Few Porsche models are more iconic than 1979 930 turbo and one particularly clean, low-mileage example is currently up for grabs.

This particular 930 Turbo was purchased new by the current owner from Steve Taub Porsche Audi in California and is being offered on dealer consignment with partial service records, owner’s manuals, toolkit and a clean Oregon title.

Beautifying the appearance sports car it’s a simple shade of gloss black, and it also has stone protective covers on the rear fenders. It still comes with the original 16-inch Fuchs split-width wheels, although these were refinished in preparation for sale. Surrounding these wheels are Continental ExtremeContact Sport tires measuring 205/55 up front and 225/50 rear. In June 2022, the 930 Turbo was fitted with new brake hoses and a brake fluid flush.

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The interior is just as understated as the exterior, with black leather seats and black leather on the dashboard and door panels. The A/C system was recently overhauled, the steering column bushing was replaced and the door panels were repainted earlier this month.

Found under the skin of 930 turbo it was a 3.3-liter turbocharged flat-six that delivered 261 hp. and 291 lb-ft (394 Nm) of torque from the factory. This engine is mated to a four-speed manual transmission that drives the rear wheels. The Bring the trailer the listing notes that the transmission was removed, the fuel tank was cleaned, the transmission was sealed, the flywheel was rebuilt, and the crankshaft seal, cooling fan, and alternator were replaced during the May 2022 service.

The car is made even more desirable by the fact that it has only had one owner and only covered ~7,000 miles (~11,265 km).
















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