This original 1988 911 Clubsport is being offered For Sale at Parkhaus1. 1 of 28 US examples, and 1 of only 3 in black, this Clubsport is truly a rare car. Porsche debuted the 3.2 Carrera Clubsport in 1987. 340 Clubsports were produced worldwide between 1987 and 1989. Of the 28 U.S. spec cars, 21 are documented as being delivered in 1988 and 7 in 1989. All U.S. spec cars feature a "CS" decal on the driver's side front fender, and have the rear "Carrera" badge deleted.
The 3.2 Carrera Clubsport was a version aimed at being a lightweight, track variant of the 911. In Clubsport spec, the 911 lost around 155 pounds by removing non-essential equipment like a sunroof, rear seats, air conditioning, power windows, fog lights, and some sound insulation. The Clubsport also featured Porsche's new G50 transmission, in addition to an enhanced DME control system modified to achieve higher speeds in each of the car's five gears. In addition, the use of hollow intake valves allows an increase in maximum engine speed to 6,840 rpm, up from 6,520 rpm.
The Clubsport's performance is excellent. Due to these performance upgrades over the standard 911, the Clubsport achieves 0-60 mph in 5.6 seconds and a top speed of 149 mph. In addition to engine modifications, the car also received sport shock absorbers, forged allow wheels, front and rear spoilers, and a shortened shift lever.
This example is finished in black over a factory cloth interior with embossed "Porsche" script. When new, this particular Clubsport was picked up through Porsche's European Delivery program. Documentation on this car is very extensive. All paperwork documenting the original delivery, as well as original order sheet, and temporary International Driver's License are included. Also included is a copy of Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera, which details the specifics of this generation of the Porsche 911.
We are also offering copies of all receipts documenting services done here at Parkhaus1. Maintenance and Services include a Complete Engine Reseal, New Brakes, New Calipers, New Brake Lines, Wheel Bearings, Shocks, and much more. Total work done under current owner totals to nearly $60,000.
This is your chance to own a truly low production Porsche model. At 1 of 28 in the United States, this is one of the rarest 911s that Porsche ever made. We have attached a list of all Carrera Clubsports made for the U.S. market, as well as the Dealers they were allocated to, to further emphasize the rarity of the Clubsport.