You're reading this because you're ready to make good on the promise you made yourself years ago, and you've made the right decision with this one. You can tell this 1989 Porsche 911 Carrera has all the right details, including the fender flares, whale tail, and iconic Guards Red paint. Best of all it's a true survivor from the rosy finish, right down to the original flat six.This highly original example has its correct Guards Red bodywork (a legendary Porsche color.) It looks fantastic today, especially with the correct items in place, like the factory chin spoiler, body-colored bumpers, and large Euro-style headlights. This one also has the Carrera flares with wider wheel arches and the iconic "whale tail" rear spoiler. The Fuchs wheels are a true hallmark of the air-cooled era, and when painted black, they do a great job of coordinating with the trim to give this coupe a truly red and black uniform appearance.No other door opens with the same mechanical and deliberate sound like a classic 911 does. Enthusiasts turn around when they hear that iconic 'pop' (yes it sounds crazy, but true.) And when people look, they will see a black leather interior that coordinates nicely with the rest of the car. Stepping inside you sit in the comfortable and supportive bucket seat. Then you grab the revised factory sports steering wheel that's designed for a clear view at the gauges. Porsche's race-ready sensibilities means the tachometer is directly in front of the driver. The rest of the instruments surround this in their own clearly marked pods to give you a comprehensive view of what's going on with the engine. While this 911 is obviously a driver's car, it doesn't skip on comfortable features. This includes power windows, power seats, tilt/telescoping steering wheel, and the original Blaupunkt AM/FM/cassette stereo. There are even provisions for air conditioning and a sunroof. Lift the rear hatch, and see the best part of any 911. This is the original 3.2-liter flat-six motor. These have an outstanding reputation, which is at its peak for durability and performance during this final production year. In fact, there is an argument about rarity considering the 964 model also came out this year, and Porsche sold less than 10K cars in the USA in total. But, regardless of production numbers, this 911 feels great out on the road with the control of the G50 five-speed transmission. The manual gearbox allows you to get the most out of the motor as you pilot the lightweight Porsche on your favorite desolate highway. Combine this with Porsche's legendary steering feedback, four-wheel disc brakes, and grippy Michelin Pilot Sport tires, and this classic 911 will teach you why it's an icon with every mile.Complete with the essential maintenance records and the original manuals, it is rare to find such a desirable, clean survivor. Porsche fans know how rare this is, so hurry before this very special 911 Carrera is snapped up by someone else. Call today!!