Founded by a group of German entrepreneurs in California, ANDIAL grew to become one of the most successful Porsche racing companies through the 1970s and 1980s, building high-performance engines that remain coveted to this day. This 1988 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe received a complete 3.7L twin-plug engine built at the hands of Dieter Inzenhofer, one of the founding members of ANDIAL. It came factory-finished in Black over a Silver Grey Special Leather interior along with optional heated Sport Seats, Sport Shocks Absorbers, a limited-slip differential, and shorted gearshift lever for its G50 manual transaxle. Accompanied by extensive documentation and supporting engine build receipts, this exceptional ANDIAL-tuned Carrera is now being offered for auction by its seller out of New York showing under 34k miles on the odometer.
This Coupe is finished in Black and equipped with front and rear spoilers, integrated front fog lights,red-painted Brembo brake calipers, and a set of upgraded 17” RUF alloy wheels. The seller describes the exterior to be in excellent overall condition, noting only a few minor stone chips commensurate with normal driving. A rear window wiper came optioned from the factory and has since been removed with a delete plug. The seller’s paint meter shows higher readings on the left front fender and quarter panel, although no evidence of an accident or repairs are present. Detailed images are provided in the gallery along with a clean CARFAX report.
At an additional cost from the factory, this Carrera was appointed with a Black and Silver Grey Special Leather interior including heated Sport Seats with electric height adjustment. Other options include a black velour luggage compartment lining, an electric sunroof, an alarm system, Hi-Fi Sound Package, automatic speed control, headlight washers, an intensified windshield washer system, and shorted gearshift lever. A set of aftermarket aluminum pedal covers has been fitted along with an aftermarket stereo, black rubber floor liners, and a 930 S three-spoke leather steering wheel. All gauges and accessories are said to remain fully functional.
An invoice from ANDIAL Road and Race shows the details and cost associated with the 3.7L engine assembled by Dieter Inzenhofer in 2006. The blueprinted motor was mated to the car by a Porsche dealer in Colorado and features a twin-plug ignition system, 964 C2 cams, Carillo rods, polished intake ports, and a sport exhaust system. Power is routed to the rear wheels through a 5-speed G50 manual transaxle and a limited-slip differential. The braking system has also been upgraded with larger Brembo calipers paired with cross-drilled rotors and stainless-steel lines. A collection of invoices provided in the gallery shows a comprehensively documented history of maintenance, and the seller notes the car was recently serviced at Speedsport Tuning in preparation for the next owner.
This sale will include a clean title, the original owner’s manuals, a window sticker, and a vast collection of documents.
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