The black exterior paint is stated to be all original aside from a respray of the front and rear bumpers to correct rock chips. The seller claims that the paint is in great overall condition with only a few blemishes. This Turbo is equipped with a quad-pipe exhaust system and integrated air vents in the rear fenders. Additionally, Brixton side skirts are installed along with a fresh set of factory-style BBS wheels, giving this Turbo an aggressive look.
The all-original black leather interior presents as an original honest car with only minor wear, typical of a car from this time period. The leather is stated to be in above average condition with slight wear to the front sport seats and slight warping of the dashboard.
This Turbo is fitted with multiple period-correct upgrades from Germany including:
Andial installed center console (vintage audio equipment removed)
Boost temperature differential gauge
Manual boost controller
VDO boost gauge with tell tale (clock delete)
Upgraded Sony head unit
MOMO sport steering wheel
With the exception of the VDO boost gauge, all components are stated to be in working order including the factory sunroof.
Due to a replaced “MPH” speedometer, the true mileage may have been affected, though it is not confirmed. Accordingly, the MA title does show an odometer reading of 10,287 when purchased by the current owner and the car stands as it should for the mileage shown.
This 930 retains its original 3.3L single turbo charged engine that sends power to the rear wheels via a 4-speed manual transmission. The seller claims the car to be exceptionally fast with the help of an upgraded K&N air-filter and an Andial intercooler.
The following items were addressed by the seller:
Replaced clutch (30,000 miles)
Replaced factory spec Turbocharger (35,000 miles)
Replaced ECM module (55,000 miles)
The 930 Turbo formed the basis for the 934 and 935 which scored a succession of outright victories through 1984. This included six wins at the 24 hours of Daytona, six wins at the 12 Hours of Sebring, and one overall win at Lemans in 1979.