1986 Porsche 930 Coupe

This seems…reasonable. As always that makes me somewhat wary, but with the air-cooled market having slowed quite a bit coming across reasonably priced examples should become more common. I should emphasize this Porsche 930 isn’t a low price, but given the mileage it does strike me as pretty reasonable. So we’ll have to ask our usual questions, but there is some promise to be found here. This is a Grand Prix White 1986 Porsche 930 Coupe, located in New York, with 51,800 miles on it.

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Year: 1986
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.3 liter turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Mileage: 51,800 mi
Price: $89,000 Buy It Now

1986 Porsche 911 Turbo (930) Production Date: September 1985.

Original Grand Prix White with a Black Leather Interior.

Hagerty Condition 2, Excellent Throughout.

Needs Nothing! Must be seen to be fully appreciated.

Clean Body with Original Paint, No Dents or Dings

Owner/seller is a Retired Porsche Dealership Employee

Invited to and shown at the Greenwich Concours d’Elegance in 2003, 2007, 2011 and 2015.

Original Low mileage: 51,800

Original Unmodified Drivetrain

Equipped with a K&N Air Filter and an Original, Porsche European Spec, Non-Catalytic, Exhaust System (NY Legal)

Included is the Original Porsche Exhaust System with Catalytic Converter (uninstalled) useful for California Emissions and Registration

Wheels: appropriate/vintage TechArt 17” Painted to match, sporting

Goodyear Eagle F1s with 235/40 ZR 17 fronts and 315/35 ZR17 rears

A correct set of Fuch Wheels is available separately.

Factory Sunroof, Rare Rear window Wiper and Original Porsche Alarm System

H-4 Headlights, White Face Gauges, Locking Leather Center Console with cup holder

Upgraded Bolt-On 993 Parts: Side Mirrors, Painted to match Door Handles, and Rear Visor Third Brake Light

Bolt-On Aluminum Billet Parts: Pedal Set, Shift Knob, Black anodized Interior Door and Engine Cover Release Handles

Also a Porsche Turbo S Steering Wheel and Stainless Steel Dead Pedal

Original parts included but uninstalled: Headlight Assemblies, Flag Side Mirrors, Exterior Door Handles, Front Amber Marker Assemblies and 2 pair of US Spec. Tail Light Lenses

Nakamichi AM-FM-CD head, Alpine V12 Power Amp with 6 speakers, Leather covered Fiberglass Rear Speaker/Parcel Shelf

Front Bumper Oil Cooler Scoops, Custom Made Rear Wheel Stone Guards

Includes: Battery Tender, not one but two CoverCraft dust covers

Included is a rare & complete, Original Press Release Folder for Porsche’s Model Year 1986. Statements about the “Two Turbos Lead Porsche’s 1986 Sports Car Family”, “The Debut of a Sports Car for the Year 2000: Porsche Builds Its High Performance Model 959”, “Porsche Completes Best Year Ever”, “Why Porsche Races”, “The Gray Market” and the 12 Original B&W Photos for Press Use

Included are: Original 1986 (dealer only) “911 Turbo Product Knowledge Workbook” and “Service Information Technik”. 1986 Color Brochures for Consumer Sales, a Full Porsche Line Sales and an Exterior Color sample and Upholstery Guide

Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, a clean CarFax and numerous service records

This car has been meticulously maintained by Porsche air cooled specialist Rennwerke, Elmsford, NY for the last 15 years.

Please call me if you have any questions at (914) 762-0191 before 9:00 PM Eastern

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Most should notice from the start that this 930 isn’t wholly original and I suspect that should go a long way toward explaining the seemingly reasonable price. That said most of the modifications seem easily reversible, though not all of the original parts come with the car. That would be the biggest hurdle for buyers who care about such things. Otherwise, this is a pretty nice looking 930 and its Grand Prix White exterior shows quite well. The aftermarket wheels really stretch and fill the rear fenders making this Turbo look even wider than it already is. The interior shows some wear, but nothing too egregious. At the end of the day this appears to be a fairly low-mileage example of Porsche’s iconic 911 Turbo that has a few add-ons, but at $89K isn’t priced too badly.

-Rob

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4 Comments

  1. Very reasonable price !

  2. Reasonable vs. ASKS. Over 50K 80s 930s are trading under $90K in the “real world” on a regular basis. Auctions even. The “gap” between buys and asks is big. A bone stock black/black 88 Targa 930 will close on BAT Friday under $90K I bet.

  3. Corrected: sold for $100K on the nose w/ 57K miles. That said, rarer (300 targas?) than this car and bone stock. Would take more than $10K to bring this car stock ($6K for rims alone).

  4. I love how sellers are unable to actually read the Hagerrty guide and what constitutes a “number 2”.
    Cool car but the 40k engine/transmission rebuild puts the fear into my wallet

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