No MOT advisories for the past 16 years!


Re-coil front + rear bumpers, rear seat belts, electrically adjustable sports seats, Fuchs alloys, heated rear screen, rear wiper, sports shock absorbers, electrically operated sun roof, carpeted luggage compartment, Autowatch car alarm, immobiliser, Becker Mexico radio, illuminated glove box, electric door mirrors, electric windows, Dansk SSI exhaust + heat exchangers, Motolita steering wheel (original supplied), Armourfend PPF, part leather interior.


A striking appearance in Grand Prix white, factory code 908, this beautiful Carrera Sport has benefitted from knowledgeable and attentive ownership, reflected by the condition we see here today. Globally recognised, the profile, sleek body shape, swollen rear arches and rear mounted ‘whale-tail’ spoiler remain a design classic. Also supplied with this 911, a genuine front bonnet with twin road lamp pods fitted and wired, should the new owner wish to alter or “Back-Date” the appearance.


All materials incorporated into the interior of a 911 are always of a high quality, this model is no exception. Trimmed in Marine Blue leatherette with leather side bolsters to the front sport seats, and a pinstripe insert, there is very little wear to be seen. The Marine Blue theme continues with headlining, carpets and door cards, all in favourable condition showing no damage or excessive use. The famous five dial instrument binnacle, with central mounted rev counter is clear and in fine working order, as are all other ancillaries. The two rear seats fold down as they should, to create a very usable extra stowage area. The original Blaupunkt Toronto SQR46 radio has latterly been upgraded with a desirable Becker Mexico unit. The Motolita steering wheel fits comfortably to hand, the coloured Porsche Shield mounted on the central boss.


Original 16” inch Fuchs alloys. Satin black centres, genuine centre caps with Porsche shield, all without blemish.

Front – 205/55 ZR 16 – Rear – 245/45 ZR 16 Matching Dunlop SP Sport 9000


Originally supplied by Heddell & Deeks Motors Ltd, Wimbourne, Dorset. – 01/01/1998

20/02/1988 – 1009 miles – Heddell & Deeks Porsche

22/06/1989 – 6194 miles – Cooper Exeter Ltd, Porsche

31/05/1990 – 19,042 miles – Monarch Cars Warwick Ltd – Porsche

18/06/1991 – 29,180 miles – Man Egerton & Co Ltd, Porsche, London + Brake Fluid

16/07/1992 – 37,885 miles – Welsh Porsche Specialist

23/06/1993 – 40,970 miles – Merlin Cambria, Pendragon Motor Group ltd

24/04/1994 – 43,597 miles – Lancaster Porsche

30/09/1994 – 50,664 miles – Kengray Motors, Radlett + Brake Fluid + oil/plugs + brake pads

12/02/1997 – 58,189 miles – Kengray Motors, Radlett + Replacement Clutch + Brake Fluid

12/12/1997 – 60,986 miles – Kengray Motors, Radlett

30/03/1999 – 64,022 miles – Kengray Motors, Radlett

29/03/2001 – 64,630 miles – Tony Greatorex Porsche Specialists – Major Service + plugs + additional

18/08/2001 – 65,090 miles – Chris Turner Porsche Specialists + Brake Fluid

05/12/2001 – 65,090 miles – Chris Turner Porsche Specialists

Strip engine to crankcase/replace lower head studs/rebuild engine/new clutch/slave cylinder/master cylinder

02/04/2002 – 65,930 miles – Chris Turner Porsche Specialists

First service following rebuild/new oil pipes/plugs/track rods/set tracking

Major Service + Remove engine + gearbox strip + re-build gearbox/new alternator/front oil cooler + fan/replace engine mounts/fit new drive shafts – £3056.77p

06/11/2002 – 65,930 miles – Chris Turner Porsche Specialists

Replace front + rear shock absorbers/replace front brake callipers/new front + rear wheel bearings/new disc + pads/handbrake shoes/brake lines + flexi hoses/fit rear spring plates + torsion bar/set geometry/fit new starter motor + throttle housing/fit new rear arm bushes/fit new fuel return lines to tank/new air-flow meter

31/03/2003 – 67,222 miles – Chris Turner Porsche Specialists

27/08/2003 -67,930 miles – Chris Turner Porsche Specialists

Replace engine oil cooler + crankcase thermostat

31/03/2004 – 68,761 miles – Chris Turner Porsche Specialists

30/07/2005 – 70,393 miles – Chris Turner Porsche Specialists

19/05/2006 – 71,504 miles – Chris Turner Porsche Specialists

Major Service + remove engine/second new clutch fitted (Warranty)/refit engine/fit new MAF injection kit/new battery

2006 – Re-build gearbox/clutch (see above)/drive shafts – £4465.33p

18/06/2010 – 73,818 miles – Engine Oil change

31/08/2013 – 74,028 miles – Chris Turner Porsche Specialists – Major Service/ plugs + Brake fluid

13/09/2019 – 76,853 miles – Cridfords Porsche Specialists

16/10/2020 – 77,467 miles – Cridfords Porsche Specialists

08/04/2021 – 77,998 miles – Ninex Motorsport Ltd Porsche Specialists – Engine oil + filters 

Additional works carried out;

21/06/2018 – 75,454 miles – Top steering column bearing renewed

Chris Turner Porsche Specialists – 74,098 miles – Replace both chain tensioners

Upgraded alternator sourced, Bosch 95A

Set of ignition leads/DME relay/distributor cap + rotor arm

Tognola Engineering – 67,296 miles – Adjust corner weights correctly/4-wheel alignment/refit injectors

(It is recommended that, all parties check and cross reference all dates/miles and details, to satisfy their own interests)   


The C16 original U.K. Carrera Sport has benefitted from attentive and long term ownership; one previous custodian having enjoyed the 3.2 from 2001 for the next 16 years, with records for the majority of former keepers. It should be noted not a single advisory has been issued following the annual MOT test right back to the start of online records in 2006. Supplied with original owners wallet, service and hand books, two keys, large history file with original invoices, virtually every MOT certificate back to the early 90’s to confirm the genuine low mileage.


Without doubt, one of the very best 911 3.2 Coupes we have had the pleasure of driving. Starts willingly, idles smoothly with just enough rasp from the rear air-cooled flat six. Subtle and well-recognised improvements have enhanced the experience, to become more connected and focussed. A front strut-brace, monoblock four-pot front callipers, Bilstein shock absorbers, Dansk SSI heat exchangers and rear box. Currently fitted with a Performance ECU chip courtesy of Steve Wong @ 911 Chips.com, not only improves fuel efficiency, but the modest power increase to 230bhp transforms the performance and response of this already very well sorted 911. As it should be, a joy to drive, with seemingly torque to space in all gears and at virtually any speed. Braking is sharp, steering precise and turn-in capabilities makes you want to hunt down the next fast corner. Should the new owner wish to return to factory standard spec, the enhancements are all very easily and cheaply reversed, although we would strongly recommend first experiencing this Carrera Sport in its current guise! Has there ever been a better time to explore the pleasure of air-cooled Porsche 911 ownership?