Vehicle History & Overview
According to the included accident-free Carfax report, this 1987 911 Turbo spent time in California and Nevada before moving to Florida in 2018. The seller acquired the vehicle in April 2021, and has since added approximately five of the total 16,242 miles shown. According the seller, the vehicle is highly original and carries a numbers-matching engine and transmission. In addition, the seller states that the only modifications present are a Kenwood stereo and aftermarket speakers.
The 911 Turbo was initially launched in 1975 featuring its signature “whale-tail” rear spoiler, wider bodywork with matching Fuchs alloy wheels, and a turbocharged version of Porsche’s flat-six engine. In 1978 engine displacement increased to 3.3L and an intercooler was added. After a five-year hiatus the 911 Turbo returned to US shores in 1986, developing 282 horsepower while meeting US emissions standards. Car And Driver magazine achieved a 0 – 60 time of 4.6 seconds in its 1986 test, which is still quick today.
Turbo-specific bodywork, front spoiler, and “whale-tail” rear spoiler
Turbo-specific suspension and braking systems
Power adjustable seats
Power windows/mirrors/door locks
Per the seller, modifications are limited a Kenwood stereo head-unit and aftermarket speakers, as highlighted in the photo gallery below.
Servicing & Documentation
The accident-free Carfax report shows a number service records between 1992 and 2021. The report can be viewed via a link at the top of the Vehicle Information section above.
Per the seller, the following imperfections are present, as highlighted in the photo gallery below:
Pitting/discoloration on the wheels
Pitting/discoloration on the rear exterior “turbo” emblem
Discoloration on driver seat lower cushion