OldCarOnline.com - 1978 Porsche 930

Ad Number:72793
Vehicle Type:Exotic/Foreign/Import
Model Type:2DR Coupe
Price:$65000  USD
Stock Number:
City:Metro Atlanta
Zip/Postal Code:30024
Phone 1:404-406-0460
Phone 2:
Phone 3:
Web Site Address:

Vehicle Description

Genuine 930 widebody. Mileage is actual. One of
451 turbos built for the USA in 1978 (not grey
market). Great model year and one of the last of
the lightweight 930s. Car is stunning with top
line upgrades and maint over the years(one owner
33 years). Complete history and full maintenence
portfolio with original dealer sales receipt
(Niello Porsche still in business today)from day
of delivery to present. Porsche Certificate of
Authenticity. Car is stunning to look at and is
one of the most solid and finest driving and
sounding 930s on the market. Engine fortified to
3.5 ruf specs, andial fuel and intercooler, k27,
ruf rsr 5sp, updated clutch (smooth as butter),
etc bilsteins upgrade, polished 17 ruf wheels,
headers, borla, all steel slant, upgraded rotary
AC (blows cold), interior is rich and exotic in
cashmere the nicest one will find incl the center
console trimed in the same leather as the rest
(935 turbo gauge installed and vdo clocked moved
to console), ruf Momo 935 steering wheel. Exterior
paint updated to one year avail only Porsche
maraschino red metallic (original color is mocha
brown - odd Porsche colors are en vogue and one
could convert this car back to original and have a
$100k+ car or enjoy it as is). Stereo and
components upgraded 2013 high end spec(ipod, sat
radio,amps etc). Much more. All original
tools(never used), books present. Everything is up
to date/serviced/sorted on this appreciating asset
and it is ready to be enjoyed. This is the best
930 turbo that you will find at this price point
with very little of the patina that one usually
finds in these classic 930s. Recent PPI by a 30yr
expert in these turbos stated that it is one of
the finest examples he has ever inspected. Price
is a steal at $65k. 100+ pictures here -


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