1988 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Club Sport
Superb History : Low Owners : Extremely Rare
£159,995

Make: Porsche

Model: Carrera 3.2 Club Sport

Date Registered: August 1988

MOT Due: April 2022

Engine: 3.2L Flat 6

Power: 213 bhp / 210 lb.ft

Drivetrain: 5 sp manual, RWD

Mileage: 78,725 Miles

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Details

In 1985, Porsche introduced the first Carrera Club Sport prototype. From 1987 to September 1989, Porsche decided to produced 340 units for their customers that wanted a track inspired road car, The 911 Carrera Club Sport (CS) (option M637), is a reduced weight version of the standard Carrera purposely built for club racing, it gained engine and suspension modifications. The CS had a blueprinted engine with hollow intake valves and a higher rev limit, deletion of all power options, sunroof (except one unit), air conditioning (except two units), radio, rear seat, undercoating, sound insulation, rear wiper, door pocket lids, fog lamps, front hood locking mechanism, engine and luggage compartment lights, lockable wheel nuts and even the rear lid "Carrera" logo, all in order to save an estimated 70 kg in weight. With the exception of CS cars delivered to the UK, all are identifiable by the "CS Club Sport" decal on the left front fender and came in a variety of colors, some special ordered. Some U.S. CS cars did not have the decal installed by the dealer; however, all have a "SP" stamp on the crankcase and cylinder head. The UK cars were all finished "Grand Prix White" with a red "Carrera CS" decal on each side of the car and red wheels. Although the CS was well received by the club racers, it cost more than the standard 911, but had fewer comfort features. According to Porsche Club of America and Porsche Club Great Britain CS Registers, 21 are documented as delivered to the U.S. in 1988 with 7 in 1989, one to Canada in 1988 and 53 to the United Kingdom from 1987 to 1989.

This stunning and very rare 3.2 Club Sport is finished in Grand Prix White with a pinstripe fabric interior and has the following features / specification taken from it's original under bonnet sticker:

  • Grand Prix White

  • Red wheels and decals

  • C16 UK delivered car

  • Locking differential 40%

  • Short shift lever for G50 box

  • 16" Fuchs alloy wheels

  • Luggage compartment instead of rear seats

  • Front and rear spoilers

  • Sports shock absorbers

  • Top tinted windscreen

  • 637 - Club Sport

The car has had just three owners in total, has now covered 78k miles and comes with a service history folder thick with invoice and other correspondence relating to the car's ownership - this includes the original purchase invoice from Chariots Porsche St. Albans (for a grand total of £36,258.86). There are invoices present for the following servicing:

 

01/08/1988 - First delivery - Chariots Porsche St Albans

11/08/1989 - 6,964 miles - Chariots Porsche St Albans

05/09/1990 - 12,802 miles - Chariots Porsche St Albans

18/07/1991 - 18,154 miles - Chariots Porsche St Albans

18/11/1992 - 25,182 miles - Rennsport Engineering Porsche Specialists

02/12/1993 - 30,131 miles - Rennsport Engineering Porsche Specialists

13/09/1994 - 35,200 miles - Chariots Porsche St Albans

26/10/1995 - 41,343 miles - H.R. Owen Porsche St Albans

15/04/1996 - 43,475 miles - H.R. Owen Porsche St Albans

08/01/1997 - 45,877 miles - H.R. Owen Porsche St Albans

16/10/1997 - 48,372 miles - Machtech Porsche Specialists

09/10/1998 - 54,497 miles - Rennsport Engineering Porsche Specialists

2000 - 2004 - Purchased by 2nd owner, Motorvation (classic car servicing and sales operation) and serviced in-house.

2004 - Purchased by 3rd owner

30/04/2005 - 65,322 miles - JZMachtech - Major service with replacement clutch

28/04/2006 - 67,592 miles - Cambridge Motorsport 

01/03/2007 - 68,173 miles - TWG Motorsport

22/07/2010 - 70,906 miles - JZM

28/08/2010 - 71,048 miles - JZM, Rebuild Engine due to broken cylinder head stud (£8.5k - itemised invoice present)

03/09/2010 - 71,854 miles - JZM, running in service

08/07/2011 - 74,789 miles - JZM

16/04/2013 - 75,034 miles - Paxton Hill Garage

16/04/2014 - 76,190 miles - RPM Porsche Specialists

23/04/2015 - 76,938 miles - Autoumbau Porsche Specialists

05/10/2017 - 77,376 miles - Autoumbau Porsche Specialists

31/05/2018 - 78,538 miles - Autoumbau Porsche Specialists. Major overhaul to body underside/exhaust system/oil coolers, lines & thermostat/ bumpers - Total cost of £12,500 with itemised invoice present.

2018 to Present - Car placed in storage with Autostore

 

It has now covered 78k miles and will receive a major service at point of sale. It is in lovely condition having received care and maintenance all of it's life including the benefit of an engine rebuild just 7k miles ago and then latterly a complete overhaul of it's oil and exhaust systems. It is believed that this is one of just 53 UK delivered cars and that number has now decreased to a rumored 20 odd due to accidents and exporting. 

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