Porsche 911 GT2 1990, Manual - Rockingham

Sunday, 27 January 2019

Item details

City: Rockingham, Western Australia
Offer type: Sell
Price: $18,000
Model: Porsche 911 GT2
Kms done:181,209
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Body Type:Sedan


Contact name Parker Buster
Phone 0744118026

Item description

Australian delivered 944 S2 MY 1990 (build date Aug 1989, first registered 1991). Note that MY90 S2s included ABS, leather seats, and premium sound system all as standard (these were options on the MY89 cars.) The car is original (matching numbers etc.) except for upgraded Bilstein sports suspension, Blaupunkt CD, Turbo Twist style 17" alloys, and vented nose panel. I've owned and maintained this car since 2004, it's always been maintained in top service condition (major service just completed incl. timing/balance belts, and oil/filter change with 6L of Mobil 1 5w-50 full synthetic). Full service records since new. Repairs in the last 12 months include new brake hoses, front control arm replacement, power steering hoses replaced. Clutch replaced about 10,000kms ago. The engine is in very good condition, burning less than 1 litre of oil between oil changes. (The factory spec for oil changes is every 20,000kms, but I've always changed at 10,000kms, which is the factory spec for the Turbos.) It has had the cam chain tensioner pad replaced (essential but often overlooked preventative maintenance on the 16V 944s.) Water pump and front engine rollers and oil seals all replaced at previous belt job about 20,000kms ago. Inspection during recent belt job showed no leaks and should be all good until at least the next belt service (due in ~70,000kms or four years, which ever comes first). A/C blows strong and cold. The upgraded suspension (including the more robust 968 caster blocks) gives a firmer ride than stock, all but eliminating body roll when cornering, while still a comfortable drive on city streets. It also results in the car being about 2cm lower than stock ride height, giving the car a subtly more aggressive stance. Overall, it takes the already renowned handling characteristics of the S2 up a notch in my opinion. No tears or rips in any of the seats, interior overall in very good condition (see photos). The vented nose panel dates back to when I was toying with the idea of putting a supercharger kit in the car a few years back. I chickened out when I realised how much cutting there would have to be in the engine bay to get everything to fit, ultimately opting for maintaining originality over the increased performance. I did keep the vented nose panel anyway just because I think it looks cool! I believe this car will appeal to a buyer who is looking for the best S2 they can afford. Offers considered, of course, but I don't believe the asking price is too far off the mark as to what this well-sorted example will ultimately sell for.
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