Among the rarest of production Porsche 930s were the hand-built 505-option slant noses, or Flachbau in German. The special build-order program Porsche body package was modeled after the legendary fire-breathing twin-turbocharged 935 full race monsters and brought considerable changes over a standard 930. The altered nose was just part of an overall group of aerodynamic upgrades designed to help the race-inspired Porsche slice through the air to achieve greater top speed. The slant-nose option included flip-up headlights, fender louvers, extended rocker panels, and wider flares on the vented rear fenders. This 1988 911 slant-nose cabriolet is powered by a 3.3-liter turbocharged version of the air-cooled Porsche horizontally opposed 6-cylinder engine. The 4-speed manual transmission works with option-220 limited-slip differential for maximum traction and power delivery. Under the option-439 power-operated black convertible top or open to the big sky is the original black leather interior, which features option-513 lumbar support power-adjustable seats along with power locks and windows. Factory air conditioning and a Pioneer compact disc sound system upgrade add comfort and entertainment.
The original Grand Prix White paint follows from the body onto the Fuchs 5-spoke wheels with polished lips. The suspension was slightly lowered to European-specification ride height. A collection of documentation includes factory books and manuals as well as a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity. An air compressor, tool kit, and car cover round out the accessories. And if this iconic 80s slant nose looks familiar it probably is. The Porsche 930 was driven into cinematic permanence by Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne The Rock Johnson in the 2013 Michael Bay movie Pain and Gain. In the real world the slant nose has had only two owners and traveled 58,473 miles.
Driven by Mark Wahlburg and Dwayne The Rock Johnson in the 2013 Michael Bay movie Pain and Gain
Factory 505 Slant Nose option
Turbocharged 3.3L air-cooled engine
Original Grand Prix White paint
Original Black leather interior
Two owners and 58,473 miles since new
Rare options include 220 limited slip differential, 513 lumbar support, 439 power top
Upgraded Pioneer CD player
Power windows, locks and seats
Grand Prix White Fuchs wheels with polished lips
Slightly lowered to European ride height
Porsche Certificate of Authenticity
Factory books, manuals, air compressor, tool kit and car cover