Porsche released a new version of the 911 in 1989. The model made its debut as the four-wheel drive Carrera 4, which is now praised by enthusiasts in snowy states for its all-weather tractability. The two-wheel drive Carrera 2 was more engaging as it was 220 pounds lighter and offered more front trunk space. The Porsche 911 was also made in Targa and Cabriolet trims. The 1990 Porsche 911 inherited an improved version of the 3.3-liter engine previously fitted on the Porsche 930 model, generating a satisfying 320 hp.
If like The Beverly Hills Car Club team, you have a passion for classic Porsches, you probably view the 911 as an icon. The team would be delighted to speak with you and welcomes the opportunity to earn your business. Not only does their Los Angeles classic car dealership holds a large inventory of classics of all makes, models and conditions, but also the friendly staff is known for sharing valuable tips and advice with their clients and friends. Call the team today to find out about the current models of 1990 Porsche 911 for sale and experience a hassle-free and enjoyable purchase. If The Beverly Hills Car Club team doesn’t have your dream 1990 Porsche 911, the friendly staff will go the extra mile to help you find it. The team can share valuable tips and advice to help you make a smart purchase. For one, they’ll tell you that one common issue for Porsche 911 models is oil leaks so be sure to have a professional take a look at the car before you move forward with your purchase.
The Beverly Hills Car Club team is at your disposal to help you with your research and purchase of a 1990 Porsche 911. The friendly staff is looking forward to helping you buy your dream classic Porsche. Come visit the Los Angeles classic car dealership anytime and call the team if you need any additional information.
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