Porsche 911 Turbo 3.3

Porsche 911 Turbo 3.3

Cabriolet, 1988


  • Recent €30,000 Engine-Out Service
  • Limited Slip Differential
  • Correct Blaupunkt Toronto

Black Over Black with Black Center Fuchs, Recent €30,000 Engine-Out Service, 3-Owners From New and Fitted with Limited Slip Differential and Correct Blaupunkt Toronto.

This 1988 Porsche 930 Cabriolet was delivered new on the 30th of May 1988 to its first owner in Germany. Finished in black over black leather with a black fabric top and black-center Fuchs alloy wheels, this 930 was ordered in a stunning specification that would look great in any garage. After staying with its first owner in Germany for a few years, the car was sold to Italy, where it has lived ever since. The consignor is the third owner of the car, and it has been in his possession since 1999 when he purchased it with roughly 50,000 km on the odometer. Now, it shows just under 129,800 km and benefits from a thorough recent servicing to the tune of nearly €30,000. The black paint on the car has been refreshed, but there is no accident damage in the car’s history, and given the car’s historic status, it is eligible to obtain the original Italian license plates it wore upon entry to the country more than 30 years ago.

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The interior is wrapped in black leather, with power adjustable sport seats optioned up front. One of the things that made the 930 so beloved when it was new was that, even though it offered performance on par with some of the best from Ferrari and Lamborghini, it still offered 4-seat practicality and did not suffer from the compromised ergonomics of its Italian rivals. That being said, with a keen eye, you can pick out a few differences from a standard 911 on the interior of the 930. Firstly, the large centrally-mounted tachometer features a boost gauge below the tach needle, which springs to life once you get the car above about 3,500 rpm. Also, both the floor mats and door sills are bestowed with Porsche’s famous Turbo script so that you know what you’re dealing with. Although the photos of this car show it fitted with a modern head unit, the original Blaupunkt Toronto will be included with the sale for a nice period-correct touch.

Sitting behind the passenger compartment is a 3.3-liter turbocharged and intercooled air-cooled flat-6. Rated from the factory as making 296 horsepower and 304 lb-ft of torque, these cars are capable of 0-100 kph in 5.5 seconds and a top speed in excess of 255 kph. The engine in this car recently underwent a comprehensive engine out service, completed in March of 2024, to ensure that it will continue producing great power and be dependable for years to come. This engine is backed up by a 4-speed manual transaxle which shifts well through the gears, and was fitted from the factory with a limited slip differential.

The Porsche 930 is a true 1980s icon, and was just as much a poster car as the Testarossa or Countach in the period. It is estimated that less than 1,000 cabriolet versions were produced, making this car quite rare and sought after. When you combine this with the car’s thorough recent servicing and having just three owners from new, it becomes quite an appealing proposition. With summer just around the corner, now is the perfect time to pick up a convertible- and it doesn’t get much better than a turbocharged, cabriolet, Porsche.

It is safe to say that Porsche’s turbocharged 930 was a revolutionary car that forever changed the sportscar landscape. As one of the first production turbocharged vehicles, the 930 offered explosive, supercar-level performance while remaining practical and easily usable daily. Built from 1975-1989, the 930 was really divided up into two major eras: the 3.0-liter non-intercooled cars of 1975-1977 and the 3.3-liter cars with intercoolers, built from 1978-1989. These later cars are generally the ones people think about when it comes to 930s, with the large “tea tray” style rear spoiler, flared rear fenders, and extra wide wheels. Starting in 1985, Porsche began to offer the 930 with an optional convertible or Targa top- both of which proved to be popular- yet due to their high price when new, are rather uncommon.

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Year of construction: 1988
Model: 911 Turbo 3.3
VIN: WP0ZZZ93ZJS020182
Body: Cabriolet
Series: 930
Mileage: 129787 km
Power: 300 HP
Cylinder capacity: 3,3 Liter
Steering: left
Transmission: Manual
Drive: Rear drive
Fuel: Gasoline
License documents (Click to open): wp0zzz93zjs020182-avd.pdf
Interior color: Black
Interior material: Leather
Exterior color: Black
New / used: Used car
Ready to drive: yes
Car location: ITItaly

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