Introduced in 1983 the 911 Cabriolet was the first fully convertible 911. These early ‘Super Carrera” examples did not have electrically powered soft tops and were not fitted with a rear spoiler or front fog lamps the later models had but did include a power increase from 188 to a brisk 204hp.
These ‘D’ series cars were not built in great numbers, only 4187 examples were produced, making the early cabriolet a relatively rare 911.
This time warp example was registered 22nd April 1983 and has had just two owners from new. Retaining its original engine it has covered a warrantied 73,000 miles and has a comprehensive service history, the last work was carried out in 2021 with a major service, new callipers and a new fuel tank fitted.
Finished in Ruby Red metallic with a two tone burgundy and cream interior this is a very original example that is an absolute joy to drive. The paintwork which is largely original remains in good order but does have some stone chips in the front
and the interior although nearly 40 years old is still in fine condition with a virtually new black soft top. In all this is a fabulous example of a rare 911 that has been looked after very well, it is supplied with the drivers handbook / maintenance record, MoT history, service receipts and a valuation from the Porsche Club GB for £60,000 !