Up for auction is this nicely-presented 1988 Porsche 911 Targa G50 finished in Guards Red over a tan leather interior. Having been recently refreshed by the current owner, this example is said to remain in great overall condition with a clean bill of health. The car is ready to be enjoyed by a new owner and currently shows 157k miles on the odometer. It is being offered out of Thousand Oaks, CA.
The classic Guards Red finish on this Targa is stated to be in excellent condition (detailed images are available in the photo gallery). In efforts of elevating this Targa’s exterior condition, the seller states that some paint correction has been performed on the driver’s door and rear right fender. A few key features of this Targa include a newly added OEM Tea Tray spoiler, an iconic black Targa bar and a set of factory black Fuchs wheels that wear new Yokohama tires. The original decklid will be included with the sale.
Inside, you will find an extremely well-kept tan leather interior. An upgraded MOMO steering wheel has been added and the seller states that the front seats have been professionally recovered. The seller also notes that new door stops have been fabricated and installed. All electronics are said to be in working order including the factory head unit and power windows.
This Targa retains its numbers matching 3.2 L flat-six engine that is rated at approximately 207 HP. Power is delivered to the rear wheels via a highly desirable G50 5-speed transmission that features tighter shift linkage which makes for a more connected driving experience. A recent service was carried out which included the following items: Replacement of all fluids and filters, brand new OEM fan and with housing, new Bosch battery, and new windshield wiper motor. Additionally, at approximately 155k miles, the car received a valve adjustment along with a compression test and 4-wheel alignment. This Targa is stated to be in excellent driving condition.
The sale will include two keys, books, service records, tools, a clean Carfax report, and the original decklid.