So who wants to take a risk? Or if not a risk, then simply put in the work to understand this Porsche 930’s history. As I’ve said previously, when we encounter cars that seem undervalued then we must ask a lot of questions. That is especially so when we are dealing with cars that aren’t exactly flying under the radar and the 930 certainly fits that bill. But with an asking price of $77,950 this Black Pearl Metallic 1988 Porsche 930 Coupe definitely seems like it is on offer for a pretty reasonable price and given the sharp rise in values we’ve seen for these Turbos that price brings with it a host of concerns. But the mileage is very reasonable and it looks in very good shape. Honestly, if it wasn’t for the low price I would have few questions about this car and the color combination (more on that below) isn’t one we see very often on a 911. Perhaps I’m being too cynical and this is just a nice value?
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1988 Porsche 930 Coupe on eBay
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.3 liter turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Mileage: 66,241 mi
Price: $77,950 Buy it Now
1988 Porsche 911 Turbo coupe in Black Pearl Metallic with Grey Leather Interior. 4-speed manual trans.
This low mile and near 28 year old Porsche was ordered new in Paint to sample Colors: Mercedes Benz Black pearl exterior, with full leather interior finished in Mercedes Grey with black piping. It was also ordered with full 8-way power seats with seat heaters and lumbar adjust. Deluxe Carpet in trunk, and is running on Chrome and Black turbo Fuchs.
Just three documented owners, the first owner purchased new at Seattle’s University Porsche-Audi November 4th 1987. The last owner purchased the Turbo February 1996 and owned since. Driven an average of just 2,454 miles per year since new.
With purchase of this 911 Turbo (930) comes, Owners Hand book, Maintenance Booklet w/first owner record, and some service records.
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We aren’t offered a good deal of information about this 930 and it sounds like the seller doesn’t possess a thorough accounting of its history. Obviously, that makes an assessment more difficult. One important piece in that regard is the color combination where we’re especially in need of verification of its originality. Both the interior and exterior colors appear to have been taken from the Mercedes paint catalog, which helps explain the rare combination among Porsches. Frankly, it’s quite a nice combination. I certainly prefer it over the much more common black on black and for those that are not fans of a tan interior this combination provides an alternative. Outside of the color we’re offered little to assess the mechanical history so a PPI is a must. All of that said, with some research I’m sure interested buyers can begin to fill in the various gaps and this could check out as a really nice value for what looks to be an excellent 930 Coupe.