In 1963, Porsche introduced the successor to the 356. At the time, it was still called the 901, but this was soon changed to 911. It was to become the most iconic sports car in history.
Over the years, several generations were produced. The first series came with a 2.0L, 6-cylinder engine, producing 130 hp. Soon this was increased to 2.2L, culminating in a 2.4L with an output of 190 hp in the S model.
The second generation – which connoisseurs call the ‘G series’ – was available from 1974 and equipped with a 2.7L engine.
That same year, Porsche also introduced the world’s first turbocharged series sports car. The 911 Turbo was born. The 3.0L, 6-cylinder engine had an output of 260 hp. This would subsequently be increased to 3,300 cc and 300 hp.
In 1982, a convertible was introduced alongside the existing coupé and Targa line.
This 930 spent its early years in Germany, putting 21,000 kilometres on the odometer. In the early Nineties, the car was sold to an Italian, where it would remain until 2004 (just over 48,000 km).
Since then, the Turbo has resided in Sweden, where it was only sporadically used (until it changed hands at 60,600 km).
This splendid convertible now has a mileage of 61,200 km. Naturally, this Porsche comes with all the documents to guarantee this low mileage. A filled-out service booklet, history, vehicle inspection documents, invoices, tools… which all only make this classic even more interesting.
The vehicle will undergo a major servicing in our own workshop prior to the sale.
A fantastic pure hardcore sports car from the iconic eighties, in the extremely rare convertible variant. A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for real connoisseurs/collectors!
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