"Grand Prix White" is the name of the exterior paint finish of the 930 Slantnose, which with the color code 908 is one of the standard paint finishes of the 1987 model year. The bodywork and paintwork are in excellent condition: there are no traces of scratches or damage on the exterior of the Porsche, and there are even small stone chips. The car shows excellent care, so that rust on the vehicle body is not an issue. The black plastic parts including the seals are also flawless, and the Targa roof also presents itself optically and technically without any defects. As a US import vehicle, the 930 has different body specifications, which can be recognized by the bumpers and the third brake light.
The forged alloy wheels measuring 7Jx16 at the front and 9Jx16 at the rear are also painted in the body color "Grand Prix White", which is part of the car's special equipment. The rims and paintwork are also in a very neat condition, so that there are no defects or damage. The seller certifies that the 205/50 R16 or 245/45 VR16 tires are in good condition. Thanks to regular maintenance, the brakes of the 930 are also in good condition, and there are no defects in these areas. In addition to the factory slantnose conversion, the body of the 930 is in its original, unmodified condition. The car is in accident-free condition.
The interior of the Porsche is in the color "Crimson Red". The first-class impression of the car continues here too: the lavish leather interior is in excellent condition on the door panels and jump seats, and there are even no signs of wear and tear on the driver's and front passenger's seats. The installed radio unit is the original Blaupunkt "Reno" cassette radio with which the Porsche was delivered 35 years ago. The vehicle's special equipment includes a folding roof, electric windows and air conditioning.
Behind the steering wheel is the instrument panel in the classic 911 style, including round instruments with a rev counter in the middle. As a US model, the speed is shown in miles per hour, but the additional display means it can also be read in km/h. The six-digit speedometer shows a total mileage of 27,285 miles, which corresponds to almost 44,000 km. The mileage can be traced back to the history and the enclosed documents. According to the information, the instruments work without restrictions.
At the rear of the Porsche is the air-cooled 3.3-liter 6-cylinder boxer engine with turbocharger. The engine with the code 930/68 was installed in all US turbo models and produces a maximum power of 282 hp. It is shifted manually via the four-speed manual transmission. The Porsche received its last service in February 2022. There are also no defects in the area of technology and engine, so that no repairs are currently due for the 930. The seller describes the condition of the underbody as good.