Gemballa turbo look cabriolet.
The 80s were great times for Porsche and the 911 was on a crest of a wave with several updates including a new cabriolet. This example was supplied in 1986 finished in guards red, the colour it still wears today. By 1989, Porsche had introduced the 964 with many upgrades including revised body styling and this paved the way for companies like Techart, Gemballa and Rinspeed to offer styling upgrades with features from the new 964 for the earlier models.
This rust free example was treated to a full Gemballa Turbo look conversion, with 18” Turbo look wheels and Gemballa exhaust and in 2013, a new set of can can red carpets, RUF electric seats, white dial faces and new black hood were also fitted.
If you are looking for a fully documented guaranteed mileage 911 with every switch and electrical item working then you may need to look elsewhere, however if you want a mechanically and structurally sound 911, that is HPI clear, great to drive and offering the full Gemballa visual drama, this 911 ticks all the boxes and certainly could not be converted for the asking price of this car today.
For: Looks far more expensive than the asking price.
Against: A few non- essential electrical items need attending to.