RS Consulting
Where Porsches are a passion not just a business

In association with Garretson Enterprises (USA) & Thalman Associates (Switzerland)

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1982 924 Turbo

Bearing chassis number WPOZZZ93CN100941 with matching engine number 31032903 this well specced NZ-new, two owner and now rare to find Porsche has it all including;

• Electric (and heated) exterior mirrors
• Rear wiper
• Sports shocks
• Electric windows
• Removable sunroof with bag
• 3 spoke 911 steering wheel
• Headlamp washers

The overall condition of the vehicle is as delivered ex- Factory with all trim, carpets, paintwork (Meteor Metallic), seats (black pinstripe) and dashboard immaculate. A mileage of but 46000 MILES supports the above.

In short this is a significant example of a model uncommon to find in such outstanding condition. Forget high mileage, clunky and unkempt 944s this car excels at every level. With the knowledge of having owned such a model for some years I know and can vouch personally as to just how good these cars are!

Great buying at only $19,500

 

 

 

1967 Porsche 912 Coupe

A rare opportunity presents itself to purchase one of but a handful of early Porsches delivered new in NZ. This particular example has been owned for some years by a well known marque enthusiast who now seeks to selectively reduce his collection.
Chassis, engine and gearbox numbers all match. Interior is finished in black leatherette, vehicle is original Factory RHD with the highly prized and uncommon exterior thermometer option along with 5 dials and similar speed gearbox. Has never had any WOF issues with all regular servicing carried out by an Auckland OPC. Tool kit and handbook are both in situ.
This example was the 4th 912 imported and was first registered at Wellington on 18/1/67 featuring on the cover of “Motorman” magazine in February 1971.
The car is a delight to drive starting and idling smoothly. The gearbox engages cleanly. Road holding and cornering are razor sharp.
From April 1965 until 1969 approximately 30,000 912s were built of which less than 4% were in RHD. Today, experts estimate that fewer than 100 exist globally in this configuration. It is thus a rare vehicle by any measure with an investment upside prevailing the more so, given the strength and interest prevalent today in the early Porsche market.
To avoid time-wasters, tyre kickers and dreamers a “viewing fee” of $100 will be payable in cash prior to access to the car. Happy however to answer any questions.

$107,500