It feels too long since I featured a Porsche 930. I believe it’s only been a month and my last feature came on the heels of a bunch of interesting early 930s coming up for sale. Since then, there hasn’t been much. But such is their desirability and my own love for them that at some point I yearn to find another and search even deeper. I think this one is well worth it.
Here is a Prussian Blue 1986 Porsche 930 Coupe, located in Connecticut, with a matching Dark Blue leather interior and just 20,225 miles on it. Among other things it came optioned with sport seats and specially ordered Platinum painted Fuchs wheels. I really like the contrast provided by the wheels.
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Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.3 liter turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Mileage: 20,225 mi
Price: Price on Request
1986 Porsche 911 Turbo
20,225 original miles
All numbers Matching with Porsche COA
This two owner, low mileage Porsche 930 was a special ordered car purchased new in Florida by a local car aficionado and collector. It was ordered in March 1986, built in May 1986, and delivered Aug. 1986. This highly optioned Porsche is finished in rare factory Prussian Blue with dark blue full leather interior. The factory options include factory semi power sport seats, sunroof, stereo cassette radio, right hand mirror, limited slip differential and special order platinum painted center Fuchs wheels. The car was always garaged and driven mostly on weekends and to various PCA events in Florida. A very special car in a rare color combination.
This is in all regards a very nice looking 930. The ride height appears to be set quite lot, but otherwise both the exterior and interior present really well and show very little wear. The blue on blue color combination is a bit too monotone, but for whatever reason a lot of Porsches from this period followed this sort of palette. If you like blue, then it should be right up your alley. With the exception of the radio everything looks to be original as well. We’ll want to verify that this is original paint and interior, but for a well cared for 930 with this mileage it certainly shouldn’t surprise us if that all checks out.
The seller has not revealed his price and given that 930s aren’t really selling for what they used to that’s probably going to be the biggest hurdle. I think we can safely assume a six figure price, the question is how far into the six figures you’ll have to go. While certainly a very valuable 930 relative to its peers the current market certainly provides a lot of options. That said: for very low mileage, nice options, and a very nice color this one checks a lot of boxes and should be worth a premium.