Porsche 924 Carrera GTS 1982 will be sold at auctionFebruary 5, 2020
This model is not a cult and very popular. However, this particular instance can be very interesting to collectors.
At the RMSothebys auction in Paris, they will sell the Porsche 924 Carrera GTS sports car, which was assembled in 1982. The German automaker periodically released limited series of cars, and this model just belongs to them. Therefore, not even being one of the most popular in the Porsche series, the car has a fairly high value. The manufacturer began production of 924 Carrera GT models in 1980 – a total of 406 such machines were assembled. All of them were intended to participate in the legendary race “24 hours of Le Mans” and tests before the races. And 59 cars received a special version of the GTS. The car is driven by a gasoline engine with a power of 271 hp.
After the publication of the car, they saved it at the factory. He moved infrequently – over a 38-year history, his mileage was only 8,300 kilometers.
Increases the value of the sold instance and the fact that the original factory manual is included with it. The car is in excellent technical and external condition – he did not need restoration. For such a copy are going to help from 220,000 to 280,000 euros
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