Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe WTL G50, 1988


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{{ $t('Seller') }} PFORC1
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{{ $t('City') }} Proven
{{ $t('Country') }} Belgium
{{ $t('Make') }} Porsche
{{ $t('Model') }} 911 Carrera Coupe WTL G50
{{ $t('Year') }} 1988
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{{ $t('VIN') }} WP0ZZZ91ZJS101099

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This 1988 911 Carrera Coupe features the rare WTL (Werks Turbo Look) option. The current seller bought the car about 4 months ago from the previous owner, who moved to Spain. The previous owner had the car in his possession since 2013 and had driven more than 12,000 km with it. Because the car is from after 1987, it also has the sought-after (and praised) G50 gearbox, which would later be used in the 964. The option list includes electric seats, sunroof, fog lights and radio, as well as a limited-slip differential. This car also comes with a correct mileage history for the last 20 years - as can be seen in the Carpass. It also comes with a valuation report (see attached photos), which also describes the general condition of this beauty.

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The 911 Carrera 3.2 model was introduced by Porsche in 1984 as the successor to the famous 911 SC. The Porsche engineers were so convinced of the new car that it was allowed to bear the Carrera name for the first time. Until then, that was exclusively reserved for limited series of racing models. At that time, many considered it sacrilege to stick a Carrera badge on an 'ordinary' street car. The 930 Turbo version was not available in the USA due to the applicable emission requirements. Because the Turbo looks of the 930 were looked at with great envy across the pond, Porsche decided to design a Turbobody kit for the Carrera 3.2. In the official specifications this was called WTL, or Werks Turbo Look, with the option number the M491 package. This was the first time Porsche made such a kit available. In addition to the body panels of the 930 Turbo, option M491 also included the suspension, brakes, the rear spoiler and the increased wheel and tire size of the 930 Turbo. A pretty important reason why this WTL option is quite rare is because it cost DM 29,350 in 1988 (by far the most expensive of all options at the time). This was ordered worldwide a total of only 3640 times over a period of 5 years, of which only 1397 times on a coupe model. When you look specifically at the most wanted EUR versions, only 346 copies!


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The car is in pretty good condition: all reveals fit perfectly, all body panels are correctly parallel - as they should be. The car has already been repainted locally. There is sometimes some paintwork traces on the rubbers (see photos). However, this is limited. Furthermore, the car has some traces of use, as can be seen from the photo gallery.

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The car has been completely repainted in this color in the past. He rolled out of the factory in white. There is also a limited amount of stone chips visible in the front.

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No traces of rust. The front spoiler shows a slight dent on the right front. The rubbers are in relatively good condition, show their age and do not always fit nicely.

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Seats are made of black leather and show some limited usage damage. The dashboard looks neat and tidy. Carpets and headliner are in good condition.


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The engine runs smoothly and correctly. The typical sweating of the air-cooled 3.2l 6 cylinder boxer engine is also present here, but to a limited extent. This is the European version so 231 horses will take you to 100km/h in 5.7 seconds. They trot smoothly up to 216 km/h. From 1984, the engine was equipped with the more efficient Bosch MDE-motronic control, which among other things resulted in lower consumption and greater torque of 283Nm (gain of 17Nm compared to SC model). Because this clean one was produced in 1988, it is also equipped with the G50 5-speed manual gearbox that shifts perfectly.


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The car recently received a minor maintenance.

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This car comes with all necessary papers and Carpass (since 2000 - introduction of Carpass) that documents the last 91,000 kilometers of this car. In addition, the car comes with an extensive valuation report from a well-known expertise bureau, as you can also find in the photos.


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M491 Turbo Look Leather sports steering wheel Electric sports seats Electric sliding roof Clarion music system Limited slip differential


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There is an oil leak on the cooler.

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