1987 Porsche 911 Turbo Slantnose – REVISIT

The 930 Slantnose we featured back in July is back on offer. Even though it originally failed to sale it has been relisted with a slightly higher price of $99,990.00, a peculiarity that makes some sense given the market for these cars over the past few months, though it’s still somewhat strange.

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The below post originally appeared on our site July 5, 2014:

We all have our Holy Grail; that one car that epitomizes everything we’re looking for or love about a particular car. For me, this car is about as close as I have found. A Black 1987 Porsche 911 Turbo Slantnose, located in New York, with Linen leather interior and 77,906 miles. What would I change? For starters a 1989 with the 5-speed manual rather than this car’s 4-speed would be nice. Also, while I enjoy the Linen interior on certain 911s, I’m not a fan of it on this. The menace conveyed by this car begs for a black leather interior though I’d also be quite happy with one of the darker tan shades Porsche has made available over the years. The Slantnose is a very love it or hate it design in particular, but I love it and it fits the general sense of excess of the 930 quite well.

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1987 Porsche 911 Turbo Slantnose on eBay


Year: 1987
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.3 liter turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Mileage: 77,906 mi
Price: $97,000

1987 Porsche 930 Slantnose

genuine factory 505 option

completely stock.

motor rebuilt 250miles ago.

motor was fine, just had a couple of broken head studs.

once opened everything was rebuilt.

clutch changed/ pressure plate

transmission serviced.

please call for info. 800-wheel99

it is going up in $$$ either for me or you. if you are serious we will make a deal. have owned it 9 years. car comes with the original steering wheel installed .






With 930 prices going up across the board a Slantnose is sure to command a very high price and quite a bit of attention. Earlier this year a bunch of them came up for sale, though most were convertibles, but we haven’t come across all that many of late. Their rarity tends to command a premium and while this one is priced at the top of the market for a 1987 930 it’s sure to hold its value and bring a nice return at some point down the road.


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