1989 Porsche 911 Speedster
- Registering only 14,190km
- Only 1,932 produced
- Offered with tool kit and emergency kit
Among Porsche freaks, the name "Speedster" has a special meaning.
The 356 1500 Speedster debuted in 1954 and with its affordable price tag ($2,995), it was the main reason Porsche became so popular in the North America, especially in the West Coast with its fair weather.
But after the 356 B-series, the Speedster setting disappeared. Even after the 911 series gained its popularity, the Speedster model did not join its model lineup. In 1989, of the final year of the 911 G-series (aka Big Bumper), the Speedster suddenly made its return. Actually in 1987, a concept car was introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show and the factory model officially joined the lineup in 1989.
Based on the 930, the Speedster was only produced in 1989. Of the 2,103 units produced, this example is of the 1,932 produced with a wide turbo body. Registering only 14,190km, the example comes with a tool kit and emergency kit.