2002 Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe

2002 Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe

The market for the 996TT seems to be waking up some. Or at least sellers seem to be putting their cars up for sale more frequently and while prices aren’t shooting up they certainly seem on the rise. I’ve come across a decent number of X50-equipped Turbos, and even a few of the (very similar) final year Turbo S Coupes. This Seal Grey 2002 Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe is neither of those, but it sits with pretty low mileage and overall looks in nice shape. The interior even comes in a unique Metropolitan Dark Blue leather, which provides a nice contrast (and nice change of pace) to the exterior.

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Year: 2002
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.6 liter twin-turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 17,125 mi
Price: $52,900 Buy It Now

2002 PORSCHE 911 3.6 TWIN-TURBO 415hp
SIX-SPEED TRANSMISSION
SEAL GREY METALLIC PAINT
METROPOLITAN DARK BLUE FULL LEATHER
WOOD SPORT STEERING WHEEL
AM/FM RADIO WITH CD
WHEEL CAPS WITH COLORED CREST
SOFT RUFFLED LEATHER SEATS
DUAL LUMBAR SEATS WITH HEAT
ALUMINUM DIALS
ORIGINAL MSRP 120,345.00
2 OWNER WELL MAINTAINED
2 KEYS AND BOOKS
PORSCHE CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY
ONLY 17100 MILES
ALWAYS STORED IN CLIMATE CONTROLED GARAGE
STILL LOOKS NEW
WILL CONSIDER QUALITY TRADES UP OR DOWN
PLEASE CALL 239-707-4416
CAR CAN BE SEEN IN MIAMI OR FT MYERS

Even without the X50 package these Turbos remain the performance bargains of the marketplace. We’ve wondered how long that not so hidden secret could remain, but even with higher prices the value is still there. Other than what we see in the pictures we have little to evaluate this Turbo. It hasn’t had a long history so hopefully everything is in order, but with such cars it is always nice to have verification that its seen proper care.…

Sonderwunsch 1989 Porsche 930 Cabriolet

Sonderwunsch 1989 Porsche 930 Cabriolet

I’ve come upon this one a little late as there isn’t a lot of time left in this auction, but it’s a wild and interesting enough 930 that it’s worth our time. Porsche’s Sonderwunsch (“Special Wishes”) program provides customers with a wide array of features from which they can build themselves a very unique car. In most cases buyers keep things rather sane and choose a specific color for either the exterior or interior, or they select a couple of interesting interior details. Every now and then a customer goes further…quite a bit further. From the outside this 1989 Porsche 930 Cabriolet shows a few obvious touches with the side strakes and revised front air dam similar to what we see on the Slantnose. When we step into the interior that is when the customization really takes off. Just take a look:

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Year: 1989
Model: 911 Turbo Cabriolet
Engine: 3.3 liter turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 27,000 mi
Price: Reserve Auction

This stunning 1989 Porsche 930 Turbo Cabriolet is one of just a handful of Sonderwunsch Porsche 930 Turbo Cabriolets produced in that model year, and presents beautifully in black with a green custom leather interior. Sonderwunsch translates to special wishes, and serves as Porsche’s in-house customization program that builds bespoke automobiles at the request of the owner. Their range of available services is all inclusive—drivetrain, suspension, exterior or interior—and nothing falls outside the scope of their capability and quality standard.

This 930 Turbo has been factory customized with the following features: custom body work consisting of rear-fender air intakes with horizontal strakes, a special-order (leather-to-sample) green full-leather interior, a center console with extra gauges, leather dash, and additional under-dash glove boxes.

This car has been babied all it’s life.

Paint-to-sample 1991 Porsche 911 Turbo

Paint-to-sample 1991 Porsche 911 Turbo

I need to get one thing out of the way immediately with this car: it has been in an accident. There’s also some confusion about the title – it’s listed as rebuilt on one part of the ad but the seller then says later he has a clean and clear title. Maybe that makes sense within the car title world but it seems odd to me. Presumably the rebuilt title at least hints that this wasn’t a minor accident and statements about a bent axle confirm that as well. I want to get those points out of the way because for some buyers they will be a deal breaker. If you’re still here this is an otherwise pretty nice paint-to-sample 1991 Porsche 911 Turbo with only 32,555 miles on it. It’s had some engine work performed by the current owner to raise the power and while it isn’t clear exactly what was done, hopefully a few questions or documents can provide clarity. Obviously a thorough mechanical inspection of this Turbo will be needed, and the car will always have that stigma attached to it, but many accidents are fully repairable and those cars can still make for great drivers. And, of course, the upside to a car like this is a lower purchase price. There’s less long term value as well, but for the right price why not buy it and enjoy it worry free for as long as you please?

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Year: 1991
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.3 liter turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 32,555 mi
Price: Reserve Auction

You are bidding on a low mileage, rare, 1991 Porsche 911 Turbo – paint to color car – 1 of 1

My 911 Turbo has only 32,555 original miles.

1979 Porsche 930

1979 Porsche 930

This is a strikingly pretty Porsche 930. Wait…pretty isn’t the word I’m looking for. Let’s just say it’s pretty damn striking and a great looking 930. Guards Red makes for a familiar exterior color on Porsches from the ’80s. It is a less prevalent color on Porsches from the ’70s, but still one we see and recognize almost immediately. Where this 1979 Porsche 930’s Guards Red paint raises the bar is that it has Turbo graphics. Ok, graphics aren’t for everyone and maybe they can be a little bit boy racer, but the Turbo graphics on early 930s are a different animal. They’re subtle. In some cases almost so subtle that you miss that they’re even there. They are a fantastic complement to the black trim accents of the 930 in general. Yes you get whooshing turbo script down the rear quarter, but it’s a car from the ’70s and it just feels right. This is the first time I’ve seen the graphics on a Guards Red 930. I’m sold!

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Year: 1979
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.3 liter turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Mileage: 29,931 mi
Price: Reserve Auction

1979 Porsche 911 Turbo!! Collector Quality!! All Original!! 29K Original Miles!! Best Color Combo!!

This Porsche 911 Turbo Is In Guards Red

Over Black Leather Interior Which Makes It The Classic Porsche Color Combo! Aquired From The Amazing Porsche Collection Of A Florida Doctor. No Expensed Or Effort Spared In The Curation Of This Piece Of Porsche History. Rarely Do You Find A 1979 Turbo With All Its Original Parts In Place. Original Radio, Exhaust, Mufflers and Intercoolers. This Is A Numbers Matching U.S. Car.

Loaded With Collectible Features Such As…

• U.S. Equiptment

• Rare Factory Porsche Turbo Decals

• Porsche Certificate Of Authenticity

• Original Manuals

• Original Emergency Inflator Still In Box

• Original Porsche Tool Set

• Brand New Tires

• Electric Sunroof

1979 Porsche Turbos In This Original Condition Are Rarely Available.

1991 Porsche 911 Turbo Ruf Conversion

1991 Porsche 911 Turbo Ruf Conversion

Let’s move to the other end of the 964 Turbo spectrum because I’m sure yesterday’s ultra-low-mileage Turbo, while beautiful and very interesting, would present most prospective buyers with plenty of issues. Notably the very high price and the fact that it is basically undriveable given that price. This Black 1991 Porsche 911 Turbo, located in Houston, possesses neither of those issues. For starters, it has 118,115 miles on it so there should be no problem adding plenty of extra miles just as Porsche’s engineers intended. And it’s $400K cheaper!

There is more: this doesn’t appear to be an entirely standard Turbo. While the details are scanty we’re told that the engine has undergone a Ruf conversion, which I presume is along the lines of the engine work that brought us the BTR. That would mean we’re looking at something in the neighborhood of 374 hp, or perhaps this is the full BTR III Motronic treatment raising power to 408. In either guise it will be very fast!

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Year: 1991
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.3 liter turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 118,155 mi
Price: $89,750 Buy It Now

Documented with lots and lots of service receipts including an 8 grand recent one, bone dry with no oil leaks, RUF Conversion done by RAC, the list include;
.RUF BR 3.3 Build
.Cam, Valvetrain
.Tune
.Headers
.Exhaust
.K24 Turbo
.Suspension
.993 Big Red Brakes
.RUF strut brace
.Mats
.RH Wheels, (Speedline style).

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Paint-to-Sample 1992 Porsche 911 Turbo with 717 miles

Paint-to-Sample 1992 Porsche 911 Turbo with 717 miles

This is a car that will press many of us to ask, “Why?” The 964 Turbo is a favorite of many, whether it be one of the original 3.3 liter Turbos or the later 3.6 liter Turbo that raised the performance bar even further. These were the last standard Turbos Porsche produced with rear-wheel drive as all-wheel drive became the norm beginning with the 993. That makes them quite special and one of the 911s most capable of providing a thrilling, rewarding, and white knuckle experience for its drivers. To not take advantage of those capabilities by actually driving the darn thing tends to ruffle the feathers. That is the case with the Turbo we see here. I think we can see the impulse that got us here – this is a well-optioned and unique 911 intended for a collector – but it still rankles. Oh well.

That (massive) negative out of the way this really is a pretty unique opportunity and while it’s difficult to be certain whether a particular car is the lowest mileage available, we can feel pretty confident that this one is close. Also, its absurdly low mileage is not its only selling point. Here we have a paint-to-sample Pearl White Metallic 1992 Porsche 911 Turbo, located in Texas, with Black interior and a scant 717 miles on it. A tour through the pictures will reveal many of the other options added to this 911.

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Year: 1992
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.3 liter turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 717 mi
Price: Reserve Auction ($495,000 Buy it Now)

1992 Porsche 911 Turbo
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1994 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.6

1994 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.6

It’s been quite a while since we featured a 911 Turbo 3.6 with an asking price below $200K. In fact, it appears that of all of them we’ve featured only one had such a price. The one we see here, a Black 1994 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.6 with Cashmere Beige interior and 54,562 miles, is not only priced below $200K, but at $164,000 it’s a good bit under $200K. Naturally, the question is why the price is so relatively low? We’ll speculate on some of that below, but I do also wonder about the prices for these Turbos in general. While so many we have come across were indeed priced above $200K they weren’t exactly selling outside of incredibly low mileage examples. Many auctions were being bid precisely into the territory in which this one is priced. So perhaps the price here is just a realistic one. Imagine that!

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Year: 1994
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.6 liter turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 54,562 mi
Price: Reserve Auction ($164,000 Buy it Now)

New Inventory Alert! So new it’s yet to be detailed! Two owner 1994 Porsche 911 3.6 turbo. Same owner since 1995. 58,000 miles, we have receipts documenting every service and everything performed on the car since the day it left the lot in July of 1994. Recent complete engine overhaul/refresh by Porsche of Naples 5,000 miles ago. Runs/ drives incredible! Is it a sub 10,000 mile garage queen, that will cost you $300,000, No! t has had some repainted panels, has it been driven/tracked? like the pinnacle of all things Porsche of this era should have been. Yep you bet! Has everything, that it has ever needed to be addressed, been addressed when needed.

1995 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe – Twin-Turbo with 550 bhp

1995 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe – Twin-Turbo with 550 bhp

I can see why a magazine might call this 993 a sleeper. Of course, with its bright red paint it certainly isn’t going to escape notice so I’m not sure it fits the bill of the wolf in sheep’s clothing. Maybe a wolf in a ball gown? Either way, with a reported 550 bhp on tap this 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe definitely will take the unsuspecting by surprise. With its standard Carrera body and no whale tail it certainly doesn’t look like a 911 Turbo, but it goes like one. In fact, given that the 993TT only made 408 hp it actually goes better than one. Naturally, with any such build seeing some proof of these numbers would be useful, though many owners might be satisfied using seat-of-the-pants testing. What we’ll surely want to see is the documentation of the build. It doesn’t appear to be running any kind of intercooler so I’m curious how all of this manages to work efficiently, but I’m no turbo expert so perhaps it’s no problem at all. None the less, performance should be quite breathtaking and it looks pretty darn good as well. Love the BBS RS-GT wheels on the 993!

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Year: 1995
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.6 liter twin-turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 94,200 mi
Price: Reserve Auction ($95,000 Buy It Now)

This beautiful example of Porsche’s famed air-cooled 1995 993, is far from just a regular Porsche 993. Starting life in Arizona, Original owner, no accidents or even had a single panel painted. The finish on this car is ceramic with advanced Glare over the top. The car is fully prepared to enter a full Concourse event. This car has been named THE SLEEPER in Porsche Excellence magazine some years ago.

2008 Porsche 911 GT2

2008 Porsche 911 GT2

I’ve been looking at quite a few high-dollar 911s lately and among the pantheon of Porsche supercars the GT2 tends to stand on its own. Unlike the extremely high priced original 993 GT2 where values soar to over $1M the water-cooled cars have less collector interest and thus lower costs. But the performance is not lower. Not lower at all.

I see examples of the 996 GT2 come around pretty often, and prices have generally been moving up. I see the 997 GT2 far less often, outside of the ridiculously sublime GT2 RS which can easily set you back nearly $500K, so I’m a little curious where these will fall on the spectrum. Where will their value lie relative to the rising values of the 996? As I mentioned in my roundup of the 996 GT3: while the 996 still makes for a reasonable value even among the GT cars, as they approach the cost of a similar 997 then we begin to open up even greater performance value potential.

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Year: 2008
Model: 911 GT2
Engine: 3.6 liter twin-turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 13,231 mi
Price: Reserve Auction

We are excited to offer this one owner 2008 Porsche GT2 Coupe with only 13,231 original miles on the odometer! One of only 237 ever made, the car is finished in a Stuttgart classic combination of Silver with perfect Charcoal/Anthracite Leather and Suede upholstery. Overall this car is in stunning condition, is a joy to drive, runs and drives perfectly and is as quick as you would expect a GT2 to be!

This 2008 Porsche GT2 Coupe is a true collector car and is fitted with its 3.6L H6 DOHC 24V Turbo motor coupled to its 6 Speed manual transmission which is fluid and has no issues; the clutch is in perfect condition.

1981 Porsche 930

1981 Porsche 930

Enthusiasts never like it when manufacturers remove cars from our market, especially when said car is still being produced in other markets. Frustrations are elevated even further when the car is a higher performance model, as is typically the case. It was precisely this scenario in which Porsche’s US customers found themselves mired in the early-’80s when the 930 was no longer being produced for the US market. At the time, Porsche did not want to commit the money to meet stricter emissions requirements so the model was pulled. It was only in 1986 that it returned. On the bright side, since the 930 still was being produced it was not impossible for US customers to find a way to get one. And, of course, in later years importation also represented an opportuntiy. We have just such an example here with this Black 1981 Porsche 930, located in California, with 49,794 miles on it.

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Year: 1981
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.3 liter turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Mileage: 49,794 mi
Price: $109,000 Buy It Now

EARLY, ORIGINAL 930 TURBO 3.3 FROM A COLLECTION

– MODEL YEAR 1981

– MATCHING NUMBERS (CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY)

– DELIVERY PORSCHE AT CENTER MUENSTER

– INVOICE DATE 11/08/1980

– GERMAN VIN WP0ZZZ93ZBS000XYZ

– COUNTRY CODE C00 GERMANY

– $30,000.00 INVESTED IN 2015 / 2016

ROOFLINER, EXHAUST, HEAT EXCHANGER, OIL- / FUEL LINES, TURBOCHARGER, TIRES AND MANY MORE.

– ORIGINAL FUCHS RIMS IN 7″ UND 8″ X 16″

– PORSCHE CLASSIC RADIO WITH NAVIGATION / BLUETOOTH

– ACCIDENT FREE

– FIRST PAINT (EXCEPT FOR HOOD AND FRONTFENDERS)

– FOUR OWNERS

BUYER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR SHIPPING AND TAXES. SELLER WILL ASSIST SHIPPING ETC.

Like with many RoW cars we come across for sale in the US there isn’t a lot here to tell us about this 930’s importation: when it occurred, by whom, and under what circumstances.…

Speed Yellow 1996 Porsche 911 GT2

Speed Yellow 1996 Porsche 911 GT2

Few Porsches capture the imagination and turn heads like the 911 GT2. And among the various iterations of the GT2, the 993 GT2 is the most coveted. While engineering and technological progress naturally have rendered later models more powerful and sophisticated performers, the raw prowess of the original car remains the benchmark. Serving as both the first 911 GT2 put into production as well as the last and only air-cooled GT2 produced, the 993 brings with it the kind of rarity that rapidly elevates prices. Add in that it represented the highest performance among production 911s of its day and you’ve pretty much checked all of the boxes a collector could desire. The example we see here, a Speed Yellow 1996 Porsche 911 GT2 having traveled around 33K kilometers during its life, will be up for auction next Friday at RM Sotheby’s auctions in Phoenix.

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2003 Porsche 911 Turbo X50

2003 Porsche 911 Turbo X50

I’ve featured a decent number of 996TTs lately, but they’ve all been of a different sort than what is typical for us. They’ve all been shifted toward the pricier end of the spectrum and more collector quality for those who want to speculate on the possibility of that market moving upward. In most cases these have been the one-year-only Turbo S. Here I’m going to hope to move back toward the performance value side of the equation. This is the reason we’re typically here in the first place after all. But that movement toward value doesn’t mean we have to make sacrifices in performance. While the Turbo S may wear a different moniker and command more attention and value it’s not really fundamentally different from a standard Turbo equipped with the X50 performance package. And what do you know, look what we have here: a Midnight Blue Metallic 2003 Porsche 911 Turbo, located in Knoxville, with Cinnamon leather interior, 79,700 miles on it, and that highly desirable X50 package. It is the higher mileage that will keep this Turbo’s price in reasonable territory, but the condition shows us a very nice 911 that could compete with those lower-mileage examples and their higher prices.

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Double Take: 1996 Porsche 911 Turbo

Double Take: 1996 Porsche 911 Turbo

Could it be that there might actually be some value to be found on the 993 Turbo market? It has seemed like an impossible dream for a while as prices continued to elevate, but as I look around now I’m starting to wonder if there’s been a shift. Granted, we’re still not talking about inexpensive cars; after all north of six figures remains the norm. But we’re getting closer to crossing that magic barrier. I first had an inkling of this last summer when I featured this 911 Turbo and thought all things considered the price wasn’t bad. It wasn’t cheap, but it felt like prices had moved down a step. I didn’t think too much of it at the time, but I think now we need to give them a little more attention. The two we’re going to look at here aren’t the only two Turbos on the market right now, but they’re two that stood out to me the most. I’ll begin with the cheaper of the pair: a Black over Tan 1996 Porsche 911 Turbo with 80,533 miles on it located in Denver.

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1987 Porsche 930 Coupe

1987 Porsche 930 Coupe

There is always a place for subtlety in the car world and while subtle hardly applies to the Porsche 930, among modified examples it’s a term that can make sense. It’s rare that I feature a modified 930 as most of those I come across appear in questionable condition or simply seem overdone. Here we have a definite exception. This 930’s modifications are limited to the engine so from the outside it appears almost completely original. It also happens to come in a very attractive Dark Blue over Tan leather interior. For fans of dark colors it’s a nice alternative to the more common Black 930. Under the skin, a K27 turbo, upgraded intercooler, and Andial fuel system are said to raise power to “more than” 385 hp. That’s a substantial gain over the stock car’s 282 hp and given the already engaging dynamics of a 930 it’s sure to be extremely attention grabbing for any driver!

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Another Kermit? 1976 Porsche 930

Another Kermit? 1976 Porsche 930

It seems just about any early 911 that is all green takes on the name ‘Kermit’. We’ve featured what might best represent the true and original example, a Viper Green Metallic 1979 Porsche 911SC. That 911 borrowed its exterior color from VW and it probably comes closest to mimicking the color of the famous frog. The one we see here uses Porsche’s own version of the similarly named color – Viper Green Diamond Metallic. It’s a little bit darker than Kermit himself, but still possesses that same sense of joy that’s really what makes these so appealing to many. That this version happens to be an early 1976 Porsche 930 should absolutely elevate it in the eyes of many collectors.

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