In its first years of life, the 930 was allowed to stay in Germany and walked more than 21,000 km. Then, at the beginning of the 90s, the car was sold to an Italian, where it would remain until 2004, and just over 48,000km.
Since then, the Turbo has been in Sweden where it has only been used sporadically and would remain for up to 60,600km.
Meanwhile, this beautiful convertible has run 61.200km. Of course, this Porsche is equipped with all the documents that guarantee this low mileage. A completed service booklet, history, inspection certificates, invoices, tools, … It only makes this classic more interesting.
The car still benefits from major maintenance in its own workshop before it is sold.
A fantastic pure hardcore sports car from the iconic ’80s and even then in the extremely rare convertible version. A ‘once in a lifetime opportunity’ for the real connoisseur/collector!
The car can be visited by appointment.
In 1963 Porsche brought the successor of the 356 on the market. At that time still with type designation 901, but soon this should change to 911. This created the most iconic sports car model ever in history.
Throughout the years several generations would emerge. The first series was delivered with a 2.0L strong 6 cylinder, good for about 130 HP. Soon this would increase to a 2.2L to end with a 2.4L engine, good for 190 HP in the S-model.
The 2nd generation – known by connoisseurs as the ‘G-model’ – was available from 1974 and was equipped with a 2.7L.
In the same year Porsche also introduced the world’s first series sports car with an exhaust gas turbocharger, the 911 Turbo was born. The 3.0L strong 6-cylinder was good for no less than 260hp. Later this would increase to a 3300CC and 300 HP.
In 1982 the existing coupé and Targa model line was completed with a convertible.