- This one-off, special-order, wide-body Speedster was the last example built
- Finished in Paint-to-Sample Cinnabar red with a Black convertible soft top
- 3.2-liter horizontally opposed six-cylinder engine paired with a five-speed G50 manual
- Has original tool roll, air compressor, first-aid kit, reflectors, and cassette-cleaning kit
Out of the American Muscle Car Museum collection is this 1989 Porsche 911 Speedster. The Speedster was the first since the original Porsche 356 Speedster from the late '50s and commemorated 25 years of the 911. Just over 2,000 of these unique convertibles were made, with this being the last one built. All were powered by the 3.2L flat-six engine paired with the all-new G50 five-speed transmission.
This particular car is in a Paint to Sample Cinnabar Red, with chrome Fuchs wheels, optional air conditioning, power windows, and a custom suede interior thanks to Porsche's Special Wishes Department known today as Porsche Exclusive. With only 253 original miles, this is one of the best Speedsters in existence.