Unusual 1989 Porsche 911 Carrera Convertible
Here is a 1989 Porsche 911 Carrera found in Bullhead, Arizona. This car has a very unusual body kit consisting of a slant nose front end with Testarossa side strakes and a un-Porshce like angular rear end. Could this be a Koenig Body kit from the 1980s?
This car has 58,000 miles on the odometer and is said to drive “awesome.” Unfortunately, this car has a salvage title which was due to a minor front end damage according to the seller. I think its worth investigating especially with such an interesting body kit. This could be a diamond in the rough. Its worth checking the VIN number as well. At some point in time , someone loved this car and invested time, energy , and probably a lot of money to give this car that special look. I am sure the majority would say it is hideous but I think these cars of the 1980s should be documented. Remember aftermarket companies like Ruf, Koenig, Strosek, Gemballa ? They made some wild versions and I often wonder where those cars are now. I think the majority of these conversions were hideous but its fun to look back back at a previous decade. For that reason , I wouldn’t mind owning one today.
Odometer 58,000 Miles
Title : Salvage
Price $18,000 USD
Contact Tom: (702) 340-0453
What do you think?