1987 Porsche 930 Coupe

We’ve featured a few 930s recently that have all hinted at the sharp increase in value we have begun to see with these early Turbos. Truthfully, some of them have more than hinted at those value increases with asking prices well north of what we are used to seeing for model years other than ’76 and ’89. The example here offers hope that there are still reasonable values to be found, though it comes with the caveat of having seen quite a bit more miles. Those extra miles are ok if the maintenance has been kept up-to-date and the car has been well cared for in other respects as well. But mileage tends to show even on the best examples and this one is no exception. Still, it’s a nice color that’s pretty uncommon for the 930 and presents quite well even with all of those miles. Here we have a 1987 Porsche 930 Coupe with 141,000 miles on it. Though the color combination isn’t stated, I’d guess it’s Venetian Blue Metallic over a contrasting Linen and Blue interior.

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Year: 1987
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.3 liter turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Mileage: 141,000 mi
Price: $70,000

I am helping to sell my bosses 930 Turbo. Car has just under 141,000 miles. It has been exclusively serviced by RMG Enterprises in Sunnyvale, California since 1989. (21472 Miles) This is a great driving car. Has no issues. Impeccable records.
$70,000
Call Dan or Bob 408-738-2060 Monday-Thursday.

We don’t have a lot to go on here from the ad so interested buyers will need to do a good bit of homework. It’s stated to have impeccable records and if that is the case it will go a long way toward alleviating any concerns buyers will have over this 930’s mechanical condition. Just on appearance it looks to have been taken care of so there is promise here. The interior shows wear in the usual locations, though nothing that should have us too concerned or that would be too difficult to correct. While the asking price of $70K definitely is higher than where we used to find a 930 of this mileage, on the current market it’s not a bad deal and stands as one of the more inexpensive opportunities for getting your hands on one of these iconic machines.

Many thanks to our reader Howard for bringing this one to our attention!

-Rob

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  1. I’m not super familiar with the 930 engine bay. For those that might be what’s with the rust colored area on the hose going up from where the oil filler cap is?

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