
The vehicle also benefits from a JZM light restoration earlier this year that totalled nearly £19,000, whereby all amber & red items from our digital pre -sales inspection were replaced or rectified to ensure this Speedster is in fine fettle and ready for new ownership.

A particularly clean and tidy example that presents well in Stone Grey, maybe an unusual colour choice in 89, however very much in vogue today and makes a pleasant change from the usual guards red and grand prix white that were so popular at the time.

For further information on this 911 please contact a member of our sales team who are on hand to assist.

When newly-appointed Porsche MD, Peter Schutz, saved the 911 from extinction in the early 1980s, he immediately began reversing the lack of investment in model development. First new arrival was the 911 Cabriolet, the first convertible Porsche in eighteen years. Then came the 3.2 Carrera, a car that Schutz had even bolder plans for.

The 356 Speedster was an early Porsche hero. Bought in droves by young US airmen serving in Europe and brought home to America, Schutz adored the Speedster’s lightweight sports theme and wanted a 911 version. A prototype was developed in 1986, and the car was launched at Frankfurt in 1987.

The following year, Carrera 3.2 Speedsters went on sale to a rapturous reception. With most Speedsters built on the Turbo-look widebody chassis with Turbo brakes and suspension, the Speedster’s curvaceous form, with shaved windscreen and clamshell rear cover stunned onlookers, while the elegant, low-profile soft top had Porsche play a bespoke-built trump card.


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